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De Gastspeler by Starik
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Erg fijn boek, geen verhaal, wel een paar verhalen en een hele hoop observaties.

De hoofdpersoon voelt als een gastspeler in het leven, maar hij ziet wel veel, en hoe de echte meneer F. dit verwerkte tot een boek is mooi. Ik heb een paar keer hardop
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The City Always Wins by Omar Robert Hamilton
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As another reviewer said "Sometimes you appreciate a novel more than you enjoy reading it"

This is a book that feels as if if had to be written, and it should be read.

It helps if you remember a bit about the events that are covered, but what it does
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The City Always Wins by Omar Robert Hamilton
"Sometimes you appreciate a novel more than you enjoy reading it. The City Always Wins is important and well written, but it didn't always work for me. I'm still giving it 4 stars for its strengths. The novel takes place over a few years in the ver..." Read more of this review »
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Nazi Literature in the Americas by Roberto Bolaño
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There is no plot, only short biographies that sometimes read like stories. However, it is meaningful, funny and harrowing at the same time.
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