Thursday, October 07, 2010

50 Most Famous & Impressive Debut Novels of All Time

50 Most Famous & Impressive Debut Novels of All Time - Learn-gasm

5 comments:

Undine said...

I had no idea so many of those were debut novels. (Although, wasn't "Gone With the Wind" Margaret Mitchell's first--and only--novel? If so, that should have been included.)

Anonymous said...

Where's A CONFEDERANCY OF DUNCES?

Jeff

Bud said...

Re: Where's A CONFEDERANCY OF DUNCES?

I'll ditto that!

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

Another list we're not on.

Anonymous said...

I always thought 'Player Piano" by Vonnegut kinda sucked.

Another sad thing -- since so many of these books are recent, they will fall away too. Like...

Where's "A Confederate Genreral from Big Sur" by Braughtigan???

Dan Luft