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Hi! If you're hungry for good literature, you've stumbled across the right page! There are several lists floating around these days of the 100 best books of all time. Some of these books have changed society and the world as we know it (being an American, I'm thinking of The Jungle, or Uncle Tom's Cabin). These lists are varied based on who is determining them and they contain everything from Shakespeare and Charles Dickens to "Bridget Jones Diary" and the Harry Potter series. What's amazing is that the average person has only read about 4 books from any of these given lists. My desire is to find other individuals who are hungry for some good literature accompanied by good friends and maybe some good food and wine, to discuss some of these literary works of art. There are plenty of options to choose from and something sure to fit just about any preference. There's nothing like diving into a good book, but it's even better when you have people to discuss it with.

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    Although this is a short book, by all accounts it's not lacking in intensity and depth. I thought brevity and profundity would be a good combination with people preparing for year-end events. Plus, it gives you more time to get started on the next big read for January... Here's what Wikipedia says: Learn more

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    Oh how I love a good saga, and with a handful more pages than War and Peace, A Suitable Boy sounds like a promising one. And just think of the muscle tone you'll build carrying that book around... Since you'll have plenty of reading to do of the book itself, I'll just give you the brief synopsis from Good Reads: Learn more

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