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  • Cheryl Polcaro

    Timbuktu- my #1 favorite book of all time.

  • Nikki Nauman

    "Timbuktu" by Paul Auster - Mr. Bones, the canine hero of Paul Auster's astonishing new book, is the sidekick and confidant of Willy G. Christmas, a brilliant and troubled homeless man from Brooklyn. As Willy's body slowly expires, he sets off with Mr. Bones for Baltimore in search of his high school English teacher and a new home for his companion.

  • Vonnie Harris

    This book still pops in my head years after reading it...sign of a good book :-)

  • Erin Taylor

    another amazing book. from a homeless man's dog's perspective...

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