New poll up asking for more reader choices for future reviews

April 24, 2014 § Leave a comment

In the next few weeks, I’ll finish reviewing the works (minus, alas, the squirrel erotica) on the previous poll inquiring about most-desired reviews that received at least 10 votes.  It’s now time for a new poll and I thought that I would continue the theme of the last one, adding new(ish) titles to the list.  I also plan on continuing to review more of Gabriel García Márquez’s longer fiction in the coming weeks, so there is that also to complete before I jumpstart the World War I centennial review series in late May/early June with a couple of histories before delving into various national literatures concerning that infamous war.  Hopefully, there will continue to be a steady stream of posts even despite the exhaustion I’ve been feeling every night this week.

For those who missed the last poll’s results, here they are, with bolded titles representing stories already reviewed here and italics for that to come:

Helen Oyeyemi, Boy, Snow, Bird
  13 (30%)
Erich Maria Remarque, All Quiet on the Western Front
  12 (27%)
Dominique Rolin, Letter to Lise
  1 (2%)
Okey Ndibe, Foreign Gods, Inc.
  12 (27%)
Various authors, Biblia Sacra Vulgata
  2 (4%)
Gabriel García Márquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude
  14 (32%)
Brandon Sanderson, Words of Radiance
  14 (32%)
Marquis de Sade, The 120 Days of Sodom
  8 (18%)
E.P. Thompson, Customs in Common
  1 (2%)
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, The Communist Manifesto
  13 (30%)
Why not a book of squirrel erotica? (if only…)
  14 (32%)

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