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The /r/books book club selection for April is The Boy on the Bridge by M.R. Carey
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Simple Questions: April 21, 2018
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Not too long ago, I finished Dreams From my Father by Barack Obama. I found it to be an incredibly powerful, humanizing portrait of our 44th president
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The Dispossessed by Ursula K. Le Guin
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I'm Catherynne Valente, NYT and USA Today Bestselling Author of Space Opera, the Fairyland books, The Refrigerator Monologues, and more! AMA!
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Keeping books in a windowsill?
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I just finished reading The Girl On The Train
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A curious incident of the dog in the night time
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The 100 best one-star Amazon Reviews of The Great Gatsby
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Just read a Higher Loyalty, by former FBI director James Comey.
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For those of you who have read The Neapolitan Novels, how true are they to women's friendships?
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The meanest things Vladimir Nabokov said about other writers
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[Pride and Prejudice] The pastor at Barbara Bush’s funeral just compared her to Caroline Bingley
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'Beyond the Beats': Rock's greatest drummers share their craft in book
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Which classic is being described by this 1 star review?
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I read Factfullness by Hans Rosling and it's like an antidote to the "always bad news all the time" epidemic
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Voice in head while reading
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After 3 decades... science fiction...
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Amazing book series you should all read! John Marsden - Tomorrow, when the war began.
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"America’s 100 most-loved novels" as chosen in a Survey from PBS for their "The Great American Read" Series
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My thoughts on The Catcher in the Rye
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Dan Brown's Inferno movie adaptation? (SPOILERS)
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What are some less obvious books that would make great movies, and why?
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Los Angeles Times book prizes awarded to literary veterans, emerging authors
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Inferno by Dan Brown
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The illusion of time. Andrew Jaffe probes Carlo Rovelli’s study arguing that physics deconstructs our sense of time.
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What books have you read just because you've seen it and thought "what the hell"? Were they any good?
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Just read Rosemary's Baby while pregnant with my son
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What was the last book you rage-quit?
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How Flap Illustrations Helped Reveal the Body’s Inner Secrets: Sixteenth century scholars peeled away anatomical ignorance one layer at a time.
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This Adorable Book Store In Toronto Has A Vending Machine That Gives Out Rare Books
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Library of America Editions
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The Vonnegut Universe
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The Overstory by Richard Powers seems to be another overlooked book by a massively underrated writer.
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What book have you (re)read as an adult that makes you think, "This is a kids' book!?"
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Sympathy for the Devil
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How do you "visualize" books that are more literary and focus on style/prose/thematic depth?
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Kevin Kwan, author of Crazy Rich Asians, was named one of Time Magazine's Top 100 Influential People of 2018!
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The Sublime Cluelessness of Throwing Lavish Great Gatsby Parties- The article I revisit whenever someone brings up the Great Gatsby
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Fierce Kingdom - phew
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Swedish Academy, which picks the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, acknowledged on Friday that names of some previous prize winners had been leaked in advance and it pledged to redraw the ancient rules governing how it functions.
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Where do I buy Chinese books in the US
6 Almostahotguy If someone wanted to read Dickens, Which of his works you would suggest? Any short stories you liked in particular?
3 BaldAeschylus Dickens novels contain everything: humour, parody, the rich, the poor, urbanisation, social critique, a range of genres, religion... He isn’t my favourite author, but his plots are dynamic, and the narrator constantly jumps into different scenes. Things happen, which is why his novels translate incredibly well into film.
2 imtootirednow Gosh, that is profoundly relevant. I've only read Tale of Two Cities before, but I'm thinking that Dickens may be an author with whom I need to be more familiar. Thanks for sharing!
7 0 Almostahotguy If someone wanted to read Dickens, Which of his works you would suggest? Any short stories you liked in particular?
3 0 BaldAeschylus Dickens novels contain everything: humour, parody, the rich, the poor, urbanisation, social critique, a range of genres, religion... He isn’t my favourite author, but his plots are dynamic, and the narrator constantly jumps into different scenes. Things happen, which is why his novels translate incredibly well into film.
2 0 imtootirednow Gosh, that is profoundly relevant. I've only read Tale of Two Cities before, but I'm thinking that Dickens may be an author with whom I need to be more familiar. Thanks for sharing!