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CollectionsYour library (296)

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TagsScience Fiction (77), ebook (61), Fantasy (27), Fiction (22), Investments (21), Biography (20), Horror (20), Self-Help (11), Military fiction (10), Humor (10) — see all tags

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About my libraryMost of my books are currently in my personal library. A few were library books and a few more I read as a child and are still at my parents. I rate every book that I read, so the only books without a rating are in my "to be read" pile.

GroupsBuffett/Munger Value Investing, Finance / Investment, Literary Snobs, Science Fiction Fans, Song of Ice and Fire

Favorite authorsPeter F. Hamilton, Robert A. Heinlein, Stephen King, Michael Lewis, Roger Lowenstein, George R. R. Martin (Shared favorites)

Homepagehttp://interestingsentence.blogspot.com

Real nameDoug

LocationGlen Allen, VA, USA

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceDec 5, 2007

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Little, Big is one of my favorite books. I think it's better than most of the prize-winning novels I've read over the last 15 years! It's been a long time since I've read 100 Years of Solitude, and I'm not sure I would have seen that much in common between them, but I suppose there is some overlap between magical realism and Crowley's approach in Little, Big. 100 Years of Solitude is a more difficult read, as I recall, but definitely worth the effort.
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