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Rusty’s Reading List 2016 | April 4, 2016

britishmuseum

This book has the advantage of being short… so it doesn’t take up too much of your time even if you, like me, don’t tend to give up on books.

That is a good thing, because this book isn’t. Good, that is.

Based on the myriad of covers out there when I search on it, this keeps getting reprinted. I don’t know why. It might be popular among repressed Catholics (as a subset of all Catholics – I am not claiming all Catholics are repressed), or literary scholars who enjoy figuring out all the pastiches. (To0 me, all the different writing styles just make the book disjointed and uneven.)

Oh well, they can’t all be winners.
Books Read in 2016

The British Museum is Falling Down – David Lodge
True Grit – Charles Portis
The Diamond Age – Neal Stephenson
Word Warriors: 35 Women Leaders in the Spoken Word Revolution – Alix Olson (ed.)
Blue Marrow – Louise Bernice Halfe
Open Letter: Woman Against Violence Against Women – Sheri-D Wilson
Yummy Mummy – Erin Dingle
Peter F. Yacht Club #22
If These Streets Are Haunted… – Magpie Ulysses
The Honey Month – Amal El-Mohtar
Sunsets for Daydreamers – Megan Ann Ward
September – Brandon Wint & Ikenna Onyegbula

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