Donna Tartt’s THE GOLDFINCH Wins Pulitzer Prize

Lucy McB:

Reblogged from the wonderful Book People’s Blog. I am thinking I’ll have to read this now….despite some mixed reviews I’ve seen. ;)

Originally posted on BookPeople's Blog:

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Donna Tartt! Donna Tartt!

The winners of this year’s Pulitzer Prizes have been announced and we’re thrilled to see Donna Tartt’s wonderful novel The Goldfinch recognized with a Pulitzer Prize in Fiction. Check out all the winners here.

Congratulations to Tartt and all the fine folks at Little Brown & Company who brought The Goldfinch into the world. Book lovers, if you haven’t already, we strongly advise you get yourself copies of The Goldfinch, The Little Friend and The Secret History as soon as humanly possible (we have them all in stock). Because Donna Tartt, y’all. DONNA TARTT.

Consuelo was one of the first among us here to read The Goldfinch. Check out her review and love for all things Donna Tartt.

Congrats to all of this year’s Pulitzer winners!

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4 Responses to Donna Tartt’s THE GOLDFINCH Wins Pulitzer Prize

  1. Chris Sullivan says:

    As The Goldfinch was shortlisted for this year’s Bailey’s Women’s Prize for Fiction I have too read it. But I am reading the other five short-listed books then I will take a deep breath and dive into the 800 pages of Donna Tartt’s novel


  2. Lucy B says:

    800 pages….I had no idea! ;)


  3. WORDMAN says:

    I highly, highly recommend The Secret History.


  4. Lucy B says:

    Thanks Wordman – I’ll check it out. I have actually started the Goldfinch and can’t put it down.


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