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Best Food Writing 2006
I was worried that reading this book would just make me hungry all the time. Instead, I've found myself laughing and tearing up (which is very inconvenient on the bus). The writing is brilliant, and so far, I've learned about a fishing village, how homeless people make ad hoc kitchens, and the perfect tomato sauce recipe.
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest
I'm sad to report that I didn't love this book as much as the first in the series, but – to be fair to Larsen – it was published posthumously, so maybe he didn't get to rewrite it the way he wanted. I'm glad to have spent so much time with these characters, and I really love what the books have to say about deep friendship, trust, and having a personal code.
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