November round up

book of the month .

Well I ve let the blog go a bit to pot this month and also my reading .hope to make up this month on blogging and reading .I ve read  this month .

  1. City pick amsterdam edited by Heather Reyes and Victor Schiferi .
  2. Autonauts of the cosmoroutes by Julio Cortazar and Carol Dunlop.
  3. Purge by Sofi Oskannen .
  4. three trapped tigers by G Cabrera Infante .
  5. Tail of the Blue Bird by Nii Ayikwei Parkes.
  6. ilustrado by Miguel Syjuco
  7. windows on the world by Frederic Beigbeder
  8. A buyers market by Anthony Powell .
  9. The book of chamleons by Jose Eduardo Agualusa .

That is 9 in all the least for some months ,I m not a winter person and hate dark nights so have been reading less .

Challenges –

books for the year 119 want to read hundred but passed that a while ago hope to finsh with over 125 .

around the world in 52 books 20/52 one more from orginal list read .

Next month Novella reading first weekend and want to clear library pile that has built up .and finsh year reading 2666 .

6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Richard
    Dec 04, 2010 @ 01:06:29

    Finishing the year with 2666 sounds like a great plan to me, Stu! Of course, I’m a little biased because I’m thinking about rereading it next year. In the meantime, #3, #4 and #6 on your list above are books I’d like to read myself one day. P.S. Do you find blogging influences your book selection or do you read whatever you want whenever you want regardless?

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    • winstonsdad
      Dec 04, 2010 @ 19:14:02

      Sometimes Richard but on whole Ilike to find books that I ve not seen or heard about constantly try to find something new whether old or new just love hunting round library catalogue or bookshops for the different ,all the best stu

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  2. amymckie
    Dec 04, 2010 @ 15:33:34

    You still read quite a few books for reading less lately! Best of luck in December, and great plans 🙂

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  3. Tom C
    Dec 04, 2010 @ 22:38:39

    Purge is excellent but VERY heart-rending. Almost too harrowing to read at times – or so I found.

    Reply

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