75 Books Challenge

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75 Books Challenge

Editado: Maio 22, 12:00 pm

Hi all, I am an avid reader and I have increased my reading in the past two years or so as I have come realize that there are so many books and so little time! Goal Achieved on 5/21/23 has been a mixture of reading for pleasure with my 6 years old, works of fiction by Michael Connelly and Jack Carr as well as non-fictional works often related to my travels or what's going on in the world at this point in time.

Maio 22, 9:40 pm

Welcome, and congrats for hitting the goal!

Maio 23, 2:11 pm

Welcome Thanesh!

Jul 4, 10:55 am

Huh. The Dylan book caught my eye - had no idea he’s written it. Onto the TBR pile!

Jul 5, 5:16 pm

>5 drneutron: Yeah was a great read but keep your phone handy to play the songs that he references from Youtube, made the experience all the more special for me!

Editado: Out 31, 1:22 pm

Books read in August

115.1. How to Sell a Haunted House by Grady Hendrix
116.2. She Is a Haunting by Trang Thanh Tran
117.3. The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas
118.4. Miracle and Wonder: Conversations with Paul Simon by Malcolm Gladwell
119.5. Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
120.6. The Dutch House by Ann Patchett
121.7. Lone Survivor by Marcus Luttrell
122.8. Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

2 Non-Fiction and 6 Fiction
Finally got around to reading the all-time American Classic Gone with the Wind
After listening to Snoop Dogg Words and Music last month I attended his concert last week

Nov 3, 10:24 am

>10 thanesh: Congratulations on reaching 2 x 75!

Nov 7, 9:33 am

Thank you, it's been an awesome journey!