Quick ‘n’ Dirty

In attempts to make up for lost time (aka me being lazy about blogging) thought I would do a quick and dirty book review of the books I have read since Disgrace, by J. M. Coetzee, what I’m in the middle of reading, and looking forward to… reading. So here we go. Recently Read: 1.…

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Disgrace

Author: J.M. Coetzee, 2003 Nobel Prize Winner in Literature Published: 1999 Classification: South Africa-Fiction PoV: third person narrative (sort of) Pgs. 220 Random Quote: “So: once she was only a little tadpole in her mother’s body, and now here she is, solid in her existence, more solid than he has ever been. With luck she…

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Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk

Author: Ben Fountain Published: May 2012 Classification: Historical/Current Events Fiction PoV: First person – stream of consciousness Pgs. 307 Favorite Chapter Title: Dry-Humping For the Lord Random Quote: “Here at home everyone is so sure about the war. They talk in certainties, imperatives, absolutes, views that seem quite reasonable in the context. A kind of…

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