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Shakespeare aptly described this book long before it was written: full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by E. Feldman
The reason I am reviewing is to give particular praise to the narrator of the audio book. With a half-hour each way car commute I have listened to quite a few books in the last... Read morePublished 15 months ago by N. Williams
Didn't finish it... sad to say, it didn't grasp my interest at all.Published 19 months ago by C. Blakely
Another TBR Pile Challenge book. This one has been on my TBR pile since 2010, when it received literary acclaim. Read more
This book was so terrible. But that's the problem: it wasn't. Or it wasn't supposed to be.
I genuinely enjoyed the first like, 3/4 of the book. Read more
This book was recommended to me at Skylight books in LA (awesome bookstore - check it out) and for whatever reason I left it on my shelf for over a year before opening it. Read morePublished on February 24, 2014 by Daniel D
I read it two years ago and it still makes my heart cry a little when I remember it. I wrote down some of the sentences to look at now and then because they were so true.Published on February 3, 2014 by Barbara Sims
In this rather opaque novel, Julian Donahue, a divorced, forty-something producer of television commercials, is representative of many of the post-1980s generation in their... Read morePublished on November 21, 2013 by J. Grattan