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Little Brother

Little Brother by Cory Doctorow (2006). 384 pages, TOR Books. I really enjoyed this book. If I were fifteen, I would love this book. Little Brother is classified as a “Young Adult” or “Teen” novel. Amazon lists it as being … Continue reading

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Heart of Darkness

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad (1899). 117 pages, Easton Press. I have never read anything by Joseph Conrad before picking up this book a week ago. I’ve had it on my shelf for a few months, as part of … Continue reading

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Anathem

Anathem (2008) by Neal Stephenson. William Morrow, 960 pages. Anathem is a Big Novel. By that I mean both in physical length – at 960 pages, this is a good long read – and in subject matter. Anathem is a … Continue reading

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