Forgotten childhood books

Mary Ann Dimand amaebi at iwon.com
Wed Jun 21 20:00:13 EDT 2000


On Tue, 20 Jun 2000, Britta Koch wrote:

> if there's no
> one to feed you dwj when you're 10 or 11, I think you just don't get as
> addicted

I'm like Irina-- but even more so. :) The only DWJ out when I was 10 or 11
was _Changeover_, which I have failed to read as an adult and wouldn't have
found at all easy then. I first and second read DWJ when I was 24, and was
addicted forever more with the second (Charmed Life).

Since then I've been attempting to initiate a niece and nephew, and
successfully infected my wise and lovely young husband. :)

I was a complete failure with my friend Jenn, however. She was Outraged by
Archer's Goon. She felt that the mystery was "Who is Archer?" or "What does
Archer want?", and felt betrayed by the author when, as she put it, the
mystery became "Who is Venturus?"

Mary Ann

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