Monthly Archives: March 2013

Dear Old Dad

The Dinner by Herman Koch is a phenomenal novel!  After hearing a brief radio review of the story, I decided to check it out.  My month long wait in the library cue was well worth it. This is a dark … Continue reading

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Cry the Beloved Country by Alan Paton was written in the late forties and is on the list of the Top 150 Novels of the 20th Century.  Told in the third person, it is a beautifully written, sad story about … Continue reading

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Growing Pains

When my former English professor/mentor recommend The Best of Youth by Michael Dahlie, I knew it would be worth reading.  The fictional novel is told in the first-person by a twenty-something male named Henry who moves to the Williamsburg section of … Continue reading

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And the book goes to…

Hearty congratulations to Cathie P. who entered our drawing for a copy of Flimsy Little Plastic Miracles. Many thanks to all who entered. Continue to follow Bookwinked for future book giveaways!

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