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The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver
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The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman
The Light Between Oceans
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The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion
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And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini
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John Irving
“When (The World According To) Garp was published, people who’d lost children wrote to me. ‘’I lost one, too,’’ they told me. I confessed to them that I hadn’t lost any children. I’m just a father with a good imagination. In my imagination, I lose my children every day. (afterword)”
John Irving, The World According to Garp

Jonathan Franzen
“Life, in her experience, had a kind of velvet luster. You looked at yourself from one perspective and all you saw was weirdness. Move your head a little bit, though, and everything looked reasonably normal.”
Jonathan Franzen, The Corrections

Tom Rachman
“You know, there's that silly saying 'We're born alone and we die alone' -it's nonsense. We're surrounded at birth and surrounded at death. It is in between that we're alone.”
Tom Rachman, The Imperfectionists

Jonathan Franzen
“As she left her parents' neighborhood, the houses got newer and bigger and boxier. Through windows with no mullions or fake plastic mullions she could see luminous screens, some giant, some miniature. Evidently every hour of the year, including this one, was a good hour for staring at a screen.”
Jonathan Franzen, The Corrections

Edgar Degas
“I want to be famous but unknown!”
Edgar Degas

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