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Jonathan Safran Foer's novel, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is a phenomenal book.
Many people (most actually...) give this novel a negative review, but I think it is just because they couldn't really relate to it or understand it.
I just finished reading this wonderful book, and I really can't describe all the feelings swirling inside of me.
For a book that centers around a topic I find mostly overwhelming, this book was wonderful to read. Heartbreaking and aching and beautiful.Published 11 hours ago by Kimberly Culbertson
This book gave me the feels and kept me reading non stop. There were some confusing parts, but overall a wonderful book!Published 3 days ago by Kellie Jones
U.S, government is 100 percent responsible for this terrorist act as they let these smelly murderous Arabs into the country and then train them to fly jumbo jets. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Monkey Shine
I absolutely loved this book! It is extremely well written, and I loved the characters.Published 4 days ago by Ray E. Janikowski
Sad. But good. If you like Peter Høeg, Vonnegut and Salinger, you will enjoy this book.Published 4 days ago by Konstantin Gusev
This is the best story ever. So revealing and it gets me to rethink about my life. It tells such a heartbreaking story that I cann afford to read it again because I know I will... Read morePublished 8 days ago by BAI XUESONG
An autistic boy loses his father when the Twin Towers came down and he desperately needs to find a way to deal with it. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Jeannine K Lockwood
A touching and brilliant effort. As far as I'm concerned, Jonathan Safran Foer can do no wrong.Published 12 days ago by Linda