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What the Hell Did I Just Read by David  Wong
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The Cornish Trilogy by Robertson Davies
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54 by Wu  Ming
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Blood Meridian, or the Evening Redness in the West by Cormac McCarthy
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Darkness at Noon by Arthur Koestler
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William Gibson
“Bugis Street, once famous for its transvestite prostitutes - the sort of place where one could have imagined Noel Coward, ripped on opium, cocaine and the local tailoring, just off his rickshaw for a night of high buggery - had, when it proved difficult to suppress, a subway station dropped on top of it.”
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“If you knew enough Greek, she thought, you could assemble a word that meant divination via the pattern of grease left on a paper plate by broasted potatoes. But it would be a long word.”
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“Secrets...are the very root of cool.”
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“A nation,” he heard himself say, “consists of its laws. A nation does not consist of its situation at a given time. If an individual’s morals are situational, that individual is without morals. If a nation’s laws are situational, that nation has no laws, and soon isn’t a nation.”
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“the windows of army surplus stores constituted hymns to male powerlessness.”
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