Books I Want to Read; Part #57

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  1. Rx by Rachel Lindsay
  2. First Year Out: A Transition Story by Sabrina Symington (READ)
  3. Snapshots of a Girl by Beldan Sezen
  4. Personality by Andrew O’Hagan
  5. The Animal-Lover’s Book of Beastly Murder by Patricia Highsmith
  6. Apples by Richard Milward
  7. Caring Is Creepy by David Zimmerman
  8. The Flame Alphabet by Ben Marcus
  9. Remember Me by Trezza Azzopardi
  10. The Old Child and Other Stories by Jenny Erpenbeck
  11. Nalda Said by Stuart David
  12. Indiana, Indiana by Liard Hunt
  13. Place Last Seen by Charlotte McGuinn Freeman
  14. Hunting and Gathering by Anna Gavalda
  15. The Town That Forgot How to Breathe by Kenneth J. Harvey
  16. The Island at the End of the World by Sam Taylor
  17. 03 by Jean-Christophe Valtat (READ)
  18. You Were Wrong by Matthew Sharpe
  19. This is Graceanne’s Book by P.L. Whitney
  20. Uglybugly by Lars Ramslie
  21. Lanceheim by Tim Davys
  22. Tourquai by Tim Davys
  23. Yok by Tim Davys
  24. The Man Who Watched Trains Go By by Georges Simenon
  25. Observatory Mansions by Edward Carey
  26. Doctor Rat by William Kotzwinkle
  27. Red Sky in the Morning by Elizabeth Lord
  28. Asta in the Wings by Jan Elizabeth Watson
  29. Huge by James W. Fuerst
  30. The Memoirs of a Beautiful Boy by Robert Leleux
  31. How All This Started by Pete Fromm
  32. Julian Corkle is a Filthy Liar by D.J. Connell
  33. Eustace by S.J. Harris
  34. Why I Killed Peter by Olivier Ka
  35. Neighbors by Thomas Berger
  36. Troublemaker by Brian Pera
  37. Setting the Lawn on Fire by Mack Friedman
  38. Hope: A Tragedy by Shalom Auslander
  39. We by Michael Landweber (READ)
  40. The Seas by Samantha Hunt
  41. Wonder When You’ll Miss Me by Amanda Davis
  42. Like the Red Panda by Andrea Seigel
  43. The Miss America Family by Julianna Baggott
  44. The Evolution of Bruno Littlemore by Benjamin Hale
  45. The Fates Will Find Their Way by Hannah Pittard
  46. Boy O’Boy by Brian Doyle
  47. MR Coles by Simon Astaire
  48. Apologize, Apologize! by Elizabeth Kelly

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