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The /r/books book club selection for September is D-Day Girls by Sarah Rose (self.books)
submitted 27 days ago by leowr49[M] - announcement
ama 12I'm J.R.H. Lawless, the Franco-Canadian lawyer/author of Dark Humor SF books that read like a Black Mirror episode penned by a drunken Douglas Adams, all about absurd future reality show antics, Marxist revolutionary theory, and ridiculous etymologies. AMA! (self.books)
submitted 9 hours ago by LawlessAuthorAMA Author - announcement
I just finished reading The Shining. Wow, no wonder Stephen King hated Kubricks movie. (self.books)
submitted 12 hours ago by Mkilbride2522& 3 more
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I just finished reading the Count of Monte Cristo and it's the best and the longest book I've ever read. I never thought I would have so much anger, sadness, despair and happiness in this book. (self.books)
submitted 1 day ago by LeoExotic232& 2 more
Mike Mignola’s Art for Neil Gaiman’s NORSE MYTHOLOGY Is Truly Mythic (nerdist.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by Waylander101
I just want to take a minute to appreciate Margaret Atwood (she’s not just Handmaids Tale) (self.books)
submitted 5 hours ago by SPOOKY-chair
Morality in The brothers Karamazov (self.books)
submitted 2 hours ago by americaexplainxo
Just finished Leviathan Wakes from The Expanse series. I was soooo good. (self.books)
submitted 8 hours ago * by ProfGeorgeAngell
Just Read Little Women (self.books)
submitted 17 hours ago by matpatrat17
A Cosmology Against the Void: Reading and Re-reading Most of DeLillo During Global Pandemic Summer 2020 (litfunforever.com)
submitted 2 hours ago by OnVanishingLand
Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale among 100 most challenged books in U.S. in the past decade (cbc.ca)
submitted 1 hour ago by Prpeach
I’ve just finished The Song of Achilles... (self.books)
submitted 12 hours ago by DuchessM_Archer2
Upcoming "Dune" movie vs "Foundation" series, which one is you most excited about? (self.books)
submitted 3 hours ago by tsiat
I just finished 'Beloved', by Toni Morrison, and it left me breathless (self.books)
submitted 14 hours ago * by bizargorria
WeeklyThreadWhat Books did You Start or Finish Reading this Week?: September 28, 2020 (self.books)
submitted 13 hours ago by vincoug32[M]
Authors step up for inmates in need with book auction (thestar.com)
submitted 9 hours ago by speckz
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Thoughts on “Penpal” by Dathan Auerbach? (self.books)
submitted 3 hours ago * by stillstuckinthesim22
Mental health & the books of Matt Haig (self.books)
submitted 9 hours ago by docsandwiches2
Sharing a book series with friends (self.books)
submitted 9 hours ago by mary-123499
Has anyone else read "Rules for a knight" by Ethan Hawke? That book changed my life,literally (self.books)
submitted 8 hours ago by kingofchaosx
Kafka on the Shore - Thoughts, Questions, and Spoilers (self.books)
submitted 10 hours ago by SweetPeaThyme
I just finished Catch-22! It's been in my TBR since ever and I finally got to finish it! (self.books)
submitted 16 hours ago by yawannabemyfriend
What have been your favourite books you’ve read this year and why? (self.books)
submitted 15 hours ago by dunnowhatredditis
The Strong Female Trope in books, bothers me. (self.books)
submitted 23 hours ago by Jenny_Saint_Quan
The Trial by Franz Kafka (self.books)
submitted 12 hours ago by as-weird-as-it-gets
metaWeekly Calendar - September 28, 2020 (self.books)
submitted 13 hours ago * by Reddit_Books
[Spoiler] One question about the English Patient (self.books)
submitted 10 hours ago by blues0
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