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I moved to Chicago from San Francisco in 2005. I'm reading the novels I never got a chance to read in high school and college. And revisiting some of my favorites. I love coming of age novels and modern British and American authors.
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Some of my favorite novels:
Favorite novels: The Heart is A Lonely Hunter, Martin Eden, Mrs Dallaway, You Can't Go Home Again, A Death in the Family, Call Me By Your Name, A Passage to India and The Big Sleep
"From the universally acclaimed, best-selling author of the National Book Award-winning The Year of Magical Thinking: ten pieces never before collected that offer an illuminating glimpse into the mind and process of a legendary writer. Here are...
"This World War I story, set mostly in Paris and New Orleans, has absolutely nothing to do with The Great Gatsby. I read the entire novel and I don't see the connection. The publishers have be promoting this novel as a prequel to the great Ame..."
"This raw, powerful, heartbreaking graphic memoir is by Jim Terry, a local artist. As a Native American, he faced huge obstacles at every turn growing up here in Chicago. Like we all do, he made some stupid choices, but he never gave up. Jim..."