Here I Am by Jonathan Safran Foer
Alternately profound, profane, impenetrable, tedious. Scattershot, nonlinear, melancholy, ruminative dialogue.
Safety Tip: If you’re ever tempted to read two 600 page books back to back – don’t.
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