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Old 10-02-2012, 04:01 PM   #14293
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I just finished Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell. It was a ravishing book. When everything starts clicking together, it is mind blowing.
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I finished his Black Swan Green recently which was good, and I've been tempted now to read Cloud Atlas soon, which I hear is very different from Black Swan Green, before the film, and your post is tempting me more!
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- have just read Black Swan Green, which I enjoyed, and am comtemplating Cloud Atlas once I finish The Rise of Nine by Pittacus Lore, a YA series which I'm also quite enjoying.
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I must put Black Swan Green on my to-read list. I also really enjoyed Mitchell's The 1000 Autumns of Jacob de Zoet.
I loved Thousand Autumns, enjoyed Black Swan Green and just got the email today from the Boston Public Library that it's my turn for Cloud Atlas in ebook. The timing's not great, but I'll forge on.
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