Top 10 Books Read In 2013




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MsKerai: I would totally recommend The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse by Louise Erdrich. I've not read The Round House Yet, but I feel that if you liked it then you'll like The Last Report. It looks at things like home, belonging, problems with displacement of Native Americans - but it's essentially a book about identity and the fluidity of identity. There's some really stand out characters, most notably the priest who's the main protagonist. I love this book, it always ends up in my top 5 books of all time.

Jovan Davidovic: Good choices & great reviews!

ishmael djan: Did you ever make a review on Bright lights, Big city?

Detective667: I like your accent and humor

simonetta Baronetti: I wish I had as good, intelligent students as you are!
Thank you for showing so much interest in books.
Who was your favorite teacher at the Primary School?
Thank you for reading.

Bravo!!!!!!

Josh H: I would highly recommend 2666 by Roberto Bolano.  It's one of my favorite books of all time and you would definitely love it.

Stank Planks: Great vid man

heber loresco: I really like your books. I would like to recommend you the boom a separate peace by john knowles its good book to read.

Andalus Z: Hello...thanks for this quick review..I thought I read a lot..but it amazed me that all the ten books you mentioned are new to me..:)
Which is great anyways..this was really helpful..
Some of my best ever books are: the help, heart-shaped box, the mans's traveller's wife, the interpretation of murder, a thousand splendid suns, the kite runner, eat pray love, forty rules of love, all of Dan Brown's works...

Nerses Arslanian: great reviews! 
I would recommend anything by Bolano. I've wanted to read the 3rd Reich. I've read 2666, Savage Detectives, By Night in Chile and halfway done with Last Evenings on Earth. I'd say his short story collections are the best intro to his work (Last Evenings) but 2666, which I've read first, is one of my favorite books of all time. very addictive, almost like Kavalier and Clay but with completely different themes and higher ambitions. 
Franzen is a favorite, but couldn't finish Corrections because I found it depressing. His work is right up my alley but I prefer David Foster Wallace. I feel as if DFW's writing is less contrived and more natural and free-flowing than Franzen and Chabon. Both are great writers but I feel like they're forcing every sentence out to sound elegant at the expense of making the subject matter sound meaningful. Oh well.
Great review anyway! 
oh, and if you liked If on a Winter's night a Traveler check out Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell.

Jimmy Noetzel: Where did you goooooo

ace9128: What book do you suggest to read for a guy who does not want a classic, should be 5 to 6 grade comedy and likes realistic fiction and fiction.

Ondřej Plevák: Thanks for not being just another young adult novels fan, they are all over Youtube. Greetings form home of Karel Čapek, the Czech republic!

radiantchristina: Let the Great World Spin was an amazing book. I attempted to read it once then put it down, but picked it up again a year later and it ended up being a favorite for me.

Brown Girl Reading: Hey Happy New Year! I missed this video since I was offline for lack of internet. Great choices! My interest is peeked by The Twenty-Seventh City. I read the corrections a long time ago and I feel I need to reread it, but I remember liking it just don't remember to what degree. Might check out The 27th City though along with Freedom.

ofbooksnmore: I love Bolano! I loved 2666, By Night in Chile and The Savage Detectives... I need to get back to reading more of his work!

Haley Shea: I just found your videos and I love it! You describe books perfectly. I hope you have a good 2014!

Δtreyu: Bolano's one of my favorites. His essentials and the two novels most people seem to talk about are The Savage Detectives and 2666. Both are very good and if you liked The Third Reich you'll probably dig the hell out of them. After that consider checking out By Night in Chile which is my personal favorite of his less discussed books. Antwerp is good as well.

Bookupied: Nice video, you made me want to read several of these books! I'm very interesten in reading Franzen now. A few of my favourite books in 2013 were We have always lived in the castle, The turn of the screw and A Monster calls. I like gothic stuff. Totally subscribing!

Jacobo Villalobos: Roberto Bolaño is one of my fav. and, so far, my favorite novel is "Estrella distante", "Distant star". I think you are going to love it. Great top, by the way. 
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MsKerai: I would totally recommend The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse by Louise Erdrich. I've not read The Round House Yet, but I feel that if you liked it then you'll like The Last Report. It looks at things like home, belonging, problems with displacement of Native Americans - but it's essentially a book about identity and the fluidity of identity. There's some really stand out characters, most notably the priest who's the main protagonist. I love this book, it always ends up in my top 5 books of all time.
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