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    Craig Jones
    Written on May 25, 2018
    "It's easy to forget that Amazon even has competitors these days, but Barnes & Noble is still my go-to. I read a lot of novels, and love having bookshelves filled with books. B&N seems to send me coupons all the time, and if you're lucky enough to still have a physical B&N in your area, you can buy online and often go pick up the book to skip the wait on shipping. Great selection as well."
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      ER
      Emma Reynolds
      Written on May 1, 2018
      "I liked the book, its author shows us the conflicts of the Spanish Civil War between the army of Franco and the Republicans, but also gives us to know the internal struggle of each of these men of the time. A classic"
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      Emma Reynolds
      Written on May 1, 2018
      "I liked the book, its author shows us the conflicts of the Spanish Civil War between the army of Franco and the Republicans, but also gives us to know the internal struggle of each of these men of the time. A classic"
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      Saúl Castro
      Written on April 30, 2018
      "The grapes of wrath is one of those books I had always heard about being a great classic. I just don't like reading about such depressing topics like the great depression or about families trying to survive."
      SC
      Saúl Castro
      Written on April 30, 2018
      "The grapes of wrath is one of those books I had always heard about being a great classic. I just don't like reading about such depressing topics like the great depression or about families trying to survive."
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      Dennis Davidson
      Written on April 28, 2018
      "this is a great book. id say that everyone needs to read this book"
      DD
      Dennis Davidson
      Written on April 28, 2018
      "this is a great book. id say that everyone needs to read this book"
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      CM
      Craig Miller
      Written on April 22, 2018
      "This book is recommended by virtually everyone. It is one of the greatest works of science fiction of all time. Interesting, funny, and thought provoking. 10 stars on a 5 point scale."
      CM
      Craig Miller
      Written on April 22, 2018
      "This book is recommended by virtually everyone. It is one of the greatest works of science fiction of all time. Interesting, funny, and thought provoking. 10 stars on a 5 point scale."
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      TW
      Terry Woods
      Written on April 14, 2018
      "I am usually not a fan of the books recommended by Esquire, but when my friend also recommended this to me I decided to give it a try. I was pleasantly surprised to read the interesting story of a young woman."
      TW
      Terry Woods
      Written on April 14, 2018
      "I am usually not a fan of the books recommended by Esquire, but when my friend also recommended this to me I decided to give it a try. I was pleasantly surprised to read the interesting story of a young woman."
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      Tammy Tran
      Written on April 19, 2018
      "Flannery O'Connor is truly a master of the short story. After the first one, you're hooked. Reading her work is like getting throat punched repeatedly, but liking it. Highly recommend if your looking for a quick read full of suspense and anticipation."
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      Tammy Tran
      Written on April 19, 2018
      "Flannery O'Connor is truly a master of the short story. After the first one, you're hooked. Reading her work is like getting throat punched repeatedly, but liking it. Highly recommend if your looking for a quick read full of suspense and anticipation."
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      PB
      Peter Bates
      Written on April 15, 2018
      "Recommended in Esquire's 2015 80 best books every man should read is a realistic depiction of boxing that gives you interesting and well-developed characters and distinctive dialogues. "It's about fighting, but it's also about watching and listening, and it's about patience, and honing, and craft, and sparseness, and beauty, and crushing, awful defeat." This book definitely gives me the feeling that i'm looking for in a boxing story."
      PB
      Peter Bates
      Written on April 15, 2018
      "Recommended in Esquire's 2015 80 best books every man should read is a realistic depiction of boxing that gives you interesting and well-developed characters and distinctive dialogues. "It's about fighting, but it's also about watching and listening, and it's about patience, and honing, and craft, and sparseness, and beauty, and crushing, awful defeat." This book definitely gives me the feeling that i'm looking for in a boxing story."
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      BH
      Beverly Harris
      Written on April 26, 2018
      "The Invisible Man is a great book about struggle and perseverance. I'm not sure if any book can be "the best" book ever, but this is a recommended read for sure."
      BH
      Beverly Harris
      Written on April 26, 2018
      "The Invisible Man is a great book about struggle and perseverance. I'm not sure if any book can be "the best" book ever, but this is a recommended read for sure."
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      KM
      Katherine Moreno
      Written on April 30, 2018
      "An excellent choice for an advance reader who wants to combine a little bit of both Indian history and fantasy. The author writes for advanced readers, therefore making this book appropriate for graduate level classes in the study of India and it's culture. This book is not for the faint of heart or those who struggle to comprehend advanced concepts."
      KM
      Katherine Moreno
      Written on April 30, 2018
      "An excellent choice for an advance reader who wants to combine a little bit of both Indian history and fantasy. The author writes for advanced readers, therefore making this book appropriate for graduate level classes in the study of India and it's culture. This book is not for the faint of heart or those who struggle to comprehend advanced concepts."
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      Abel Aranda
      Written on May 6, 2018
      "Rabbit, Run is top shelf fiction you will be glad you choose. The only thing I was not a fan of was the excessive sex talk. I was going to stop reading, but I am glad I did not. Only recommended for adults."
      AA
      Abel Aranda
      Written on May 6, 2018
      "Rabbit, Run is top shelf fiction you will be glad you choose. The only thing I was not a fan of was the excessive sex talk. I was going to stop reading, but I am glad I did not. Only recommended for adults."
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      Robert Jensen
      Written on April 25, 2018
      "In this non-fiction book author Richard Ben Cramer takes us into the hectic and surreal world of political campaigning. He reviews the 1988 presidential race and gives us readers new information from behind the scenes."
      RJ
      Robert Jensen
      Written on April 25, 2018
      "In this non-fiction book author Richard Ben Cramer takes us into the hectic and surreal world of political campaigning. He reviews the 1988 presidential race and gives us readers new information from behind the scenes."
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      LF
      Louis Flores
      Written on May 4, 2018
      "Poor solution. Gets 4.1 out of 5 stars on Amazon but it's thinly reviewed."
      LF
      Louis Flores
      Written on May 4, 2018
      "Poor solution. Gets 4.1 out of 5 stars on Amazon but it's thinly reviewed."
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      LB
      Linda Brewer
      Written on May 15, 2018
      "This is a book that you either love or yawn through. I'm from Ohio so I thought I would really enjoy it, but it is a bit slow for my taste. If you have trouble sleeping, however, it is a great option."
      LB
      Linda Brewer
      Written on May 15, 2018
      "This is a book that you either love or yawn through. I'm from Ohio so I thought I would really enjoy it, but it is a bit slow for my taste. If you have trouble sleeping, however, it is a great option."
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      Dylan Hayes
      Written on May 17, 2018
      "I found it strange that a book that received Esquires' seal of approval wasn't able to hold my interest. Although the first few stories were appealing, the writer's style was very different from what I am accustomed to and I couldn't keep up."
      DH
      Dylan Hayes
      Written on May 17, 2018
      "I found it strange that a book that received Esquires' seal of approval wasn't able to hold my interest. Although the first few stories were appealing, the writer's style was very different from what I am accustomed to and I couldn't keep up."

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    Best recommended books by Esquire
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 For Whom the Bell Tolls Books 326 Paid
    2 The Grapes of Wrath Books 287 Paid
    3 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Books 279 Paid
    4 Slaughterhouse-Five Books 270 Paid
    5 American Pastoral Books 245 Paid
    6 A Good Man Is Hard to Find and Other Stories Books 231 Paid
    7 The Professional Books 220 Paid
    8 Invisible Man Books 202 Paid
    9 Midnight's Children Books 184 Paid
    10 Rabbit, Run Books 165 Paid
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