Tuesday, January 28, 2014

The Top 10 Books of 2013

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Young Friend by Leopoldine Core
  • "Young Friend" by Leopoldine Core
1) Justice by Carey Harrison
2) A Light That Never Goes Out: The Enduring Saga of the Smiths by Tony Fletcher
3) Young Friend by Leopoldine Core
4) Scorned Beauty Comes Up From Behind: Preverbs by George Quasha
5) Signs by Erika Dagnino
6) Charlotte Brontë, You Ruined My Life by Barbara Louise Ungar
7) Sasquatch Stories by Mike Topp
8) Susan Sontag: The Complete Rolling Stone Interview by Jonathan Cott
9) BAsics from the Talks and Writings of Bob Avakian
10) Incandescence by Mohamed Hmoudane

(I never read current books, or so I thought. But when last year ended, I noticed that I had, for once, acquired a bunch of brand-new books — and read them! Some of these volumes are not from 2013, but are recent: Mike Topp (2010), Bob Avakian, Barbara Louise, Erika (2011), George Quasha (2012). Incidentally, Signs is bilingual, Italian-English; Incandescence is in French. This list is in no order.)

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