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“That’s a tough one. Probably Ray Bradbury. Personally, I’m not really into fiction but he always made kind of cool narratives to follow along. If not him, John Steinbeck for the same reasons.” Bruce Cooper, 22

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Thursday, Mar. 29, 2018 |

“That’s a tough one. Probably Ray Bradbury. Personally, I’m not really into fiction but he always made kind of cool narratives to follow along. If not him, John Steinbeck for the same reasons.” Bruce Cooper, 22

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“John Green. He wrote “The Fault in Our Stars.” I feel like a lot of his books are creative and I know a lot of younger generations can relate to it. He inspired young teens and young adults.” Carla Reyes, 21

Thursday, Mar. 29, 2018 |

“John Green. He wrote “The Fault in Our Stars.” I feel like a lot of his books are creative and I know a lot of younger generations can relate to it. He inspired young teens and young adults.” Carla Reyes, 21

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“C.S. Lewis. He was probably one of the best thinkers I’ve ever had the privilege of reading…He impacts Christians and non-Christians authors alike with the way he influenced writing and the way he thought.” Matt Mashburn, 18

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“C.S. Lewis. He was probably one of the best thinkers I’ve ever had the privilege of reading…He impacts Christians and non-Christians authors alike with the way he influenced writing and the way he thought.” Matt Mashburn, 18

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“Rick Riordan. I love his series, I reread the Percy Jackson series and the Gods of Olympus series and I really love how he interpreted the Greek world into a more modern setting.” - Miguel Gimenez, 18

Thursday, Mar. 29, 2018 |

“Rick Riordan. I love his series, I reread the Percy Jackson series and the Gods of Olympus series and I really love how he interpreted the Greek world into a more modern setting.” - Miguel Gimenez, 18

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