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Justin Cronin on Light Years – James Salter

“It’s like every sentence is a perfect jewel on black filth. As a writer, I have to read that book every year, just to be in the presence of the sentences.”
Justin Cronin, 54, writer, Texas (USA).

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Justin Cronin on his The Passage series

“Just for the record, I called my daughter to answer the question. Her answer is that in her own writing, her brain gives her sad people and she tries to write them to comfort. I like that.”
Justin Cronin, 54, writer, Texas (USA).

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Nathan Hill on his book The Nix

“I better love it, because I worked on it for ten years. If I didn’t love it, I would be in big trouble.”
Nathan Hill, 40, writer, Naples, FL (USA).

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Robert Harris on his book Conclave

“I felt spiritually deepened by writing this book and I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.”
Robert Harris, 59, writer, Kintbury (UK).

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Frank Witzel on his book Die Erfindung der Roten Armee Fraktion durch einen Teenager

“I turn a realistic idea into a little imaginary, you could say surrealistic, writing.”
Frank Witzel, 60, writer, Offenbach (DE).

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Frank Witzel on The God thinkable thinkable the God – W.F. Hermans

“I go to every publisher in Germany and say: ‘Please let this book be translated’. Germans can’t live without this book any longer!”
Frank Witzel, 60, writer, Offenbach (DE).

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Samuel Bjørk on American psycho – Bret Easton Ellis

“I never read a book that made me so physically interested; my body was somewhat shivering when I read it.”
Samuel Bjørk, 46, writer, Norway.

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Per Leo on The darkroom of Damocles – Willem Frederik Hermans

“The reader is really disturbed in the end and he loses the feeling of what is right and what is wrong.”
Per Leo, 43, writer, Berlin (DE).

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Per Leo on his book Flood and Soil

“It was supposed to be a non-fiction book, but it turned out to be a piece of literature.”
Per Leo, 43, writer, Berlin (DE).

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Paul Bühre over De naam van de wind – Patrick Rothfuss

“It’s great, I don’t know how to explain, but it’s really awesome. You just keep reading, you want to know how it goes on.”
Paul Bühre, 16, scholier, Berlijn (Duitsland).

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