What are you reading?


#41

Reading The Great Alone–really good beginning–hoping it carries through.


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#43

Would have picked this one up until I saw who the forward was by. Fuck that “punk” ass little bitch.


#44

Let’s just say a more comprehensive book needs to be written by an actual fact-checking, story-assembling author. This is just a bunch of overlapping reminisces of the same time period by famous people.


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#46

Good spot and read


#47

Good book. Need to read this again. Good summer holiday book.


#48

Getting ready to read the new Willy Vlautin after I finish up some Faulkner stories.
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#49

I bought this for my Mom since seeing it here. Figured if you were reading it, must be worthwhile.


#50

It is required reading for the Trauma based fellowship here, and an easy/interesting read. I hope your mother finds it interesting.


#51

She went through some horrible shit last year plus she’s a nurse for critically ill children. She sounded very interested.


#52

Notes From Underground : Fyodor Dostoevsky, with a very detailed introduction to the novella and the writer that was very insightful. I remember reading Crime and Punishment and absolutely hating it though.

and

The King in Yellow : Robert W. Chambers. Reading this one for a second time, hoping the last few stories will be better than I remember but this is overall a solid collection.

I don’t really have the attention span for full on novels at the moment. :slight_smile:


#53

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#54

i have the king in yellow and will read it this summer.
finishing up the whiskeytown one and the van zandt book


#55

Followed Detroit 67 with this, Memphis 68. Been listening to the Stax Volt Singles collection a lot too. Harlem 69 is due later this year, can’t wait.


#56

That’s a great cover photo.

Otis was the MAN!


#57

Love Notes from Underground. Read it a couple times when I was in younger.


#58

I have to be honest. I struggled with the first part. I’ll have to read it again and see if I have a better grasp.


#59

Enjoyed reading Calypso so I decided to go back and revisit a David Sedaris book that I read years ago:

Me-Talk-Pretty

And also reading a newer one by him:

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