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One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez
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Nov 19, 10

bookshelves: 2010, classics, fiction, library, literature
Recommended to Jerry by: Diana Ruiz
Read from October 01 to November 13, 2010

I kinda got a more epic and slightly more serious version of a Latin-tinged "Catch-22" vibe while reading this, hence the five stars. This book also holds the distinction of being the first library book that I've ever had to pay late fee for. It's not that I speed read--I do read pretty fast but I only read when... you know--or am OCD about returning them on time. I just used to never go to the library. Ever. But that was then. Now I go so often that the crazy homeless guy who bathes him self in the restroom recognizes me. And I know what you're thinking. No, I don't know if he reads when he's on the can.

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