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The Discoverers: A History of Man’s Search to Know His World and Himself ~ Daniel J. Boorstin (1983) history (684 pgs) RE-READ
Amazing history of how just about everything was discovered in the world by somebody somewhere at sometime!
Theft by Finding: Diaries Volume One ~ David Sedaris (2017) essays (551 pgs)
Interesting watching how he slowly became the writer I enjoy so much today. Look forward to the second volume.
Excavating Kafka ~ James Hawes (2008) biography (234 pgs)
Biography of Kafka that works to dispel some of the “tortured-artist” myths around him. Like the style, too.
Write More Good ~ The Bureau Chiefs (2011) parody, writing (252 pgs)
Fun parody of guidebooks on how to write for newspapers. The multiple glossary definitions are some of the best parts.
The Psycho Ex Game ~ Marrill Markoe and Andy Prieboy (2011) (2004) novel (417 pgs)
Interesting idea and format of alternating chapters, but in the end, while not a bad read, just kind of “meh” when it was over.
The Stories of William Trevor ~ William Trevor (1983) short stories (799 pgs)
Strangely dark little tales of “ordinary” people in England, hard to define, but enjoyable read. Brings together five of his previous collections of stories in one volume, covering several decades of writing.
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