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PopSugar Reading Challenge 2017: Q3

Three books! What a fail. Though to be fair, We, the Drowned is nearly a whopping 700 pages. I spent all of September working my way through it and I'm just finishing up the last hundred pages now. That's a super long time to spend on a book, easily the longest of this challenge. But since I have so few books for this quarter here are some mini reviews below. 
A novel set during wartime: We, the Drowned by Carsten Jensen It may have taken forever to read, but it was an excellent novel. Though it revolves around a small port town in Denmark, the novel space 3 generations, the sea, several wars and the vast idea of humanity and violence. Between the war and the graphic depictions of violence in war and civillian life, the novel isn't for anyone squeamish. If you can get over that though, it's an interesting and well thought out depiction of humanity.
 If I could change one thing, I'd have loved to see the perspective switch to more women in the town. Women are a part…

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