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Yup.. Jodi Picoult.
I love these depressing books. I love having a time line that jumps back and forth, from character to character. I love knowing the different perspectives on the one scenario. I like the ironically "perfect" unhappy endings
(because it wouldn't be as good if they all lived happily ever after)...

I have read one of the books by Haruki Murakami... It was called, After Dark... Was a tad funny. The characters were quirky, yet there was that solemnity to it.

Definitely a different reading experience than other books. This book was thin and the sentence structure, short. haha.
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Milan Kundera,although the 'phase' has been going on for two years.
I just love his words. I have two copies Of the unbearable lightness of being my favorite book by far.
One of Laughable loves,the book of laughter and forgetting and Ignorance.
Every single time I read one of his works it touches my soul.
 
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