Fiction jubilation

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  1. I’m so happy to hear this! I almost commented on your last post that I remembered really getting lost in the Smiley and loving it. But I didn’t, for the same reason you note. So hooray! Your caveat notwithstanding, I hope you will opine on it at more length at some point, I’d enjoy hearing your reading.

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  2. I love it when I get into marathon book reading mode. I’ve recently read a book that let me down so much so that I can only remember one word in the the title ‘ FREEDOM. I am having a ‘ lets’ read as many classics as I can year’ About too start Huxleys’ Brave New World’. I’ve read ‘ beautiful and the damned’ F. Scott Fitzgerald in January and George Orwell’s ‘1984’ – What a book! . Highly recommend that you read this if you haven’t already. I will keep a look out for ‘a thousand acres’

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  3. I read that same book earlier this winter… and it took me about the same amount of time as you. I remember finishing it in a fog and taking a while to settle back into my normal life. It’s a great story!

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  4. Love that book. I read it my senior year of high school after a recommendation by my astounding speech and creative writing teacher. I felt so grown up. Even more so when the movie came to the local theater and I could say, “Yeah, I read the book,” to all my friends.

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  5. Thanks for sharing, I try to have a varied reading list and nice to get something from left field, easy to add to my list as something different. Reading the jelly effect at the moment.

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