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15 Favorite Novels of 2013

2013 saw readers flock to big, 400-plus-page novels like no other year in recent memory. Books that spanned decades and continents, and featured casts of dozens, came into vogue in the middle of --...
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    Book Review: The Interestings – Meg Wolitzer - S Krishna's Books

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    The Interestings by Meg Wolitzer 2015 Reading List - Books To Read This Year

  • Kate Olson

    The Interestings: A Novel by Meg Wolitzer - new in spring 2013. I had read reviews of it in every magazine, so figured it was worth reading. One of those books I didn't love during parts, but I got more and more involved in it as I went, and it will definitely stick with me. Worth reading.

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    Book Cover Image. Title: The Interestings: A Novel, Author: Meg Wolitzer

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  • Marjie Killeen

    Only 1/4 way through, but I'm loving this book. Too bad book club is tonight. The Interestings: A Novel: Meg Wolitzer: 9781594488399: Books

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