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I love Smiley, but this was the wrong book at the wrong time. Also? 1980 was weird. I'm glad I pretty much missed it.
The Map That Changed the World: William Smith and the Birth of Modern Geology
not as good as Professor & the Madman. But still pretty awesome. Winchester makes things that ought to be boring fascinating.
how Nabokov writes better in English than in Russian I will never know. But I can attest that he does. And lord, what a stylist.
2 1/2 stars depending on my mood. I am positive it was better back when it first came out.
Olivia Joules and the Overactive Imagination
I love Helen Fielding. This book was pretty cheesy, but also pretty fantastic. I read it on the beach and kept laughing out loud and drawing attention to myself. Oops.
Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time
Read it for a book club. Nothing really to say about it.
The Black Book
Orhan Pamuk: you are complicated, but I love you so.
I'm pretty sure I read this earlier too, but I was impressed with how sweet I found it.
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life
Steven L. Hopp
This book made me feel guilty. It also made me more consistent about going to the farmer's market.I was intrigued by her daughter's essays. I maybe would have liked more of them. Maybe.
I'm all about WASPs. This book was a fascinating family history, but much less funny than I was led to believe. That's okay though.
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