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2666, Part 2 by Roberto Bolaño
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Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
Infinite Jest
by David Foster Wallace
read in January, 2014
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It was amazing! One of my favourite books of all time.
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Green Grass, Running Water by Thomas King
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Moneyball by Michael Lewis
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The Fortress of Solitude by Jonathan Lethem
The Fortress of Solitude
by Jonathan Lethem
read in January, 2008
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i finally finished this!!

i liked the subject matter: coming of age, brooklyn/new york, race, music (soul, punk etc), comic books...

the beginning was a little slow, but the middle is great, when the main character dylan is a teenager/college student.
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Satchel Paige by James Sturm
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Consider the Lobster and Other Essays by David Foster Wallace
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i have been a little skeptical about david foster wallace...people used torave about 'infinite jest' and i just didn't believe that a book with 10 page long footnotes could be good. but, i've been turned around, at least for his non-fiction. 'conside ...more
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The Golem's Mighty Swing by James Sturm
The Golem's Mighty Swing
by James Sturm
read in April, 2008
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a graphic novel about baseball about a jewish baseball team in the 1920s confronting anti-semitism.

it's terrific. and can be read in an hour!
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The Shock Doctrine by Naomi Klein
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Catch-22 by Joseph Heller
Catch-22
by Joseph Heller
read in January, 2008
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i started to read it because it's considered a classic and because jonathan franzen described it as the last socially important work of fiction. i don't know.

the book really focuses on the ridiculousness and hence brutality of the army bureaucracy.
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