Jack Kerouac

#TitleYearScore
1Add to wishlist.On the Road195752.48
2Add to wishlist.Dharma Bums195821.98
3Add to wishlist.The Subterraneans195815.50
4Add to wishlist.Visions of Cody196014.63
5Add to wishlist.Big Sur196213.38
6Add to wishlist.Desolation Angels196512.97
7Add to wishlist.The Town and the City195012.93
8Add to wishlist.Doctor Sax195910.36
9Add to wishlist.Visions of Gerard196310.16
10Add to wishlist.Lonesome Traveler19608.56
11Add to wishlist.Vanity of Duluoz19688.08
12Add to wishlist.Tristessa19607.77
13Add to wishlist.Book of Dreams19607.14
14Add to wishlist.Maggie Cassidy19596.97
15Add to wishlist.Satori in Paris19656.24

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