What's the last book you've read?

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I remember reading that a few years ago and not really getting it. Will maybe give it another go.

yea it never explicitly explains everything but i dont mind a lil ambiguity. whole book has a very cool atmosphere

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I read like a hundred pages of Goldfinch today. Might read a 100 more before bed.

This book is so good omg. I'm so pumped for the movie.

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Hello it's International Literacy Day today.

Please read The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt and change my username to GoldfinchShill.

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Maybe gen z deserves some rights

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I read My Year of Rest and Relaxation last week because I heard Yorgos Lanthimos may be directing the film adaptation. This is literally the first book I've read in maybe four years. I was very pleased with it.

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marshallmurphy wrote:
February 27th, 2020, 7:34 pm
I read My Year of Rest and Relaxation last week because I heard Yorgos Lanthimos may be directing the film adaptation. This is literally the first book I've read in maybe four years. I was very pleased with it.
I've heard really good things about that book! Will have to pick it up soon!

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omg he is so annoying

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The Bible... Frank Herbert's Dune.

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