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Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer
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May 21, 12

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Read from April 18 to May 21, 2012

This book.. Ah.. This book..

Yes, I have to say that I started to read this book when I decided to see the movie. This is now one of my all time favorite books in the world. The movie made me think so much and I love when movies can keep me interested even when it's over so I figured that the book would do much much more.

It did.

This book was pretty much.. BEAUTIFUL.

I was surprised I finished it because there is no romance or anything like that. Usually I don't go for books when there isn't any lovey-doveyness. Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close jumos a lot back and forth in time and there are several different stories going on at once. The text can get a little tedious but the way the book is written, it makes things interesting.

Foer is an amazing writer and I am definitely reading more by him.
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