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  1. I'm reading "Funny Girl" by Nick Hornby.
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    Huge fan of Horby's work, just started this today. Looking forward to it very much.
  2. Moveable Feast, Hemingway
    Lived in Paris for 3 years, as a young man, felt I should probably read.
    Suggested by @dev
  3. Wallcreeper, by Nell Zink.
    Book club with @jonathon @magdalenam @garrett (book club pre-dated listapp)
    Suggested by @mandi
  4. This Side Of Paradise- Fitzgerald
    It's so stupid that this was his first novel and it is achingly brilliant.
    Suggested by @mia
  5. Cathedral by Raymond Carver
    Suggested by @carey
  6. Almost done with Marilynne Robinson's Gilead.
    Suggested by @josh
  7. CivilWarLand in Bad Decline by George Saunders.
    Rereading it and marveling at how much better George Saunders is than every other writer on the planet.
    Suggested by @Jack
  8. A Nice Little Place on the North Side by George F. Will
    About Wrigley Field/Chicago Cubs. Not impressed so far but not a bad read
    Suggested by @anneclark
  9. About to finish Zadie Smith's Changing My Mind, about to start Levels of Life by Julian Barnes
    First is awesome collection of random essays and lectures mostly about reading and writing and remembering. Second is a short creative book about loss. Read another by Barnes in one sitting so looking forward to this one although I know it's gonna be depressing. First line already got me: "you put two things together that have not been together before. And the world is changed."
    Suggested by @hannahstark