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You Like What You Like

It took me months to read my favorite book ever. Was it because I’m a slow reader? Was I busy that summer? No—I was single and I worked a couple days a week on a farm. 396 more words


Top 5 Wednesday | Required Reading

Guess who’s back back back, back again. Okay there’s no fooling you lot, it’s me of course. I’ve got a bunch of reviews to throw at you over the next few days now life is settling down a little. 714 more words


Book Review: One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Kesey)

BOOK REVIEWWWWWWW~!@!#!@$!#$!\!!!!
(I’m hyper.)

Have I read this before: Yes! High school, I think. 10th grade?

Review: I think I was a little too young to really appreciate this the first time I read it. 108 more words


Gordon Lish's Cess: A Spokening (OR Books, 2015)

In contrast to Alexandra Psaropoulou’s All The Stars, which I wrote about yesterday, Gordon Lish’s book, rich in language play, employs a loquacious first person narrative in two extended notes before and after a list of select vocabulary. 598 more words


One-Minute Book Reviews, vol. 10

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
By Ken Kesey (1962)

If the book were as good as the movie, I would have been happy.  However, as is usually the case, the book includes dimensions that go beyond the film that earned five Oscars.  2,197 more words

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Quote Of The Day: 08/05/2015

It isn’t by getting out of the world that we become enlightened, but by getting into the world…by getting so tuned in that we can ride the waves of our existence and never get tossed because we become the waves.

– Ken Kesey