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I like big books and I cannot lie
You other readers can't deny
That when a books walks in with an itty bitty spine
And a thick page count in your face
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Here are some big books to get excited about courtesy of thedailybeast:
The Sex Diaries Project: What We're Saying about What We're Doing - Arianne Cohen
In the tradition of The Vagina Monologues and PostSecret, this provocative collection takes a peek behind bedroom doors—satisfying our insatiable desires to look into the private lives of ordinary people.
The Last Nude - Ellis Avery
A stunning story of love, sexual obsession, treachery, and tragedy, about an artist and her most famous muse in Paris between the world wars.
White Girl Problems - Babe Walker
Babe Walker, center of the universe, is a painstakingly manicured white girl with an expensive smoothie habit, a proclivity for Louboutins, a mysterious mother she's never met, and approximately 50 bajillion Twitter followers. But now her "problems" have landed her in shopping rehab--that's what happens when you spend $246,893.50 in one afternoon at Barneys--and she's decided to write her memoir, detailing White Girl Problems.
The World We Found: A Novel: Thrity Umrigar
The acclaimed author of The Space Between Us and The Weight of Heaven returns with a breathtaking, skillfully wrought story of four women and the unbreakable ties they share.
The Fat Years: A Novel- Koonchung Chan
Banned in China, this controversial and politically charged novel tells the story of the search for an entire month erased from official Chinese history.
Drifting House - Krys Lee
An unflinching portrayal of the Korean immigrant experience from an extraordinary new talent in fiction.
The Map and the Territory- Michel Houellebecq
The most celebrated and controversial French novelist of our time now delivers his magnum opus—about art and money, love and friendship and death, fathers and sons.