Stories are constantly taking me hostage. They won't let me go until the bitter end, and when they finally do, I realize that I've befriended my capturers.
I can't live without:
All I need is a peice of paper and a pancil and I'm set to live underground with the mole people if I had to. Take those two things away from me and I'm a goner.
J.K Rowling takes the cake for her outstanding imagination; J.D Salinger for the Catcher in the Rye; Jane Austin for Pride and Prejudice; Marcus Zusac wrote a masterpeice with The Book Theif; Margaret Mitchell was epic with Gone with the Wind.