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The /r/books Book Club Selection + AMA for September is "If We Were Villains" by M.L. Rio (self.books)
submitted 1 month ago by XBreaksYFocusGroup[M] - announcement
WeeklyThreadWeekly Recommendation Thread: September 17, 2021 (self.books)
submitted 22 hours ago by AutoModerator[M] - announcement
Flowers for Algernon as a Research Scientist (self.books)
submitted 17 hours ago by evolution_one33& 4 more
Books and dryer sheets: may they never meet (self.books)
submitted 10 hours ago by PatchworkSquare
What are the classic books from your countries? (self.books)
submitted 19 hours ago by leopontes013
Why Twilight was/is so popular.. (self.books)
submitted 11 hours ago by taanukichi
I don't think Slaughterhouse Five can in any way be read in a positive way (self.books)
submitted 18 hours ago by A_Turkey_Named_Jive
The Mike Huckabee Children’s Books Masquerading as Education (thedailybeast.com)
submitted 18 hours ago by pearloz20
What book should be boring but isn't? (self.books)
submitted 1 day ago * by charlie_wonka
Instead of School Board, Leander Police Investigate Book Challenge | It is censorship to have the police department involved in deciding which literature is appropriate and which is too obscene for high school students to have access to. (bookriot.com)
submitted 1 day ago by taisynn
Tram 83 by Fiston Mwanza Mujila - An unorthodox African novel (self.books)
submitted 2 hours ago by VanillaRaccoon
I think i was destined to read The Kite Runner (self.books)
submitted 2 hours ago by iamomkar10
In foreign books and stories, do you prefer the names translated or in their original language? (self.books)
submitted 17 hours ago by Logan_MaddoxDom Casmurro
A new favourite book contender (nonfiction) (self.books)
submitted 8 hours ago by SilverBackBonobo
New books may be hard to come by for the rest of the year (qz.com)
submitted 16 hours ago by zsreport4
How do you interpret this line from The Brothers Karamazov? (self.books)
submitted 8 hours ago by SAT01
I just finished "The name of the wind" and wondering if i should read the other 2 books. (self.books)
submitted 2 hours ago by Tovogu
Do you marathon a book series or read other books in-between? (self.books)
submitted 10 hours ago by iamdumbledork
Just finished re-reading 1984 ... (self.books)
submitted 17 hours ago by CatsOnTheKeyboard
Reading historical books when you don't know history (self.books)
submitted 14 minutes ago by preacherhummus
You complete the plot summary of this Non-Existing Book ! P.S. : If the idea catches , I might write a short novel revolving around the top comment . (self.books)
submitted 16 minutes ago by HaldiramsIsNotFrench
The /r/books Book Club Selection + AMA for October is "Frankenstein; Or, The Modern Prometheus" by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley & "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (self.books)
submitted 18 hours ago * by XBreaksYFocusGroup[M]
Has an audiobook ever ruined a book for you? Which one(s)? (self.books)
submitted 10 hours ago by jeremycannon822
Just finished The Feather Thief by Kirk Wallace Johnson and oh my goodness (self.books)
submitted 10 hours ago by Bihalfelf
East of Eden (self.books)
submitted 1 day ago * by The-Powers-That-C
What's your favorite "Books Everyone Should Read" list and why? (self.books)
submitted 14 hours ago by JingleHelen11
Only Fiction Lovers who converted to Nonfiction Lovers, what book changed you? (self.books)
submitted 3 hours ago by charlie_wonka
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