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Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
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Watchmen by Alan Moore
Watchmen
by Alan Moore
read in April, 2009
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I finished reading Watchmen during a pretty sad time in my life, and the final message of the book didn't do much to enhance my mood. But I can't help but appreciate the feeling of experiencing a work of such bleakness while going through my own depr...more
A Maggot by John Fowles
A Maggot
by John Fowles
read in March, 2009
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An interesting book of historical fiction, written almost entirely in the form of Question/Answer; A 17th century lawyer, Henry Ayscough, interrogates various parties in an effort to discover the whereabouts of a missing son of an important and never...more
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Season of Migration to the North by Tayeb Salih
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Rabbit, Run by John Updike
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The Old Gods Laugh by Frank Yerby
The Old Gods Laugh
by Frank Yerby
recommended for: misogynists
read in February, 2009
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I bought this book randomly for fifty cents at a thrift store, and then did some searching on the author online.

Apparently, Frank Yerby was the first african-american writer to have a novel adapted into a screenplay, as well as having a bestselling n...more
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Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World by Haruki Murakami
Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World
by Haruki Murakami
recommended for: those who feel that truth is more interesting than fiction.
read in January, 2009
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The most impressive aspect of this book is how Murakami wrote it in such a way that the wild and disparate characters and circumstances described on the back cover don't overwhelm the narrative. All of the bizarre and chaotic elements had a generally...more
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