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any recommendations or favorites?
ah, how I have loved some of the recommendations in the past...
I HATE SHNAPP TREES
YOU TOTALLY ARE NOT ELOQUENT.
iPear, to each his own, so hate those shnapple tree's with passion
Gaiman is cool, I want to read Adams
naw, but thankfully there is a copy around the house.
I have about 30 pages left of Dry by Augusten Burroughs, and as soon as I'm done with that, to Adams I shall be going
catch-22. joseph heller.
best. book. ever.
A Great and Terrible Beauty, by Libba Bray.
His Dark Materials series (The Golden Compass, etc), by Philip Pullman
yes! I love Augusten Burroughs, I've read all the books he has out...
and I've heard of David Sedaris, but have not read any of him.
haven't heard of David Rakoff, though...
as for A Great and Terrible Beauty, that's been on my list for a while. I've heard Pullman's a good author, too
current reading now:
The Tale of Murasaki by Liza Dolby