A while back, Beverly wrote a post about being well read. I found the spreadsheet and discovered I’m not well read according to that list. I believe that there are some that should be included that aren’t. In my defense, I have a difficult time with any Man Booker prize winner (I have a hate-love relationship with The Life of Pi probably because I’m still bummed that it’s not a maths book like I thought!). It took me a while but I finally decided to sign up for the challenge.

Here’s my list, not really in any order. I think it will be a challenge as I didn’t exactly choose short reads:

  1. Middlesex
  2. Gravity

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    1. Pride and Prejudice is a great read-aloud book, if you and E are into that.

    2. Neal and I plan to read Walden together when he finishes the novel he’s on now. We realized we live close enough to take an easy day trip after we read it, which should be fun!

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    3. Let me know when you read Walden – it’s on my pile for the summer and I’d like to read along!

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    4. I love the Fairy Knitting Podcast. It rocks!

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    5. I really enjoyed this one more. Perhaps it is because Godmother Elena had a small appearance and while parts of the story felt disjointed I enjoyed it much more than Fortune’s Fool.

      And perhaps it is because you had different expectations as well? :)

    6. Pride and Prejudice is also a great listen. The Once and Future King was one of my favorites as a kid!

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