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Time for a new thread. What have you been reading? Here is my reading list for the past year: Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You Cameron, Peter The Art Forger Shapiro, B. A. Lucky Jim (New York Review Books Classics) Amis, Kingsley We Think The World of You (New York Review Books Classics) Ackerley, J.R. It's Fine By Me Petterson, Per The Yellow Birds Powers, Kevin Ghosts of Manhattan Brunt, Douglas What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets Sandel, Michael J. The Sisters Brothers deWitt, Patrick In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler's Berlin Larson, Erik Cloud Atlas update available Mitchell, David Mother of Sorrows Mccann, Richard Suddenly, a Knock on the Door: Stories Keret, Etgar The Age of Miracles Thompson Walker, Karen The Financial Lives of the Poets (P.S.) Walter, Jess Canada Ford, Richard Coral Glynn Cameron, Peter Beautiful Ruins Walter, Jess The Weekend Cameron, Peter Carter Beats the Devil Gold, Glen David Quiet Desperation Paulson, ThomasMay 21, 2012 The Intimates Sassone, Ralph Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter update available Grahame-Smith, Seth The Passages of H. M. of Herman Melville Parini, Jay The Patrick Melrose Novels: Never Mind, Bad News, Some Hope, and Mother's Milk St. Aubyn, Edward History of a Pleasure Seeker Mason, Richard The Sixties: Diaries:1960-1969 Isherwood, Christopher 1Q84 Murakami, Haruki

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