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ABOUT THIS SITEYou might find an idea for your next read here. Originally I started this site because I wanted to process what I read instead of zipping from book to book without thinking about what I was reading: reading as a consumption. Read more
Bridge of Sighs by Richard Russo
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Category Archives: fiction
Teddy Wayne, you sure do know how to master creepy. Is Loner a gothic, this novel about a lonely Harvard boy from New Jersey who becomes obsessed with an immeasurably more sophisticated fellow student? Which descends into a tale of stalking … Continue reading
The take from a recent book sale at the Park Slope branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. Maybe I’ve read the Jhumpa Lahiri or parts of it already. Been known to happen. After having a love-hate relationship with Augusten Burroughs’ books (“This is … Continue reading
One of these novels is narrated by a woman in a coma; the other, an unborn baby, child of warring parents. Meet “romance” and “anti-romance”. “Nutshell” is McEwan’s 16th book and “Je Suis La” is Avit’s first book, so it’s unsurprising … Continue reading