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The Stand
Stephen King
David McCullough
Women - Charles Bukowski The writing itself was incredible, a real improvement from his first two novels, but the theme was underdeveloped. I'm no music theorist, but I'd say "Women" was more of a simple repeating canon, like "Row, Row, Row Your Boat," than a complex fugue like one of Bach's pieces from Die Kunst der Fuge. Thankfully the style saved it and made this one highly readable, despite its sometimes tiresome subject matter.