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The /r/books bookclub selection for March is The Book of the Unnamed Midwife by Meg Elison! (self.books)
submitted 28 days ago by Chtorrr61[M] - announcement
WeeklyThreadState of the Subreddit: March 2017 (self.books)
submitted 4 hours ago by AutoModerator[M] - announcement
Bob Dylan finally agrees to accept Nobel Prize for Literature (bbc.co.uk)
submitted 1 hour ago by ManiaforBeatles
The Collapsing Empire is a hilarious tale of humanity’s impending doom. John Scalzi’s latest novel is a thought experiment about the fall of civilization. (arstechnica.com)
submitted 1 day ago by speckz
William McPherson, Pulitzer-winning book critic who chronicled his decline into poverty, dies at 84 (washingtonpost.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by Tommasord
Historical fiction from women's perspective - These 6 books follow heroines who are at the centre of the action. (penguin.co.uk)
submitted 5 hours ago by lucyindsgs
Man steals book then returns it 35 years later, restored and signed by the author, with a $200 donation. (greatfallstribune.com)
submitted 19 hours ago by PlateFiveEternity
Try reading an entire day at least once a month (self.books)
submitted 8 hours ago by legolasbaggins
Just finished the Red Rising Trilogy and I absolutely loved it! (self.books)
submitted 11 hours ago by Chickenfriedricee
With a $200 budget, what collection of books would be mandatory reading for your student? (self.books)
submitted 8 hours ago by -El_Chapo-
What is the worst book you have ever read? (self.books)
submitted 2 hours ago by U_N_Owen1939
Bookshop turns classics into clickbait to get people reading (bbc.co.uk)
submitted 20 hours ago by buzzbookstore
What is your favorite book of all time? (self.books)
submitted 8 hours ago by Luke_Earthswimmer
9 Books That Have Helped Me Cope During My Saddest Times (bustle.com)
submitted 12 hours ago by blerrycat
Just finished Gravity's Rainbow... (self.books)
submitted 12 hours ago by hakon234
What book that features consummate physical beauty as one of its main themes is the most memorable to you? (self.books)
submitted 5 hours ago by DreamboatSam
Disgrace by J.M. Coetzee (self.books)
submitted 12 hours ago by squeegee11
Can someone please explain to me the politics in Sybil or The Two Nations by Benjamin Disraeli? (self.books)
submitted 6 hours ago by Amorolfine
Fun Classic Reads (self.books)
submitted 10 hours ago by Golightlygal11
What are some books you had to take time to really digest after finishing? (self.books)
submitted 10 hours ago by psychdyke
The Old Curiosity Shop (self.books)
submitted 8 hours ago by Craw1011Memories of Ice
A Tale of Two Bell Curves (quillette.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by Lilywen
Here's How You Buy Your Way Onto The New York Times Bestsellers List (forbes.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by dankshitposterized
How to get through Sleepless by Charlie Huston? (self.books)
submitted 1 hour ago by far_shooter
spoilersWhich are some of the worst endings you have ever read? (self.books)
submitted 20 hours ago by Eerzef
In the time you spend on social media each year, you could read 200 books (qz.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by helix23011
spoilersI just finished The Forever War. Holy crap. (self.books)
submitted 15 hours ago by Earthpig_Johnson
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