• Close, but not quite 50!

    Posted by BookThia, 4 years ago

    Here is a list of the books I managed to finish in 2010. I'm 9 short of 50, but on the up-side, I am 6 books more than 2009!

    41. South of Broad by Pat Conroy ****
    40. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling ****
    39. Skipping Christmas by John Grisham **
    38. The Mother Tongue by Bill Bryson ***
    37. Awakening Brilliance by Pamela Sims **
    36. Children of God by Mary Doria Russell ***
    35. Sisterchicks on the Loose by Robin Jones Gunn ***
    34. Great Expectations by Charles Dickens ****
    33. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince by J.K. Rowling ****
    32. Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson ****
    31. The Jane Austen Book Club by Karen Joy Fowler **
    30. The Cellist of Sarajevo by Stephen Galloway ****
    29. The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion ***
    28. The Spinning Wheel by Rosa Maria Perez ***
    27. Morality for Beautiful Girls by Alexander McCall Smith ***
    26. Tears of the Giraffe by Alexander McCall Smith ***
    25. Life on the Refrigerator Door by Alice Kuipers ***
    24. Q&A by Vikram Swarup ***
    23.On Beauty by Zadie Smith**
    22. Extremely Close and Incredibly Loud by Jonathan Safran Foer ****
    21. God's Politics: Why the Right Gets it Wrong and the Left Doesn't Get It" by Jim Wallis **
    20. The Birth House by Ami McKay *****
    19. Mattimeo by Brian Jacques ***
    18. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer*
    17. Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage by Alice Munro ***
    16. Rush Home Road by Lori Lansens ****
    15. Elegance by Kathleen Tessaro ***
    14. Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austin ****
    13. Letters from Yellowstone by Diane Smith ***
    12. Death in the Air by Daniel Peacock **
    11. Vernon God Little by DCB Pierre ***
    10. Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief by Rick Riorden ***
    9. The Constant Princess by Philippa Gregory ****
    8. The Book of Ruth by Jane Hamilton ***
    7.The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell *****
    6. Fugitive Pieces by Anne Michaels *****
    5. Good to a Fault by Marina Endicott ****
    4. The Outcast of Redwall by Brian Jacques ***
    3. Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy (reread) *
    2. The Pagan Christ by Tom Harpur ***
    1. The Agony and the Ecstacy: A Novel of Michelangelo by Irving Stone***

Comments on this post:
  • 4 years ago

    Congrats BT for reading 41 books! I see there are some more meaty titles in your list, which will definitely slow you down, but that's a good thing. I didn't reach 50 quite either...Also, thanks for your best of recommends. I'm especially intrigued by The Sparrow.

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  • 4 years ago

    Congratulations - I never worry about how many - I have thoroughly enjoyed the "structure" of my recreational reading over the past 2 years. It is really great fun to share with others - I have found many, many books that I might otherwise not have read & have avoided some that I might have picked up! I just love to read...and this community group makes it even more pleasurable... see you in 2011!

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  • 4 years ago

    quality, not quantity;) i find this group is great for making us more mindful of reading, but isn't judgmental about how many we actually read:P:) Plus, it looks like you read (and enjoyed) some really good ones, and that's always good to celebrate!:D

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  • 4 years ago

    I'm so glad others are still reading the classics like Austin, Stevenson and Dickens. This makes me happy!

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