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Virginia Woolf, Julia Briggs
William H. Gass
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Thomas Pynchon
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Herbert W. Schneider
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Brent Weeks
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Wayne Franklin, Robert S. Levine, Nina Baym
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Aleksandar B. Nedeljković, Zoran Živković
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David Gary Shaw, Philip Pomper
June 2017
27
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This book is not for me. The author jumps around in time and the very short chapters plus the disjointed narration keep me fr...
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I really enjoyed this. What an adventure.So much fun.
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June 2017
23
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Ellen Kellaway, orphaned at age five, was raised by wealthy cousins, but was never allowed to forget that her every advantage...
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It's a parody of space opera romps, and there were a couple funny moments, but really nothing that made me think this was tha...
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I liken this book to roller coaster of the worst kind. One where it takes literal hours to slowly, slowly, inch up to the top...
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Murder at the Brightwell is the first book in the Amory Ames series and I really enjoyed this novel. I enjoyed it so much tha...
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The Tempest is one of my favorite works by Billy Shakes. For that reason, I thought I'd love this. This is my first Atwood bo...
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Series: Amelia Peabody #1 I didn’t like the tone this book started off with, and I found Amelia really annoying, at least a...
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Series: The Once and Future King #1-5 Narrated by Neville Jackson This was supposed to represent a collection of five boo...
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Starting point: Mystery 17 Brings me to: And my book pick is: A non-scary ghost story.
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I have heard good things about the story of Alexander Fullers childhood in Rhodesia in the 70s, so I´m happy to dig into this...
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I'm a huge fan of Ilona Andrews' writing (or, at least, her Kate Daniels series) so I was inclined to like this to start with...
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Not every child who falls down a rabbit hole finds Wonderland... Some find something way weirder or scarier, while others f...
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I enjoyed this book a great deal. No matter where we live, there are wonders that we walk past every day. Unseen City widens...

Currently reading

Do You Feel It Too?: The Post-Postmodern Syndrome in American Fiction at the Turn of the Millennium
Nicoline Timmer
Progress: 150/390 pages
Night and Day
Virginia Woolf, Julia Briggs
Progress: 22/496 pages
The Tunnel
William H. Gass
The Crying Of Lot 49
Thomas Pynchon
Progress: 50/128 pages
A History Of American Philosophy
Herbert W. Schneider
Progress: 220/590 pages
Shadow's Edge
Brent Weeks
Progress: 225/636 pages
The Norton Anthology of American Literature (Shorter Eighth Edition) (Vol. One-Volume)
Wayne Franklin, Robert S. Levine, Nina Baym
Progress: 150/992 pages
The Writer / The Book / The Reader
Aleksandar B. Nedeljković, Zoran Živković
Progress: 100/257 pages
The Return of Science: Evolution, History, and Theory
David Gary Shaw, Philip Pomper
Progress: 100/320 pages
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