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Wired News
The 10 Most Promising Books Coming in 2016Nobody can really predict which books will come to dominate the cultural conver
The 10 Most Promising Books Coming in 2016
Wired News / Posted yesterday
Nobody can really predict which books will come to dominate the cultural conversation—but has that ever stopped anyone from trying? We at WIRED have done a close reading of 2016’s line-up, picking the 10 titles we think will get the most people... Read more
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The Irish Times
The Rising will not be televised: a novel attempt to focus modern minds on 1916The American writer Don DeLillo spoke in the Paris Review about the 18-second Z
The Rising will not be televised: a novel attempt to focus modern minds on 1916
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
The American writer Don DeLillo spoke in the Paris Review about the 18-second Zapruder film that captured JFK’s assassination and the effect it had on the American psyche. “There’s something inevitable about the Zapruder film,” DeLillo said, “it had... Read more
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Style Weekly
The 2016 Literary GuidePrint books are back. That’s what everyone thought when 2015 saw an increase i
The 2016 Literary Guide
Style Weekly / Posted 18 days ago
Print books are back. That’s what everyone thought when 2015 saw an increase in print book sales for the second consecutive year. E-book sales were falling and Amazon had opened a physical bookstore. Books were saved. Then someone looked closer at... Read more
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Tucson Weekly
Rock Gods Read? Who Knew?"A Clockwork Orange" by Anthony Burgess "Madame Bovary" by Gustave Flaubert "
Rock Gods Read? Who Knew?
Tucson Weekly / Posted 24 days ago
"A Clockwork Orange" by Anthony Burgess "Madame Bovary" by Gustave Flaubert "As I Lay Dying" by William Faulkner The Master and Margarita" by Mikhail Bulgakov "Lolita" by Vladimir Nabokov "Black Boy" by Richard Wright "The Great Gatsby" by F.... Read more
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The New Statesman
Blair, Barnes and big reads: the books to look out for in 2016The publishing year begins with fond goodbyes to two writers known for their hu
Blair, Barnes and big reads: the books to look out for in 2016
The New Statesman / Posted 30 days ago
The publishing year begins with fond goodbyes to two writers known for their humanity and, in different ways, their gifts for storytelling. Henning Mankell, the creator of Inspector Wallander, and David Cesarani, an authority on modern Jewish... Read more

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