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July 3, 2012  

Bookrageous Episode 40; The Legend of Pradeep Mathew

Intro Music; Cricket -- The Kinks

What We’re Reading

Jon

[1:17] The Twelve, Justin Cronin, October 16 2012

[1:49] The Cutting Season, Attica Locke, September 1 2012

[2:35] Secrets of the Tides, Hannah Richell

Rebecca

[3:30] The Legend of Pradeep Mathew, Shehan Karunatilaka

[4:10] The End of the World As We Know It, Robert Goolrick

[5:15] The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald

[5:30] Faitheist, Chris Stedman, November 6 2012

Jenn

[6:45] Infinite Jest, David Foster Wallace

[7:30] InfiniteSummer.org

[8:35] Old Man’s War, John Scalzi

[9:44] Dial H, China Mieville

[10:20] The Age of Miracles, Karen Thompson Walker (review on Tor.com)

Intermission; Sri Lanka -- Colorpulse

The Legend of Pradeep Mathew

[12:20] “Chinaman”

[13:30] Cricket!

[15:00] The Art of Fielding, Chad Harbach

[16:15] Kudos to Bookavore

[16:45] “Reading a writer writing about a writer who’s writing about writing”

[21:30] Peter Jackson’s Forgotten Silver

[30:07] The Cage, Gordon Weiss, September 1 2012

[31:30] Half of a Yellow Sun, Chimamanada Ngozi Adichie

[32:20] Graywolf Press

[35:00] Commonwealth Book Prize

[36:15] What we’d recommend next: The Art of Fielding, Chad Harbach; One Day I Will Write About This Place, Binyavanga Wainaina (paperback coming in September!); The Gone-Away World, Nick Harkaway

[41:20] HEREAFTER BE SPOILERS, BEWARE

[46:20] The Princess Bride, William Goldman

[50:15] How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe, Charles Yu

[50:50] On obsessions & book therapy

[55:40] Our next book group pick is Telegraph Avenue, Michael Chabon

Outro; Cricket -- The Kinks

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