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    July 01, 2007



    Erickson is a favorite of mine, and I've been looking forward to Zeroville. I too have some of this other books lying around unread, but the reason for that is that I don't want to burn through them and then not have something to look forward to.


    Refresh, Refresh looks great.

    I can identify with the driving/reading thing--I was so obsessed with Mark Dunn's Ella Minnow Pea, and so nearly late for work, that I finished it during my commute.


    You've no idea how much I'm looking forward to Zeroville. (I read all of his novels in a single month last year. I think it was last year. No, two years ago. Whenever it was, I couldn't put 'em down.)

    blake butler

    ZEROVILLE. just finished it. holy shit. AMNESIASCOPE is one of my favorite books, and this is right up there.

    can't wait for ALL OVER.

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