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Brooklyn, NY

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March 11, 2012

What is the last book you read?

Jeffrey Eugenides' Middlesex

Name your 3 favorite books and one that was just a big disappointment

My three favorite books are Margaret Atwood's The Robber Bridge (it's hard to pick among her works...), Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita, and Haruki Murakami's The Wind Up Bird Chronicle. As for the disappointment, I was pretty put off by The Time Traveler's Wife, despite it being so highly recommended by some friends.

Have you ever re-read a book because it was just so good?

Yes! It's honestly a bit of a bad habit; it's difficult to get onto new books because of it. Help me!

Who is your favorite childhood author?

I was quite a fan of Eoin Colfer.


Finding people who really love to discuss fiction is surprisingly hard. Being a person who has found herself a friend to almost exclusively non-fiction lovers, I'd love to meet new folks who really like to discuss fiction and read it.

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