Tuesday, April 23, 2013

PurgatoryPurgatory by Paul Auster
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

"There are good moments, too," Tom would add, ... "Indelible moments of grace, tiny exaltations, unexpected miracles. Gliding through Times Square at three-thirty in the morning, and all the traffic is gone, and suddenly you're alone in the center of the world, with neon raining down on you from every corner of the sky. ... Or traveling across the Brooklyn Bridge ... (p. 23-25)

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