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Faustus movin' right along...

Read all the books in my "must read" pile (read all 13 entries…)
Update #12

It’s been ages since the last time I did this…

Read (out of the pile):
27- Camus’ The Fall
28- Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray
29- Strauss’ The Joy of Funerals

To be read (into the pile):
40- The Known World
41- Kite Runner
42- Peace Is Every Step


annamaria08 is exploring possibilities

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none of your “read” pile books but all of your to be read books!

Peace is Every Step – much like all of his books, is beautiful in its simplicity. I very much enjoy reading Hanh for his remarkable ability to put things in perspective.

The Kite Runner is one of my all time faves, too..

Faustus movin' right along...


I actually liked all three of them. If you decide to try them:

The Fall is Camus’ look into human nature. It may not appeal to everybody, but I did enjoy it.

The Picture of Dorian Gray has a nice story to it, and Wilde’s style is pleasantly mind-boggling :)

The Joy of Funerals was a little bit different from what I usually read (it was one of the “assignments” of bluepark’s book club, actually). It has inter-related stories on how different people handle the death of those around them.

Faustus has gotten 5 cheers on this entry.


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