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December
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2017
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2017
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reviewed: Elizabeth Berg: Dream When You're Feeling Blue
I picked this up because I am a fan of Berg's other books, but I found this novel disappointing. It didn't add anything to my...
Dream When You're Feeling Blue - Elizabeth Berg
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2017
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2016
23
reviewed: Anne Tyler: The Amateur Marriage
I usually love Anne Tyler's novels, but this one left me lukewarm. Although it is, like her other novels, thoughtful and well...
The Amateur Marriage - Anne Tyler
2016
22
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2016
21
reviewed: Peter Rock: My Abandonment
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I especially liked the tone of the narrator, Caroline. She is straightforward and guileless, ...
My Abandonment - Peter Rock
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2016
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2016
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reviewed: Helen Mcdonald: H Is of Hawk
I had high expectations for this one, and it was amazing. The contrasts that Macdonald manages to hold in balance! Grief and ...
H Is for Hawk - Helen Macdonald
2016
16
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2016
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liked:
Even though Gannon's writing style is 130% not to my taste, I keep reading these books because they keep getting nominated fo...
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2016
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2016
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reviewed: Barbara Ehrenreich: Living with a Wild God
WHOAH what did I just read? Ehrenreich experiences several dissociative episodes as a teenager, and concludes that maybe some...
Living with a Wild God: A Nonbeliever's Search for the Truth about Everything - Barbara Ehrenreich
2016
24
reviewed: Paula Byrne: Perdita
Mary Robinson made some fascinating life choices, which are here outlined in painstakingly accurate detail. Sadly, the reader...
Perdita: The Life of Mary Robinson - Paula Byrne
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2016
23
reviewed: Stephen Batchelor: Confession of a Buddhist Atheist
I picked this book up expecting it to be lecturey, but I was surprised to find it an engaging and delightful read. I read it ...
Confession of a Buddhist Atheist - Stephen Batchelor