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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by Matt, May 16, 2007.
Can someone recommend me a good introductory read to the world of John Steinbeck?
I'd start with Of Mice and Men. It might be cliche, but there's a reason they often assign it in high school. It's an accessible introductory work, and short.
Made a big haul recently for next semester:
Mark Z. Danielewski, Only Revolutions
Matt Ruff, Lovecraft Country
Waubgeshig Rice, Moon of the Crusted Snow
Jesmyn Ward, Sing, Unburied, Sing
Eric Hogan, Spiral Jetta
Andreas Malm, Fossil Capital: The Rise of Steam Power and the Roots of Global Warming
Very good read, particularly as it mentioned a HK uprising and crackdown as potential spark towards a Sino-US conflict.
Excerpt: HOW MELVINS INVENTED SLUDGE: "UGLY SPAWN OF PUNK AND METAL"
Despite my open hostility to the term "post-metal", this looks mighty enticing.
Here's my Top 10 Mysteries & Thrillers of 2019.
@CiG one of the best x-men origin books out there. A total masterpiece and a must read for anyone interested in the x-men ...
I finished my first book of 2020: Lethal Agent by Kyle Mills.
I am really interested it this topic. And I think it's great opportunity to learn something new using online resourses. Today one can also easily get help with his studies using free apps or research paper writers or place an order for other complex written work. Wide choice makes the process easier and more productive.
Snatched this for free at the Johns Hopkins booth at MLA. Some great stuff in this.
If anyone here likes the Jack Reacher books by Lee Child, the author has decided to retire from writing the series and hand it off to his brother.