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Armchair BEA: Literary Reads



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When I think of literary fiction, I think of the books that resonate through me. Maybe even still today. They are the books that you always remember and fondly talk about from time to time.
Now that's not the dictionary term, but it's what the term means to me.

Here are some of the books I consider to be literary fiction. Keep in mind all of these have been reviewed on the blog. So my list comes from that group.



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Now those are the ones I have read since I started blogging. Not my whole life. And not the ones I didn't appreciate... only the literary greats from me.

And here is another cool thing for you all..... a FREE literary read! Yup, I said FREE!
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  1. I need to check into some of these that I haven't heard of. I have to admit, I could not get into Life of Pi. I don't know why. Maybe I should try again someday.

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  2. m book club read a book called Mockingbird, "a portrait of Harper Lee." You'd probably like it! {:-D

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  3. thanks for sharing these great titles. I enjoyed a lot the book The Life of Pi

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  4. Haven't read any of these books yet

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