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Vampires in the Lemon Grove by Karen Russell
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Perfect Vehicle by Melissa Holbrook Pierson
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Facets of a woman's life as reflected in her connection to a motorcycle and the act of riding one. Melissa Holbrook Pierson is not a biker; she's a young woman who becomes intoxicated by the idea of her motorcycle, even as the reality of its obscure...more
The Bad Girl by Mario Vargas Llosa
The Bad Girl
by Mario Vargas Llosa
read in February, 2012
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An ordinary man's life-long erotic intoxication with a woman whom he first met when they were teenagers and she pretended to be something she was not.

Across time, she changes her name, accent, origin, husbands but continues to see him in an ambivale...more
Swamplandia! by Karen Russell
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read in January, 2012
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Fantastic; far and away should have won this years' Pulitzer prize. A lush, surrealistic Flannery O'Connor-like story of a Florida family who reinvent themselves as alligator-wrestling Indians, creating a theme park in Florida's Everglades. They are...more
John Lennon by Philip Norman
John Lennon: The Life
by Philip Norman
read in January, 2009
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Interesting history of John's parent and grandparents and a rather sordid account of the Beatles' yesr in Germany but in general, the book lacks much psychological underpinning to either John or his relatives. A potential bombshell; that Lennon may h...more
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