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The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
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The Goldfinch
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Gavin Extence
“When I read these books, I no longer felt like I was confined to a very tiny world. I no longer felt housebound and bedbound. Really, I told myself, I was just brainbound. And this was not such a sorry state of affairs. My brain, with a little help from other people's brains, could take me to some pretty interesting places, and create all kinds of wonderful things. Despite its faults, my brain, I decided, was not the worst place in the world to be.”
Gavin Extence, The Universe Versus Alex Woods

Stephen King
“It’s easy—too easy—to either disbelieve or disregard someone you dislike.”
Stephen King, Mr. Mercedes

Marisha Pessl
“It’s easy to be yourself in the dark.”
Marisha Pessl, Night Film

Robert McCammon
“I had always wondered what Reverend Lovoy meant when he talked about "grace." I understood it now. It was being able to give up something that it broke your heart to lose, and be happy about it.”
Robert McCammon, Boy's Life

John Boyne
“Do you see the irony at all, Tristan?’
I stare at him and shake my head. He seems determined not to speak again until I do. ‘What irony?’ I ask eventually, the words tumbling out in a hurried heap. ‘That I am to be shot as a coward while you get to live as one.”
John Boyne, The Absolutist

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2013 Reading Challenge
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Kimberly has completed her goal of reading 40 books for the 2013 Reading Challenge!
 
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