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True Believers by Kurt Andersen
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May 17, 12

bookshelves: first-reads
Read from April 28 to May 17, 2012 — I own a copy, read count: 1

This was a pretty good book. I liked the fact that there were references to current events and people/politicians even though it's set a little into the future. This one did take me a little longer than usual to read, possibly because I wasn't as into it as my usual books. I think the fact that a man wrote the book as a fictional memoir from a woman's life kinda threw me when I first started it, and that might be why. Overall though I found it to be a very believable story from the late 1960's and had I not known the author was a man, it definitely could have passed as an actual non fiction memoir. (Completely believable story telling) Thanks Goodreads First Reads program for the opportunity to preview this book for free before it went on sale!!

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