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Best Books of 2017 - Results
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What Books Are You Reading This Week? January 15, 2018
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Stephen King aims to help bookstore owner who lost collection in flood
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Mike D Says Beastie Boys Memoir Is Coming Out This Year
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“Fire and Fury” Is on Track to Beat “The Art of the Deal,” Trump’s Own Bestseller
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For anyone having trouble focusing while reading
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Cover reveal for Stephen King's Upcoming novel, "The Outsider"
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Do you take time after a book or dive into another?
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Peter Mayle, author of A Year in Provence, dies aged 78
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I've just finished reading Tolstoy's ' 'The Death of Ivan Illyich' and these are my thoughts.
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What qualifies as a "book"/"novel"
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Do you think that certain books , genres hold more value than others?
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Just how bad is your TBR (to-be-read) pile?
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Well bloody hell! We did it. A 12 month reading quest to rediscover our love for reading.
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Help with reading Faulkner!
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John Barton, co-founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company, dead at 89
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Whats your opinion on making notes or underlining in your books?
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[Opinion] Brave New World + Revisited
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Just finished reading "Life With Billy" and would really like to discuss it if anyone has read it?
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What was your experience with Walden by Henry David Thoreau?
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What percentage of the books you read are written by women/men?
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Exactly what gets a book banned from prisons, in one US state’s spreadsheet
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The Catcher in the Rye
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What is in your head while you are reading? Images? Someone narrating? Ideas? Feelings?
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Lady Windermere’s Fan, or is it Wilde’s?
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Which authors do you consider underrated and what are the best works you read from them?
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JoyceImages - Ulysses illustrated using postcards, photos, and other documents contemporary with the events of the novel.
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Why was Danglars' letter to the Crown Prosecutor incriminating in the Count of Monte Cristo?
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Old Russian scientific and religious books are now in my possession...
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the winter brings out the reader in me again
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best new science books released this winter
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This might be a stupid question but how are you guys able to read while commuting?
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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Making a memory that will last forever.
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An interesting insider’s perspective on ‘the blurb’
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Thoughts on novellas in comparison to novels.
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I'm reading The Natural for class, and something has been bugging the hell out of me. [SPOILERS]
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5 things to know about Murakami's Killing Commendatore
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Original Stephen King Manuscripts Destroyed After Water Main Breaks in Downtown Bangor
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Lupita Nyong’o to Publish a Children’s Book.
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Required Reading
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What books changed you?
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The Literature of Bad Sex
92 SplendidTit There's not a single author that absolutely everyone would agree is good.
53 GodOfDucks Roald Dahl ?
19 _Vitriol I write fortunes for Chinese cookies. All these numbers are good: 12, 43, 95, 8 I think we all can agree.
26 afyvarra I nominate Tolkien!
16 DrSuess_TheDuece John Steinbeck
15 the_ragamuffin Shakespeare is probably the closest you'll get.
7 LieutenantKije I say Bill Bryson
19 wjbc It would have to be a literary author that nevertheless is accessible to people not into literary authors. I say that not because I'm a literary snob, but because literary snobs exist and would not agree on genre authors. Steinbeck is a good choice. My pick would be Leo Tolstoy.
5 _shadowplay_ Dostoevsky? Hugo?
10 Ohhaimarksiwel Kurt Vonnegut . Even if it’s only for Slaughterhouse Five I’ll accept that . I personally love his other books but I think one really good book can put you in the list
5 lastrada2 Proust
5 Hippaforalkus4strat Chuck Tingle?
5 Saint_Nox Margaret Atwood. I don't expect everyone to like her style but I think she's an objectively good writer.
9 Ziggyjunior I can't imagine anyone would dislike Mark Twain.
30 dustmouse I think we can all agree that Dan Brown is a great author. It's really his incredible writing style. I get so lost in his prose and imagery that I almost forget that I'm reading a nuanced and subtle story, simmering and rising gently to a rolling and profound boil.
14 rovillar93 Ernest Hemingway?
4 XiQ Astrid Lindgren
7 SJamesBysouth Ursula Le Guin gets my nomination
13 Neutron_John Cormac McCarthy
3 cru-cio Tana French? Donna Tartt? Celeste Ng? Ann Patchett? Nathan Hill? Vikram Seth? Edit: ooh and I love Georgette Heyer's regency novels too.
95 0 SplendidTit There's not a single author that absolutely everyone would agree is good.
48 0 GodOfDucks Roald Dahl ?
19 0 _Vitriol I write fortunes for Chinese cookies. All these numbers are good: 12, 43, 95, 8 I think we all can agree.
26 0 afyvarra I nominate Tolkien!
16 0 DrSuess_TheDuece John Steinbeck
14 0 the_ragamuffin Shakespeare is probably the closest you'll get.
8 0 LieutenantKije I say Bill Bryson
20 0 wjbc It would have to be a literary author that nevertheless is accessible to people not into literary authors. I say that not because I'm a literary snob, but because literary snobs exist and would not agree on genre authors. Steinbeck is a good choice. My pick would be Leo Tolstoy.
5 0 _shadowplay_ Dostoevsky? Hugo?
10 0 Ohhaimarksiwel Kurt Vonnegut . Even if it’s only for Slaughterhouse Five I’ll accept that . I personally love his other books but I think one really good book can put you in the list
6 0 lastrada2 Proust
5 0 Hippaforalkus4strat Chuck Tingle?
6 0 Saint_Nox Margaret Atwood. I don't expect everyone to like her style but I think she's an objectively good writer.
10 0 Ziggyjunior I can't imagine anyone would dislike Mark Twain.
28 0 dustmouse I think we can all agree that Dan Brown is a great author. It's really his incredible writing style. I get so lost in his prose and imagery that I almost forget that I'm reading a nuanced and subtle story, simmering and rising gently to a rolling and profound boil.
13 0 rovillar93 Ernest Hemingway?
4 0 XiQ Astrid Lindgren
5 0 SJamesBysouth Ursula Le Guin gets my nomination
12 0 Neutron_John Cormac McCarthy
3 0 cru-cio Tana French? Donna Tartt? Celeste Ng? Ann Patchett? Nathan Hill? Vikram Seth? Edit: ooh and I love Georgette Heyer's regency novels too.