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1Q84 by Haruki Murakami
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Finally finished this hefty bastard- all 928 pages.
It’s classic Murakami storytelling, with some well-paved paths and some dead ends. There are some slower parts, but the characters have a great deal of depth, and the narrative has the “what happens
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Finally finished this hefty bastard- all 928 pages.
It’s classic Murakami storytelling, with some well-paved paths and some dead ends. There are some slower parts, but the characters have a great deal of depth, and the narrative has the “what happens
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They Call Me Supermensch by Shep Gordon
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You'll love this collection of anecdotes and gossip, if you grew up in the 70s or 80s and idolized the real talent from back then. This is also an inspiring narrative of someone who never stops re-creating his life.
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