Sean Beaudoin

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For some reason when I was in high school I read the same group of books over and over. Somehow it was a source of comfort to have a stack of nine or ten of them that I knew backward and forward and would go back to between other stuff or insanely dull school work. I would just open them anywhere at random, read a chapter or two, and then move on. I don't think I've read any of these books since then, but I still have copies of them all and some times late at night when I'm lying in bed and can't sleep, it's good to know they're down there, in the shelves, just in case.

Great Jones Street                                                                                 Don Delillo
Dune                                                                                                         Frank Herbert
The Basketball Diaries                                                                          Jim Carroll
Why Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?                                   Phillip K. Dick
Cities Of The Red Night                                                                        William Burroughs
Money                                                                                                      Martin Amis
Psychotic Reactions And Carburetor Dung                                     Lester Bangs
The Subterraneans                                                                               Jack Kerouac
The Killer Inside Me                                                                             Jim Thompson
Cat's Cradle                                                                                           Kurt Vonnegut
Fear And Loathing On The Campaign Trail '72                              Hunter S. Thompson
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