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Two Month Review

By Three Percent

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Description

Each “season” of Two Month Review highlights a new and amazing work of world literature, reading it slowly over the course of eight to nine episodes. Featuring a rotating set of literary guests—from authors to booksellers, critics, and translators—each episode recaps a short section of the book and uses that as a springboard for a fun (and often irreverent) discussion about literature in a general sense, pop culture, reading approaches, and much more. Talking about great books doesn't need to be deadly serious, and 2MR makes it fun to everyone (even if you’re not reading along).

Customer Reviews

Great offshoot of another great podcast

This is a super fun new series from the Three Percent Podcast. An original and fun digital book club offering an in-depth analysis of a single book over a two-month period, with each episode featuring a different special guest who is somehow connected to the book. The first book covered is The Invented Part by Rodrigo Fresán. I've been reading the book and following along with the podcasts and it has been a blast. The hosts are funny, the content is wide ranging and free flowing (at times to a fault), the guests are well selected and insightful—a recent episode featured the great Jonathan Lethem. Definitely worth checking out.

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This is a must for those who take their novels seriously. It's like getting to go to a reading except you get to hear from so many more people who are connected with the creation of that novel. Brilliant idea, nothing that I know of is like it––and the hosts are hilarious!

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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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