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Colm Tóibín’s Nora Webster has been keeping vermontlogger up at night:

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Jesus, that was a dark and disturbing slice of French noir,” says Tom Mooney, who has been reading The Executioner Weeps by Frederic Dard:

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Jonathan Rendall’s This Bloody Mary Is The Last Thing I Own: A Journey To The End Of Boxing is, according to EstelleMoon, “one of the all time book titles”. It is also:

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ID3334123 recommends the Beastie Boys Book by Mike D and Ad Rock:

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Welcome to this week’s blogpost. Here’s our roundup of your comments and photos from the last two weeks, just a small selection from the bumper crop of end of year lists that you’ve posted over the holiday period. The breadth and depth of reading on display has been most impressive. Plenty of wisdom has also been garnered from those books, as Rick2016 demonstrates:

Of the 45 books I read this year (which most people think is a lot but pales in comparison to many of the people in this forest!), the standouts were the following (roughly in order):

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An early Christmas present of Neville Shute’s On The Beach has surprised lace675468:

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Sometimes good books can be found in unusual places, as tommydog shows:

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Halloween approaches and tiojo has been doing some appropriate reading:

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First up, EstelleMoon, who has had a disappointingly fulfilling experience:

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John Kennedy Toole’s A Confederacy of Dunces had several admirers last week. Peter Law-Jones wrote:

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First up, some corrections. Tom Mooney has come to a new understanding of William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying:

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“Please recommend me some classics, TLS,” said Rick2016, who also offered “bonus points” for “excellent classics by female authors”. Here’s just a small selection of the excellent suggestions that came in, starting with SydneyH:

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Short and sharp to get us going. MsCarey has read William Golding’s astonishing masterpiece, The Inheritors:

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Alex42 describes his contribution this week as a “slightly strange rant.” But it’s well worth reading:

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Let’s start with a big one. Rex Bowan has been tackling The Making Of Americans by Gertrude Stein:

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Let’s start with a big one. Rex Bowan has been tackling The Making Of Americans by Gertrude Stein:

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Here’s a big claim to get us going: according to originalabsence, The Mars Room shows that Rachel Kushner is the best writer in America:

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Let’s start with a cheering story about the benefits of education, from gavernism:

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First of all, proof that TLS works from ignicapilla:

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We all make mistakes – but sometimes they can be quite useful, as beckythatcher explains in relation to The Moon’s A Balloon by David Niven:

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