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52 Book Challenge

I will be posting on the four books I read for the month and reviewing my thoughts. Most of the first books I’ll be reading are one’s from my shelf that I haven’t had a chance to read. I’m also in a few informal book clubs, reading works from the banned books list, so there will be some classics among the list. Can’t wait to complete this challenge! Books are great.

january January

Felix J. Palma

 Oscar Wilde

 Jeanne DuPrau

 David Sedaris

DSCN0408 February

Alice Sebold

Vladimir Nabokov

Suzanne Roth

March books March

 Orson Scott Card

 Markus Zusak

 Tom Rob Smith

 David Sedaris

 April April

 

Jerry Stahl

Meg Wolitzer

Aldous Huxley

Alan Bradley

may bookshelf May

Truman Capote

Daniel J. Levitin

David Sedaris

David Rakoff

all four June

Maya Angelou

A.M Homes

Denis Johnson

Eowyn Ivey

photo(63) July

Kristopher Jansma

Cristina Baker Kline

James Frey

photo(63) August

Augusten Burroughs

David Sheff

photo 1(1)September

David Sedaris

Jose Saramago

Mario Puzo

Adam Gopnik

IMG_2268October

Elizabeth Gilbert

P.D James

James Dashner

David Sedaris

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2 comments on “52 Book Challenge

  1. ditchthebun
    April 21, 2014

    Could you be talking about me? 🙂 If so I am very flattered that you decided to do this challenge too. Amazingly we have also chosen some of the same books 🙂 I read the Roth series not long ago.
    I am very excited to be sharing this challenge with someone. Thank you also for the follow and I have followed you so I can look at what you are reading and maybe get some ideas, I have never read Ender’s Game so maybe I can look at that sometime soon. I really want to read The maze runner by Dashner, I have a reserve on it at my local Library and am hoping it comes in soon 🙂
    I have had The Hobbit on my shelf for ages now… almost a year so I definitely need to get to that haha. Looking forward to sharing the journey.

    • authorintraining5280
      April 23, 2014

      The Hobbit is a pretty good one! It’s amazing how that happens that time flies by and books just pile up. But I will keep following and look forward to seeing what books your reading.

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