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Keep track of all the books I read in 2008 (read all 77 entries…)

so i started a new book, but am pretty sure i wont’ be able to finish it before the new year!

what to do? do i count it in 08 or 09?

tell me what you think, 43friends!


Faustus movin' right along...


Why not? :)

oh come ON

that’s cheating!!!

don’t you think?

Faustus movin' right along...

It depends

what is considered ethical for you. You can, of course, list it in neither 08 nor 09 and bask in freedom from material world.

Wikipedia says that would be going from Cyrenaic hedonism to Stoicism! :)

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Faustus movin' right along...


get over yourself, you can’t judge me… I am the devil.

Was that a bit too far? :)

Not - Picasso's Muse

Flutterbyflyby3 The will to persevere is often the difference between failure and succ

Two options imho:

1) The year the MAJORITY of the book was read in;
2) The year you finish it, is the year it was read.

I am going with option 2 myself. Got a couple books I am reading that should finish soon.

... and with that click you have

received my first cheer of Oh Nine!

Happy New Year!!!!!!!

Flutterbyflyby3 The will to persevere is often the difference between failure and succ

Thank you!

and a very Happy New Year to you Bookish!

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i figured it out

it was you, Picasso’s Muse!

i remembered being asked this, but couldn’t find the comment…

okay, so here are my top five of 08 (at the moment)

1. The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks
2. The City of Ember
3. The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing, Traitor to the Nation
4. The Geography of Bliss: One Grump’s Search for the Happiest Places in the World
5. The Amber Spyglass by Philip Pullman

one bonus one for good luck in the new year!
*Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert


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bookish has gotten 2 cheers on this entry.

  • SallyKitt cheered this 5 years ago
  • Moose cheered this 5 years ago


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