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So anyway, thanks for the rec!

I'm glad you enjoyed it! I really liked how fully realised the characters were - Rita in particular has stuck with me, because I've known exactly that kind of person who destroys themselves through their own runaway emotions and Norris nails it.

The book has a special resonance for me because I was at the author's school (the one Sam attends, ill-disguised though not named) and I know him very very distantly, so when he's lovingly describing Salisbury and its surroundings I'm completely on board because it captures a lot of my own feelings about the area. That whole angle possibly doesn't come across if you didn't grow up there, but I think the strength of the book is that even if you aren't reading it as a love letter to where you grew up, it's still a really great book full of excellently written characters.

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I'm glad you enjoyed it! I really liked how fully realised the characters were - Rita in particular has stuck with me, because I've known exactly that kind of person who destroys themselves through their own runaway emotions and Norris nails it.

The book has a special resonance for me because I was at the author's school (the one Sam attends, ill-disguised though not named) and I know him very very distantly, so when he's lovingly describing Salisbury and its surroundings I'm completely on board because it captures a lot of my own feelings about the area. That whole angle possibly doesn't come across if you didn't grow up there, but I think the strength of the book is that even if you aren't reading it as a love letter to where you grew up, it's still a really great book full of excellently written characters.

He definitely makes the love of a small home town pretty universal, and yeah the characters are great. Unfortunately (fortunately?) haven't known many people like Rita all that well but like I said, Sam and Alison really drew me in.

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Sorry Portrait of a Lady didn't work out for you, MockingQuantum - that was the Henry James that turned me around on Henry James, but if it didn't work for you, it didn't work.

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Sorry Portrait of a Lady didn't work out for you, MockingQuantum - that was the Henry James that turned me around on Henry James, but if it didn't work for you, it didn't work.

I'll go ahead and request a wildcard as well, since I don't believe I've done so so far.

I nominate The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco! If you've read that then I nominate Stone's Fall by Iain Pears!

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The Club Dumas by Arturo Perez Reverte. Feel free to wildcard me, as I also need one.

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This is another easy one and probably doesn't warrant that much discussion outside of recommending each other cool old books. Read something published before you were born which for most of us I am assuming is on the under side of half a century, and there are a bunch of good books from back then.

As for me, I am going deep and reading Middlemarch by George Elliot (the alias of Mary Anne Evans) published in 1872(ish) which was recommended in some thread or another awhile back and was at the bottom of my queue forever.

The more interesting challenge here is probably the sub-challenge: "Read a book written/published the exact year you were born"

Obviously a google search should be sufficient to find a list of books but presumably some of you may want actual recs.

I was born in 1983 so I am going to do 2 from that year: Orhan Pamuk's Slient House and Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross which first premiered that year. I am not going to get to either this week but they are on my list for the near future.

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I read teen gets big cock Going After Cacciato by Tim O'Brien, published in 1978. Published just 3 years after the Vietnam War ended, it went on to win the National Book Award, surprising observers who thought it might be too soon to view it all objectively. Cacciato is sort of a dumb kid who announces to a friend in his squad that he's going to desert and head to Paris. Naturally, there is no choice for the squad but to go after the deserter. Their surreal journey through Mandalay, Delhi, Iran etc is narrated by Paul Berlin, whose story is punctuated by reminiscences on his squadmates who died previously and occasional observations about his own mental state throughout the war. As you might expect, it deals a lot with fear and the conflict between individual freedom and societal obligations. I found the prose here to be notable. It was spare and straightforward which set off nicely against a journey with magical realist elements. The book I read immediately after probably lost some marks in comparison. While it's not as notable as O'Brien's later The Things They Carried, Going after Cacciato is definitely worth reading and I found it to be a very good read. Would recommend.

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Awesome write up Ben Nevis.

Also, the May BotM is wrapping up but Hieronymous is calling for suggestions in the thread if anyone wants a part in choosing their own challenge:

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Orhan Pamuk's Silent House.

Currently reading The White Castle by Pamuk and it's definitely interesting.

If anyone could give me another wildcard (for my girlfriend) that would be awesome. Anything goes, but something without violence or gore is preferred (she has PTSD). Thank you!

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40. The Silkworm (Cormoran Strike #2) - Robert Galbraith
41. Circe - Madeline Miller
42. Cold Mountain - Charles Frazier

My reading has, in general, slowed down since the arrival of kid #2, but that hasn't stopped me from reading some good stuff. Fire in the Hole is classic Leonard in short-story form (#13 down), and Circe was another very good book along the lines of Miller's first book, Song of Achilles, which I read last year. I like how she takes these Greek myths about Great Men (Achilles, Odysseus, etc.) and attacks them from a different perspective - a female one in Circe, and a tender homosexual romance with Song of Achilles. Svejk was... well, I started it in February and finished it this month. It took me a long-rear end time. It wasn't a bad book, but it had the feel of a shaggy dog story about a guy who tells shaggy dog stories. It's subversive for its time and occasionally pretty funny, but it's long and meandering - more of a "pick it up and read it occasionally" than a page-turner. & Sons was a decent 'modern white writer writes about white writers' novel (reminded me a good bit of Franzen's Corrections, but not quite as dense or good) and Silkworm was a pretty solid mystery.

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I'll keep an eye out for that Iain Pears book, since I read Name of the Rose a few years ago. Though I guess I could reread it...

edit: nice, Stone's Fall is in at the library. I'll check it out.

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34. Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino
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36. Hunger by Roxane Gay
37. Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Irin Carmon, Shana Knizhnik
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Not a huge month for a three digit goal but I got in one of my rereads, some challenges, a BotM and my wildcard, so still pretty successful. Some thoughts/highlights:

- Italo Calvino I didn't actually take to right away despite his stuff being so perfectly down my alley. It wasn't until I read The Cloven Viscount and The Nonexistent Knight a few years back that his stuff really clicked for me. I had read Invisible Cities and If On A Winter's Night... years ago and I am glad I decided to reread cities because I enjoyed it significantly more this time around. Will probably reread some of his other stuff that I own, especially since a lot of it flies by.

- Five Rivers was a fantastic wildcard which I have already discussed a bit. Thanks again to Corrode for a sick rec.

- Sweat I had put on hold a while back as part of the play challenge and finally got it a few weeks ago. It was powerful stuff and is apparently coming to Chicago next year so going to check it out.

(On a similar note, my wife surprised me and flew me to New York to see the Harry Potter play last weekend, and what was specifically interesting was that it was the first play I had read before seeing it in person, and that's definitely something I want to do more in the future, it was a cool experience contrasting how I interpreted dialogue with the actual performances.)

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I originally scheduled another theme week for this week, but the first few days of the month always get a bunch traffic from people posting updates so I am going to move it back a week. This next one will cover the LGBT challenge in honor of pride month.

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Overall, it was a pretty good month. I'm actually contemplating quitting the reading challenge, because I have a bad tendency to rush through things so I can make numbers go up, so while I'm getting through a lot of books I'm kind of not giving them enough time individually. I do like that the challenge is encouraging me to read a wider range of authors from different backgrounds and styles that I'm not usually drawn to, but looking back at books from the last couple of months, I feel like I can barely remember some of them, and that's not good. We'll see how this month goes, maybe I can just take it slow and it won't bother me.


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26 Books as a minimum, under 20% rereads (currently 16 books with 1 reread)

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Completed Books:
1. The Damned United by David Peace (reread)
2. Player One by Douglas Coupland
3. The Undoing Project by Michael Lewis
4. The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut
5. The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
6. Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
7. Side Jobs by Jim Butcher
8. When The Shooting Stops by Ralph Rosenblum and Robert Karen
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In Progress:
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Coming Soon:
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Last week I read Here Comes the Sun by Nicole Dennis-Benn which I enjoyed a lot, this week I am planning to read Confessions of a Mask by Yukio Mishima. Earlier this year I read Don't Call Us Dead by Danez Smith for the poetry challenge which I talked about a bit. I am also a big fan of Roxane Gay and would recommend her non-fic (An Untamed State is also good although a tough read).

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Last week I read Here Comes the Sun by Nicole Dennis-Benn which I enjoyed a lot, this week I am planning to read Confessions of a Mask by Yukio Mishima. Earlier this year I read Don't Call Us Dead by Danez Smith for the poetry challenge which I talked about a bit. I am also a big fan of Roxane Gay and would recommend her non-fic (An Untamed State is also good although a tough read).

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Last week I read Here Comes the Sun by Nicole Dennis-Benn which I enjoyed a lot, this week I am planning to read Confessions of a Mask by Yukio Mishima. Earlier this year I read Don't Call Us Dead by Danez Smith for the poetry challenge which I talked about a bit. I am also a big fan of Roxane Gay and would recommend her non-fic (An Untamed State is also good although a tough read).

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I admit I am not super well versed in this area outside of googling stuff, so any recommendations would be great.

Last week I read Here Comes the Sun by Nicole Dennis-Benn which I enjoyed a lot, this week I am planning to read Confessions of a Mask by Yukio Mishima. Earlier this year I read Don't Call Us Dead by Danez Smith for the poetry challenge which I talked about a bit. I am also a big fan of Roxane Gay and would recommend her non-fic (An Untamed State is also good although a tough read).

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Haven't posted an update in a bit. Thanks for all the recommendations, I've put several on my list. I also ended up finishing Confessions of a Mask late last week and it was extremely good. It took me awhile to get into Mishima, I might need to revisit some of his other stuff I've read.

I'm still planning on doing the weekly challenges because it's at least kept the thread active and full of recommendations for relevant challenges, and has helped me a ton. I've pushed back and adjusted the schedule a bit:

week beginning...
July 8 - something involving music
July 23 - translated work
August 6 - something about the future
August 20 - something about history
September 10 - something from non-trad perspective
September 24 - banned book
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free skinny porn tube 14 - The Heart Goes Last, by Margaret Atwood. Unpleasantly plausible Tomorrow-AD dystopia forms the backdrop for a private-prison living experiment. The scope of Atwood's story is fairly small, but her main characters' concerns and personalities are fleshed out compellingly. As a critique of shallow corporate culture and "public good through private enterprise" it isn't as cutting as I expected, but what I did get was a fun and gripping story with some real emotional stakes. Throughout the book I kept thinking how it would be easy to adapt into a Netflix miniseries, though I don't know if that says more about the story itself or about my mindset while reading. Still, rather good!

zoe lucker sex scene 15 - Lightning Rods, by Helen DeWitt. A satire on sexual politics and self-help culture, in which a down-on-his-luck salesman turns his extremely specific sexual fetish into a booming industry. There's a gentle farce at the core of the novel that kept me guessing where things would go next, and the way the characters treat the central bizarre concept with such seriousness always proved amusing. DeWitt weaves a great snowball effect into the plot, with small ideas and quirks becoming major life-changing decisions, and the book ends up being very engrossing.

carrie ann moss porn 16 - Literally Show Me A Healthy Person, by Darcie Wilder. Short novella told in a stream-of-consciousness Tumblr-feed style. The main character is a miserable and apathetic twenty-something, dealing with the fallout from a family tragedy while trying to piece together shards of a life she seems to have given up on. Her attention flickers between serious emotional reflection, sexual angst and errata like which New York streets have the best garbage. The overall effect is surprisingly powerful, and create a much fuller picture of the main character's inner and outer world than I thought it would. I liked this so much I lent it to a coworker as soon as I finished it.

100 free local sex 17 - Fragile Things: Short Fictions & Wonders, by Neil Gaiman. Mostly short stories and some poems. A lot of the works in this collection left me unsatisfied, unfortunately - ideas not fully fleshed out, character motivations unclear, or simply unfulfilling tales. The ones that did work for me, though, were great. 'How To Talk To Girls At Parties', 'Bitter Grounds', and the last piece in the collection, 'Monarch of the Glen'- a sequel-novella to 'American Gods' that put me back in the same frame of mind as the original novel. By Gaiman's admission this book is cobbled together from odds and ends and stories over twenty years, so the disparity in quality is understandable. I certainly wouldn't recommend it as someone's first Neil Gaiman book, but there are some gems in here that I'm glad I could find.

kim kardashian sex streaming 18 - Who Fears Death, by Nnedi Okorafor. A powerful SFF novel that transplants the typical hero's journey to a post-apocalypse Saharan landscape. Our protagonist is a girl who seeks to learn magic to take revenge and must overcome immense odds and obstacles to complete her journey. Okorafor is unflinching in portraying the natiest aspects of human cruelty, from sexual assault and racial prejudice to more subtle, insidious complacency. Some passages are particularly difficult to read, and this is far from a happy book, but the way in which Onyesonwu's struggles and triumphs are told is really engrossing. As the cast of characters grows and new communities are discovered, hints at the richness and diversity of life are seen, but never over-explained. The world Okorafor has written has an awful lot of unanswered questions, but those answers are irrelevant to the characters and their experiences: I was left wanting more but not feeling short-changed at all. The book explores themes of loyalty, heritage and family, both chosen and inherited, and by the end I felt a real sense of how far the characters had come.

amatuer sex video sites 19 - Everyone's A Aliebn When Ur A Aliebn Too: A Book, by Jomny Sun. Simple illustrations and a children's-book narrative allow Sun to explore, in simple and emotionally raw terms, the highs and lows of human existence. An "aliebn" explorer meets denizens of Earth and learns about happiness, art, love, loss, and belonging. While a quick read, it was one where I lingered on every page, unable to stop smiling, and often genuinely affected. It is clear to see why Sun's work, both on- and offline, has been such a touchstone for people of my generation, and I am genuinely happy that I have this book in my life.

men in prison sex 20 - Finn Family Moomintroll, by Tove Jansson. A charming book with episodic adventures that I recognised from the Moomins cartoon I watched growing up. Magical transformation, seafaring, treasure, friendship, and buckets of whimsy. Not as heavy as the previous book, but still featuring some real emotional honesty. This was a quick read, and never failed to put a big smile on my face.

teen choice awards 2010 21 - The Picture of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde. Shamefully I'd never read any Wilde before, despite knowing an awful lot about him and his life. This was everything I expected it to be: florid, witty, engrossing, vicious, deeply satisfying. Of course there are some hiccups - some casual anti-semitism scattered here and there, and a dreadful amount of misogyny, and especially with the latter it's hard to chalk it all up to "being written in the 19th Century". The book is staggeringly, overwhelmingly homoerotic, even more than I anticipated, and the central character of Dorian is wonderfully, unpleasantly drawn. I now need to read (or watch on stage) everything else Wilde did, because it really does live up to the hype.

online sex video chat 22 - A Clockwork Orange, by Anthony Burgess. I can certainly see what all the fuss is about. A short and engrossing novel about adolescent viciousness, crime and punishment, and free will being stripped away by the state...But also a rather conservative story of a young man growing out of rebellion and, by the end, seeking a gentle, more passive life. Being very familiar with the film I recognised most of the scenes and plot beat for beat, though with significant thematic changes, especially to the ending. I was pleased to read that the "youth fashion" in the book is even sillier than the ones Kubrick put onscreen. Overall I'm happy I finally got to reading this - it's a hell of a book, a great story, with some scenes that will stick with me for some time.

free bbw lesbian sex 23 - Infect Your Friends And Loved Ones, by Torrey Peters. Short novella about life as a trans woman in 201X, and also a post-apocalypse triggered by disaffected trans women. It's powerful and sad and little exciting; Peters writes with a matter-of-fact urgency that reads as much like a confessional as a piece of fiction. Obviously there are elements of this book I simply will not Get, given that I'm not a trans woman, but as a cis guy reading this I was definitely affected by it. Very good.


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2. Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 1/3 of them are written by women. - caught having sex outdoors 11 - 4, 5, 8, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, 23
— bonus: Of these make sure half are by authors new to you - sex for rent porn 8 - 4, 5, 8, 11, 13, 15, 16, 23
3. Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 1/3 of them are written by someone non-white. - fdle sex offender database 6 - 5, 6, 11, 12, 18, 19
— bonus: Of these make sure half are by authors new to you - sex in public photo 5 - 5, 6, 11, 12, 19
4. Read at least one book by an LGBT author. - free hentai sex clips 5 - 8, 9, 20, 21, 23
— bonus: Make sure 10% of the books you read this year are by LGBT authors
5. Participate in the TBB BotM thread at least once in 2018 (thread stickied each month at the top of the forum).
— bonus: Participate in the SHAMEFUL The Greatest Books You've Never Read thread - 21, 22
6. Ask another poster to issue you a wildcard, then read it.
— bonus: Similarly, get a wildcard from another thread in this forum
7. Get a recommendation from a friend or loved one.
— bonus: Read literally the first in-person book recommendation you get in 2018 (solicited or not) - 'Redshirts' (suggested by flatmate).
8. Read something written before you were born. - 4, 20, 21, 22
— bonus: Read a book written/published the exact year you were born
9. Read a book published in 2018 (or if you're eager to start early, the latter half of 2017). - 1
— bonus: Read something that wins an award in 2018, but only after it is announced (i.e. don't apply retroactively)
10. Read something translated from another language. - 5, 6, 20
— bonus: Read something that isn't in your primary language
11. Read something political. - 3, 13
— bonus: Read something political from/about a country you aren't from and don't currently live in - 3
12. Read a poetry collection.
— bonus: Read poems by at least 10 different poets
13. Read a collection of short stories. - 2, 4, 12
— bonus: Read short stories by at least 10 different authors
14. Read a play.
— bonus: Read a play first published in the last 10 years
15. Read something involving history. - 3
— bonus: Read something about a (nonfictional) war that didn't involve the U.S.
16. Read something biographical. - 8
— bonus: Read something biographical about someone you've met/seen in person
17. Read something about religion.
— bonus: Read a major religious text
18. Read something from a non-traditional perspective. - 9
— bonus: Read something narrated in the 2nd person
19. Read something that has been banned, censored, or challenged. - 22 (banned in some US high schools).
— bonus: Read something currently banned, censored, or challenged in its country of origin
20. Read something about music.
— bonus: Read something about a genre of music you're explicitly not a fan of
21. Read something that involves Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
— bonus: Read something about hunger
22. Read something about the future. - 14, 18, 22, 23
— bonus: Read something about a future that takes place before the current year - 22


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43. Hide Me Among the Graves - Tim Powers
44. The Lowland - Jhumpa Lahiri
45. The Italian Teacher - Tom Rachman
46. The Stress of Her Regard - Tim Powers
47. My Antonia - Willa Cather

Yeah, this two-kid situation has cut back on my reading, but at least the stuff I am reading is pretty solid.

The Stress of Her Regard/Hide Me Among the Graves are some fun Tim Powers books; he always mixes up some history and some fantastical elements (in this case, vampiric spirits) for fun results. Poets such as Lord Byron and the Rosettis get involved in a couple of scrapes with strange vampiric creatures from before the dawn of man. I kinda messed up and read the sequel (Hide Me...) before the original (The Stress...) but I enjoyed both.

The Lowland was an excellent book about dislocation and the strain it can have on family relations, something Lahiri often writes about.

The Italian Teacher was a new one from Rachman, whose other novels I've enjoyed; this one told the story of a son of a famous painter and how he has to deal with his father and his father's legacy. Worth reading just for the ending.

My Antonia was one of those books that I've been meaning to get around to for years (it's a classic, etc.) and when I did finally read it, it was quite good. It didn't do much in the way of plot, but the way it showed the passage of time both in the title character and the setting was quite well done.

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5. Participate in the TBB BotM thread at least once in 2018 (thread stickied each month at the top of the forum).
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14. Read a play.
15. Read something involving history.
16. Read something biographical.
17. Read something about religion.
18. Read something from a non-traditional perspective.
19. Read something that has been banned, censored, or challenged.
20. Read something about music.
21. Read something that involves Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
22. Read something about the future.

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