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Lord Vishnu's Love Handles: A Spy Novel (Sort Of) by Will Clarke
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent book, April 27 2003
I bought this book while surfing amazon one day, and found it hard to believe that every one of its ratings was 5 stars. Then I read it in just a matter of days and here I am giving it one more 5 star rating. An incredible book that's addicting and hard to put down. Great twists and turns. At some points I thought to myself "That was weird... Where can he be going from here?" but found myself amazed when it all lead up to another surprise or wonderful plot point. A book filled with great quotes and one liners, hilarious and moving, upsetting and full of action. Travis Anderson, the main character... I don't know if I hate him or love him, but his story is a great one. If you like… Read more
Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
I'll start off by saying staightout that this book is not for everyone, and if it is your type of book, it should not be your first by Nabokov. The man is a literary genius, and anybody that reads his quick descriptions, vast vocabulary, and poetic phrases cannot deny that. This novel- for I am sure that most of you know the plot already- is not a novel at all, and as much as you may try to read it as one, the plot actually comes between the lines. By the end of the book, nothing is clear, nothing is explained by the author, and yet we understand the truth perfectly.
The themes behind this story are plentiful, and thought-provoking. There is something else that I wish to address:… Read more
Automatic for the People ~ R.E.M.
REM is one of my favorite bands, and yet so seldom has anybody created a CD where every single track is utterly... perfect. I will not go through every song and repeat the same adjectives over and over. With REM, there are not enough words to go around. Nightswimming was once my favorite song on the album, it is so beautiful and addicting. Stipe's voice are enchanting. Yet I listened to the CD again and realized some forgotten classics. Man on the Moon, although (after Everybody hurts) is very common, one has to see behind the movie and the lyrics and realize the actual beauty of the song. It's as though the band put so much thought into each and every note. Some people say… Read more