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The /r/books book club selection for April is The Boy on the Bridge by M.R. Carey (self.books)
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WeeklyThreadWeekly Recommendation Thread: April 20, 2018 (self.books)
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The Vonnegut Universe (self.books)
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I finished reading The Death of Ivan Ilych today after seeing a post about the book on this subreddit a while ago. Highly recommended! (self.books)
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"21 Overrated Books You Don’t Have to Read." Thoughts on this article? (gq.com)
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Swedish Academy, which picks the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, acknowledged on Friday that names of some previous prize winners had been leaked in advance and it pledged to redraw the ancient rules governing how it functions. (reuters.com)
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I spoke to Brandon Taylorian, author of The Jesse Millette Series (northernlifemagazine.co.uk)
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Guys could somebody tell me what is the appeal of "Great Gatsby"? (self.books)
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Anyone know how to pay to get books hardbound durably? Like library binding? (self.books)
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I just finished Siddhartha, and I feel like it's earned a permanent place on my nightstand. (self.books)
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The Need to Re-Read The Lord of the Rings (self.books)
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