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Life of Pi by Yann Martel
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Piscine “Pi” Patel, the Indian son of a zoo-keeper, recounts a memoir that amounts to much more than floating across the Pacific with only a lifeboat and a cantankerous Bengal tiger. Drifting through the Life of Pi is a meditative, theological experi ...more
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The Red House by Mark Haddon
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Two estranged, dysfunctional families reunite for a week long sojourn to a rented Red House in England’s rainy countryside. The consciousness of the story flits between the eight characters in a narrative that is sparsely populated with insightful ob ...more
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The Psychopath Test by Jon Ronson
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Stimulated by the systematic delivery to academics of a cryptic book, Jon Ronson investigates the business of madness. Encountering belligerent scientologists, psychopaths and disgraced and acclaimed psychologists alike, Ronson finds himself empowere ...more
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Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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Sulky drop-out Raskolnikov commits the harrowing murder of an elderly shopkeeper. Ostensibly to spare his virtuous sister the obligation to marry for money, Raskolnikov’s motives are grounded in ego and ennui. Dostoevsky's tale is spun via the constr ...more
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Ég man þig by Yrsa Sigurðardóttir
"The rising sense of dread was unrelenting. The situation of the three people in the old house was particularly unleavened by any hope that things would improve. While not usually a fan of supernatural themes, I really enjoyed (if that's the right..." Read more of this review »
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