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#imbibliomancy: John Dies at the End Review (Bibliomancy for Beginners)

So this happened weeks ago and I have been killing myself trying to finish college and guys I’ve done it.  When this post is live I have finished.  I am done.  I will be driving home Saturday.  Good god.

For those of you who don’t know because this is a new feature here, and I have been utterly and completely hands off this semester for the most part, #imbibliomancy is the newest book club adventures.  Each month we plan to do one book discussion wherein we drink a reasonable (and responsible) amount and laugh and joke and try to be less the pretentious english majors that we are at heart.

Those of you who are aware of the feature will know that this was not the original intended book.  My choice was originally supposed to be The Familiar: One Rainy Day in May by Mark Z. Danielewski.  Well the reading of the book coincided with midterms and none of us were able to finish it.  Instead we decided to read a lighter novel that two of us had already read before and had been on the docket (but Gretchen had missed out on).

There is another review of this book here on this blog and Taylor also reviewed it here, but they are far less entertaining I promise you, though probably slightly more coherent.  I hope you enjoy and we will be coming with you after Christmas with a discussion of The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro.

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Title: John Dies at the End
Author: David Wong
Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin
Page #: 466
Genre: Humor, Horror

See you guys soon!

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