Your Parents' Books

Name a few books (if any) you can remember being on your parents' shelves when you were a little kid, along with any key sentences you recall from when you "read" them.

1) The Immigrants by Howard Fast
"You have deflowered me, Daniel Lavette."

2) Cujo by Stephen King
"It was matting her blue sailor dress, blood, oh dear God dear Jesus Joseph and Mary so much blood"

3) Trinity by Leon Uris
[never opened it, but my brother was almost named "Conor"]

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Lonely Glasses

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