Paper Towns – John Green (Penguin Books, 2008)
Before I Fall – Noah Hawley (Grand Central Publishing, 2016)
Housekeeping – Marilynne Robinson (Harper Perennial, 2005)
A Visit from the Goon Squad – Jennifer Egan (Anchor Books, 2010)
Did Not Finish:
The Little Red Chairs – Edna O’Brien (Little, Brown and Company, 2016)
Infinite Jest – David Foster Wallace
The urban lume makes the urban night only semidark, as in licoricey, a luminescence just under the skin of the dark, and swelling.
Six Walks in a Fictional Wood – Umberto Eco
Last Child in the Woods – Richard Louv
[Nature] serves as a blank slate upon which a child draws and reinterprets the culture’s fantasies. Nature inspires creativity in a child by demanding visualization and the full use of the senses.
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