Kate Bernadette Benedict - New York, NY (USA):
This book opens automatically to David's Death of Marat.
This book is waterproof; it floats.
Maril Crabtree - Kansas City, MO (USA):
This book stays engraved on the heart, in the
nearness of time and
suddenness of place, gracing the mind
with a stillpoint of light that stokes
timbers of memory into a new blaze.
Karen L. Simonetti - Chicago, Illinois (USA):
This book, film and television rights, already optioned,
came to me in a cheap galley with pages unfolding. Demanding
my words of recommendation,
this book better have a large advertising budget. I am not
Disgusted, I scribbled down those tears for this book: for purchase.
John Gallaher - Conway, Arkansas (USA):
This book has hit the talk-show circuit.
This book sold out.
This book tried to bean Danny Monihan in the back of the
head back in the fourth grade; it also describes how the cloning
process is done.
Back in the day, this book comprehended the world awhile.
It bit the ear off that book.
So this book's chip on its shoulder didn't fall far off the
old block, we say.
This book already ended several times over.
This book would like fries with that.
Oh by the way, there are old books beneath this book relating
to government hearings and brief descriptions of each Kennedy death.
This book thought it thaw a puddy-tat.
Since doubt is the essence of this book, it doubts with emotional
words, phrases, and a personal tone.
This book doubts you went to the grocery today.
It's both tautological and in proper chronological order, not to mention how
thin actresses are these days.
This book got sat on at a restaurant.
They're readying this book for immediate move-in over there.
This book changes. It's quite different already.
This book's been barking in the background for some time now, telling
us its sad tale, which's one of the chief drawbacks to being
This book traveled from Athens to Columbus with Albert Goldbarth looking at
antique salt shakers and Prince Albert collectables.
This book treats its body as a temple and is very buff,
for shock effect.
This book knows its shit. This book gets down.
We've no choice but to agree with this book because we're playing
with its ball.
This book has hit the talk-show circuit with a phony French accent.
This book is listening to the future right now.
Please keep your voice down. Thank you.
Don Share - Boston, MA (USA):
Innumerable sickles, and their reapers,
Barbara Matteau - Cambridge, MA (USA):
This book I sit in the sun with and feel the sun's
ray warming my back.
Or I escape to a cafe when the rain takes over and
refreshes the earth with its cool and musky drink.
Without this book, I am lost and lost and yet with this
book I get lost as well.
To be lost then is not to be lost at all but
to reach a different place where being lost is being found.
This book is my resting place.
Carl Ledsome - Liverpool, email@example.com (England):
This book is about drugs and places you should never tread
The fine line life and death and if you slip you may
never come back
But its so nice would you care
drug crazed men who don't care if they come back again
Desperate situation in a desperate fucked up nation
Karen Caldwell - Alexandria, VA (USA):
This book isn't it.
Skimming, slapping page after page , flipping, searching, closing another discontent
"What are you reading," asks the throng of book a day enthusiasts.
Enjoying, relating, venus fly trapped in a bound world, encapsulated, cryogenized with
incessant ramblings from ear to heart