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2018 Reading Log
1) Gilead Robinson 4 Jan
2) March: Book One Lewis 5 Jan
3) The Stranger Camus 6 Jan
4) Bad Feminist Gay 6 Jan
5) March: Book Two Lewis 14 Jan
6) March: Book Three Lewis 24 Jan
7) Little Fires Everywhere (audio) Ng 26 Jan
8) Artemis Weir 29 Jan
9) Age Of Miracles 4 Feb
10) Flower Confidential Stewart 9 Feb
11) Lincoln in the Bardo (audio) Saunders 20 Feb
12) The Eyre Affair Fforde 25 Feb
13) Bonk (audio) Roach 5 Mar
14) Fahrenheit 451 (audio) Bradbury 19 Mar
15) Fives and Twenty-fives Pitre 19 Mar
Categories for library challenge:
1. Book by a favorite author
X2. 1st in series not read before - The Eyre Affair
3. Adapted into movie
4. On must-read list (10)
5. 2018 libraryreads list
6. Under 150 pages
7. Published in 2018
8. Graphic novel
9. Biography or memoir
10. Current NYT bestseller list
11. A classic
X12. Banned book - Fahrenheit 451
X13. Book I can read in one day -Fives and Twenty-fives
14. Set someplace I’d like to travel
X15. YA/teen - Age of Miracles
17. Book with title that describes my life
19. Audio book (11)
20. True story
X21. About science - Bonk
22. Ocean on cover
23. Red spine (10)
24. With pictures. (10)
25. Set in a hotel/motel
Welcome! Nice list; I really want to read March, was contemplating buying the set, but $$, lol. I'm also interested in Bad feminist. You should share your thoughts on what you've finished. :)
Yes, don't hesitate to share your thoughts, even with a few words!
What did you think of The stranger? This is a book that really struck me. Actually I think I should read it again sometime...
The March set was available at our library. It is gorgeous - you really should look to borrow it, at least
Sad to say I didn’t enjoy Bad Feminist all that much. Did love the pieces about competitive Scrabble, of all things.
I thought the stranger was interesting even just on the surface... I’ve never studied philosophy so I have no idea what deeper meanings I’m supposed to find in it.
>5 Milda-TX: I would, they'd probably have it (they have a large GN section, even for English), but libraries here aren't free, you have to pay an annual fee, and since I have so very many books that need reading on my shelves, I decided to stop renewing several years ago. We do still have my husband's alumnus access for the uni library, different selection, no GNs, haha, but it works. ;) It's on my wishlist, though, John Lewis is amazing.
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