Four Words: September 2013

  • September 13, 2013

You want to find a book to read, but who has 30 seconds to peruse those back-of-the-cover blurbs? Not you! You need a synopsis now, this minute, preferably yesterday. Well, here you are: four-word descriptions of a few great titles. Go!

Four Words: September 2013

Midnight’s Children  by Salman Rushdie

United, partitioned, ravaged, renewed.

Atonement by Ian McEwan

Nobody gets a mulligan.

The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov

Satan moves to Moscow.

On Writing  by Stephen King  

Sit down. Write. Repeat.

In a Sunburned Country  by Bill Bryson  

Everything’s funnier Down Under.

Have a clever, uber-short book synopsis of your own? Add it to the comments section below, tweet it to @WIRoB with the hashtag #fourwords, or post it on our Facebook page. You just may see it in the next installment of Four Words!

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