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I Just Wanted to be a Fashion Designer by Maisha Davis
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Spoon and the Moon by Wickedly Sisters
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Season of the Witch by Natasha Mostert
Season of the Witch
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read in March, 2015
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It's a fair enough romp, this, if one can bear the unlikeable hero (humourless, arrogant and stupid), and the illogic of various bits. For instance, the hero is supposedly a computer hacker, but doesn't manage to do the simple Google search that woul ...more
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Wildfire at Midnight by Mary Stewart
Wildfire at Midnight
by Mary Stewart
read in March, 2015
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Stewart's prose is so exquisite that I could probably enjoy a 1000-page treatise on dung if she wrote it. This is much better than that, though, being a murder mystery set on the Isle of Skye. Atmospheric, exciting and more than a little fun, if ulti ...more
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The Class of '65 by Jim Auchmutey
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The class of '65 is an extremely good book - it's also an important one. I'd like to see it on school syllabuses, discussed in forums and made into the sort of movie that garners a hatful of Oscars.
I don't read a lot of nonfiction. So often the genre
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Neither Here Nor There by Miriam Drori
Neither Here Nor There
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This is a sweet and unusual book in which a conventional romance storyline is played out in an exotic (and for me educational) setting. Esty has left the orthodox haredi community in Jerusalem, and tries to build a secular life for herself. the conse ...more
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Dazzling Wobble by Judyth Hill
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Lust & Other Stories by Susan Minot
Lust & Other Stories
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Susan Minot's prose is a dream, and reminiscent of Miranda July's. The stories paint bleak pictures of the lives of women and the men who make them suffer, but the prose is so good that it almost doesn't matter.
I say almost - because the protagonists
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Cinema Lumiere by Hattie Holden Edmonds
Cinema Lumiere
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read in December, 2014
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I love this book so much that I want to marry it and have its babies....and I don't even like Truffaut. I prefer narrative to Nouvelle Vague, though we do like a few directors in common - Wim Wenders, Abel Gance and so on.
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