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Blood of Victory by Alan Furst
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Re-reading Richard Hillary's The Last Enemy, Saki's Short Stories & Patrick Leigh Fermor's A Time of Gifts.
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Just started Dusk and Other Stories by James Salter. So far it's incredible, probably the best I've read since Cormac McCarthy and certainly more accessible. Before that I tried to read Trees of Smoke but my interested vanished after a hundred pages or so. I'll probably return to it later and start over.
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The Banality of Evil
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The Banality of Evil

Hannah Arendt or something I don't know about inspired by her?

I'm reading "Genet, post-scriptum".
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Motherless Brooklyn
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Recently started La Reina del Sur (The Queen of the South) by Arturo Perez-Reverte. It's about this Mexican woman who moves to Spain and becomes a huge drug lord (drug lady?).

Pretty awesome so far.
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Walden
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I started "The Flood invades my spirit" by Kenzaburō Ōe, but after 100 of pages realized that i won't be able to stand 500 pages more
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I had the same problems with Oe's Silent Cry and A Private Matter, so I stay away from him. Am now reading Freedom, by Mr Franzen.
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I'm currently reading Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut on the side while trying to tackle Kierkegaard's Either/Or when I'm not busy or living.
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The Banality of Evil

I read that one a couple years ago for a ethics course. It was highly informative.
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