John Barth

#TitleYearScore
1Add to wishlist.LETTERS197950.87
2Add to wishlist.Lost in the Funhouse196834.29
3Add to wishlist.The Sot-Weed Factor196027.11
4Add to wishlist.Giles Goat-Boy196624.80
5Add to wishlist.Chimera197223.44
6Add to wishlist.The Floating Opera195621.91
7Add to wishlist.The End of the Road195821.01
8Add to wishlist.Once Upon a Time199413.03
9Add to wishlist.Sabbatical198212.12
10Add to wishlist.The Tidewater Tales198711.76
11Add to wishlist.The Last Voyage of Somebody the Sailor19918.55

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