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2010-04-19 07:26
A long and sometimes seemingly endless family epic, Middlesex is actually a very enjoyable novel. If you ever have doubts as to whether you should wed your brother or sister and procrea… Read More
Dead Until Dark By Charlaine Harris
2010-04-19 07:22
Insert most offensive expletive here! One of the more torturous novels I have read in recent times, evidenced by the numerous times I flung it across the room. This book is a seedy and corny… Read More
The Secret Life Of Bees By Sue Monk Kidd
2010-04-19 07:20
I can categorically proclaim that I have finally discovered a new all time favourite novel. The debut novel of Sue Monk Kidd is a gorgeous and totally enthralling tale. It is beautifully wri… Read More
Slaughterhouse-Five By Kurt Vonnegut
2010-04-19 07:19
I L.O.V.E.D this book! Anyone that has read this story will know why, and if you have not read it... DO SO IMMEDIATELY! Slaughterhouse-Five is a relatively short novel that contains mor… Read More
2010-04-19 07:17
McCarthy certainly knows how to construct a plot! He is a very gifted storyteller that requires you as the reader to use your imagination and active perception to fill in the blanks. Th… Read More
A Thousand Splendid Suns By Khaled Hosseini
2010-04-19 06:59
This book reads as though Danielle Steele was dropped into Afghanistan and told to set one of her stories there. Other than that, this novel is actually very good. A Thousand Splendid Suns o… Read More
2010-04-13 01:15
One word: *yawn*. Okay, not technically a word, more of an action. But this book was severely lacking in characters of any substance. The structure of the Blind Assassin was beautiful, and A… Read More
The Time Machine By H. G. Wells
2010-04-08 00:36
This man sure knows how to tell a story! The father of science fiction weaves a story that is well and truly ahead of its time. Interweaving human evolution with science fiction and writing… Read More
Snow Falling On Cedars By David Guterson
2010-02-07 01:12
Beautiful. Never have I read a murder mystery with subplots and counterplots that are as enriching and supportive, interesting, or more interesting, than the actual plot as Guterson has off… Read More
2010-01-27 11:28
As an avid reader and book lover I don't read nearly as much as I should, nor do I read as versatile as I should. One of the primary reasons for this is that I simply don't know what to read… Read More

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