What I've been reading.....
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The Woman in White ~ Wilkie Collins (1859) novel (503 pgs)
Dense early mystery with wonderfully eccentrically written characters throughout. Even a surprise here and there!
Harpo Speaks! ~ Harpo Marx with Rowland Barbe (1962) autobiography (482 pgs)
Loved his thoughts on just living life, though wish was more on the things he created, less on croquet and card playing!
Jacob's Folly ~ Rebecca Miller (2013) novel (371 pgs)
Oddly surreal novel, not sure how would classify this one. Interesting read, but probably not do a second time.
As You wish ~ Cary Elwes (w/ Joe Layden) (2014) memoir (245 pgs)
Wonderful behind-the-scenes look at the making of one of my favorite movies of all time, “The Princess Bride”
The Empress of Mars ~ Kage Baker (2009) science fiction (303 pgs)
Not bad, just kind of standard old school sf, normal things happen, but they happen on Mars. Not for me.
Traveling Sprinkler ~ Nicholson Baker (2013) novel (291 pgs)
Have read some great writing from Baker in past books, but this one-- just boring, pointless. Very disappointed.
Noir ~ Christopher Moore (2018) novel (357 pgs)
More fun from the Moore, this time with 40s noir style writing meeting Men in Black.
Wampeters, Foma & Granfalloons ~ Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (1974) essays (285 pgs) RE-READ
Thoughts on the world, politics and people from over 40 years ago and, unfortunately, we've not gotten any better.
The Sky Road ~ Ken MacLeod (1999) science fiction (291 pgs)
A bit heavy on the political end of his universe here, and just never engaged with me.
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