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Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things
George Lakoff
Progress: 65/550 pages
Language Development and Learning to Read: The Scientific Study of How Language Development Affects Reading Skill
Diane Mcguinness
Cruddy - Lynda Barry This is an incredibly dark novel that has some laugh-out-loud moments. I don't know that I've ever had such mixed feelings about a book. Its darkness - the narrator, Roberta, has a terrible life - made it difficult to read at times. Roberta's voice, however, is so compelling that I kept coming back to it.

Terrific writing, really, but not a light read.