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Book reviews and thoughts on literature

Month: September 2016

One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

It seems a little ridiculous that I should have anything to contribute in discussing this novel. I mean seriously, who even wins a Nobel prize for literature? But I will do my best to persuade you Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude is a read worthy of your modern attentions. Because it is.

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Prey by Michael Crichton

Long time no see!  I promise I  didn’t forget about you, things have been just been seriously loco lately. But I’m back with lots of reviews to share, the first of which is Prey by Michael Crichton. This one is a game changer y’all.

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Strangers on a Train, Patricia Highsmith

If you’ve never read a Patricia Highsmith novel then you need to re-prioritize your life. And if you’re looking for additional advice, you need to add Snoop Dogg on Snapchat.

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