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The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
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I Pity the Poor Immigrant by Zachary Lazar
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An altogether remarkable book. A novel for well-read literary readers who want to see the very hard to grasp mysteries of identity and spiritual dislocation rendered with amazing clarity. Profound. This book goes deep. It can stand with the work of W ...more
John Dalton voted for The Goldfinch as Best Fiction in the Opening Round of the 2013 Goodreads Choice Awards.
The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
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The Inverted Forest by John  Dalton
"Two days before the first session at the Kindermann Forest Summer Camp, the camp director fires his entire staff for participation in a lewd late-night pre-session celebration.

Enter Wyatt Huddy, genetically disfigured and trained by life to be pli..." Read more of this review »
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The Inverted Forest by John  Dalton
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The Inverted Forest is a magnificent piece of literature. It's beauty is the slow, detailed way the author takes with setting the story. The history of the camp, the beauty of the Ozarks, the life that Wyatt..." Read more of this review »
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America America by Ethan Canin
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From Away by David Carkeet
From Away: A Novel
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At the center of From Away is the novel’s richest accomplishment: the incomparable Denny Braintree. Tipping the scales at 300 plus pounds, Denny is large and in charge. He’s a selfish opportunist. He’s often horny and rude. Several of the Vermont loc ...more
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Beauties by Mary Troy
" Beauties is a real pleasure to behold. It’s written from dual first person point of views and the novel gains momentum through the gradual, chapter by ...more "
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