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Recommend something to a bookworm!

Hi! My name is Mari, I'm 27 and I'm new to this community.
I am a real bookworm, a day without reading is not a good day for me. And I'd really love to have some good recommendations so I can add more books to my collection.
My favourite books are fantasy, classics (but I hate Dickens and Twain, I just don't like the way they write), intelligent comics... I love writers like Sylvia Plath, Charlotte Brontë, Amelie Nothomb, J.K. Rowling, J.R.R. Tolkien and even a bit of Marian Keyes every now and then.
So, any recommendations? =)
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