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[Buku] [Quiz] What New Book You Should Read This Fall?

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Post time 21-8-2017 04:46 PM | Show all posts |Read mode
Link: https://www.buzzfeed.com/jarryle ... c71k0Bvg#.jeVY8KLOo

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You got: "Swing Time" by Zadie Smith
In Zadie Smith's new novel "Swing Time", two black girls grow up aspiring to be dancers but only one has talent, creating a rift between them as they go on to lead separate lives. Set across West Africa and London, Swing Time is a sweeping, energetic tale of a complex friendship that speaks to the ways in which our roots and childhood relationships can have a hold on us even later on in life. Publication date: Nov. 15


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Post time 21-8-2017 04:54 PM | Show all posts
Interesting though.
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Post time 21-8-2017 05:02 PM | Show all posts
          You got: "The Underground Railroad" by Colson Whitehead                            Colson Whitehead's powerful new novel "The Underground Railroad" is one of the most exciting books of the season, and Oprah's latest Book Club pick to boot. "The Underground Railroad" follows a slave in Georgia who escapes from a cotton plantation and flees north via a literal Underground Railroad a network of secret underground tracks and tunnels while all the way facing horrors that still resonate in America today.Publication date: Aug. 2
                                                

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Post time 21-8-2017 05:17 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Mine is :


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Post time 21-8-2017 05:20 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Today Will Be Different by Maria Sample
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Post time 21-8-2017 06:23 PM | Show all posts
You got: "Today Will Be Different" by Maria Semple
"Today Will Be Different" takes place on the one day Eleanor Flood decides to get her life together. Unfortunately for her, that's the day when everything goes awry with her husband, son, and even buried secrets that suddenly threaten to surface. Crackling with honesty and heart, "Today Will Be Different" hilariously captures one womans attempts to reinvent herself and stay sane amid the chaos of everyday life. Publication date: Oct. 4

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Post time 21-8-2017 06:34 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
You got: "Swing Time" by Zadie Smith
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Post time 21-8-2017 06:41 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
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You got: "Mischling" by Affinity Konar
Affinity Konars novel Mischling will haunt you all season: identical twin sisters Pearl and Stasha fight to survive the horrors of Auschwitz, where they are subjects in Mengele's Zoo Dr. Josef Mengeles cruel and inhumane experiments. When Pearl disappears one winter, Stasha desperately holds onto the hope that she is still alive, and after the camp is finally liberated, must grapple with being a survivor amid the devastation of the world she once knew. Publication date: Sept. 6

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Post time 21-8-2017 06:52 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
You got: "The Mothers" by Brit Bennett

In Brit Bennett's debut novel "The Mothers", 17-year old Nadia begins a romance with the local pastors son, Luke, after her mother dies, that leads to a pregnancy she must hide from everyone in her small community, including her religious best friend Aubrey. "The Mothers" follows Nadia, Luke, and Aubrey into adulthood, examining how decisions made in youth and the what if questions that follow can affect and haunt us years after the fact certainly, you'll be thinking about this book long after fall is over. Publication date: Oct. 11

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Post time 21-8-2017 07:04 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
You got: "The Underground Railroad" by Colson Whitehead
Colson Whitehead's powerful new novel "The Underground Railroad" is one of the most exciting books of the season, and Oprah's latest Book Club pick to boot. "The Underground Railroad" follows a slave in Georgia who escapes from a cotton plantation and flees north via a literal Underground Railroad a network of secret underground tracks and tunnels while all the way facing horrors that still resonate in America today. Publication date: Aug. 2

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Post time 21-8-2017 07:41 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
i got this
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Post time 21-8-2017 08:26 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
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You got: "Swing Time" by Zadie Smith

In Zadie Smith's new novel "Swing Time", two black girls grow up aspiring to be dancers but only one has talent, creating a rift between them as they go on to lead separate lives. Set across West Africa and London, Swing Time is a sweeping, energetic tale of a complex friendship that speaks to the ways in which our roots and childhood relationships can have a hold on us even later on in life. Publication date: Nov. 15

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Post time 21-8-2017 08:39 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts

You got: "Swing Time" by Zadie Smith
In Zadie Smith's new novel "Swing Time", two black girls grow up aspiring to be dancers but only one has talent, creating a rift between them as they go on to lead separate lives. Set across West Africa and London, Swing Time is a sweeping, energetic tale of a complex friendship that speaks to the ways in which our roots and childhood relationships can have a hold on us even later on in life. Publication date: Nov. 15

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Post time 21-8-2017 08:51 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
You got: "Mischling" by Affinity Konar
Affinity Konars novel Mischling will haunt you all season: identical twin sisters Pearl and Stasha fight to survive the horrors of Auschwitz, where they are subjects in Mengele's Zoo Dr. Josef Mengeles cruel and inhumane experiments. When Pearl disappears one winter, Stasha desperately holds onto the hope that she is still alive, and after the camp is finally liberated, must grapple with being a survivor amid the devastation of the world she once knew. Publication date: Sept. 6

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Post time 21-8-2017 09:20 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
I disagree...i wld never read a book abt dancers not my cup of tea at all
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Post time 21-8-2017 09:29 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Edited by skinsandstars at 21-8-2017 09:34 PM

I got:

"Swing Time" by Zadie Smith
In Zadie Smith's new novel "Swing Time", two black girls grow up aspiring to be dancers but only one has talent, creating a rift between them as they go on to lead separate lives. Set across West Africa and London, Swing Time is a sweeping, energetic tale of a complex friendship that speaks to the ways in which our roots and childhood relationships can have a hold on us even later on in life. Publication date: Nov. 15


Pfff. Which I disagree as I
1. would never read a book about dancers
2. would never read a book.

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Post time 21-8-2017 09:30 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts

You got: "Swing Time" by Zadie Smith
In Zadie Smith's new novel "Swing Time", two black girls grow up aspiring to be dancers but only one has talent, creating a rift between them as they go on to lead separate lives. Set across West Africa and London, Swing Time is a sweeping, energetic tale of a complex friendship that speaks to the ways in which our roots and childhood relationships can have a hold on us even later on in life. Publication date: Nov. 15

Kena beli ke?

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Post time 21-8-2017 10:32 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
You got: "The Wangs vs. the World" by Jade Chang
Jade Changs debut novel "The Wangs vs. the World" follows Taiwanese-born American businessman Charles Wang, who must unite his children to start fresh in China after losing his fortune to the 2008 recession. The Wangs set off on a road trip across the country, all the way struggling to deal with their new financial situation and each other. Highly entertaining and often laugh-out-loud funny, "The Wangs vs. the World" shows the often surprising ways hardship can bring a dysfunctional family closer together as well as what it means to be an immigrant in America today. Publication date: Oct. 4

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Post time 21-8-2017 10:35 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
You got: "Swing Time" by Zadie Smith
In Zadie Smith's new novel "Swing Time", two black girls grow up aspiring to be dancers but only one has talent, creating a rift between them as they go on to lead separate lives. Set across West Africa and London, Swing Time is a sweeping, energetic tale of a complex friendship that speaks to the ways in which our roots and childhood relationships can have a hold on us even later on in life. Publication date: Nov. 15

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