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I'm looking a bit ahead in my reading list, and I need some suggestions on:

11. Read something political.
— bonus: Read something political from/about a country you aren't from and don't currently live in

I don't ever really read any political fiction or non-fiction so I have no idea where to start. I'm not absolutely dedicated to doing the Bonus as well, but for reference I'm in the US, and I imagine there's tons of good books on non-US politics I've never heard of.

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I'm looking a bit ahead in my reading list, and I need some suggestions on:

11. Read something political.
— bonus: Read something political from/about a country you aren't from and don't currently live in

I don't ever really read any political fiction or non-fiction so I have no idea where to start. I'm not absolutely dedicated to doing the Bonus as well, but for reference I'm in the US, and I imagine there's tons of good books on non-US politics I've never heard of.

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I'm looking a bit ahead in my reading list, and I need some suggestions on:

11. Read something political.
— bonus: Read something political from/about a country you aren't from and don't currently live in

I don't ever really read any political fiction or non-fiction so I have no idea where to start. I'm not absolutely dedicated to doing the Bonus as well, but for reference I'm in the US, and I imagine there's tons of good books on non-US politics I've never heard of.

Earlier in the year you read Heart of Darkness; you could read King Leopold's Ghost to get more perspective there.

Also Max Gladstone's work is intensely political, though also fantasy/satire. You could totally count those books as you read more!

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Earlier in the year you read Heart of Darkness; you could read King Leopold's Ghost to get more perspective there.

Also Max Gladstone's work is intensely political, though also fantasy/satire. You could totally count those books as you read more!

I've been considering King Leopold's Ghost, maybe I'll dive into that. I've also been meaning to read Things Fall Apart, and some of Achebe's critiques of Heart of Darkness afterwards, so I think that would tie in well too.

I guess I never would have thought of Gladstone's stuff as "political," but yeah it totally is, in a fictional context. I'm actually reading Two Serpents Rise right now.

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Sorry for the double-post, but I'm planning out the rest of my booklord challenge cuz it's fun, I need a couple of ideas/recs though.

Any recommendations for:

21. Read something that involves Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
— bonus: Read something about hunger


And also, are there any resources out there for finding out what books are currently banned in their country of origin? I can find a ton of lists of books that are commonly challenged/banned but not a good accounting of what is currently banned on a large scale.

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Any recommendations for:

21. Read something that involves Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
— bonus: Read something about hunger

Will let anyone chime in with actual recommendations, but just wanted to remind that these are heavily up to personal interpretation and what you want to get out of the challenge.

For the hierarchy you can choose something that actually involves discussion of the theory itself, or break it down to a specific need and read a novel covering that. Which uh, should be pretty easy since I would say you'd be hard pressed to not find a novel about surviving, making friends, finding safety, getting recognition, self-actualizing, etc

Same with hunger. You can read a non-fic book about food preparation, a novel about people trying to find food or "hungering" in a more symbolic way, or one of the several literal books entitled "Hunger"

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Sorry for the double-post, but I'm planning out the rest of my booklord challenge cuz it's fun, I need a couple of ideas/recs though.

Any recommendations for:

21. Read something that involves Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
— bonus: Read something about hunger


And also, are there any resources out there for finding out what books are currently banned in their country of origin? I can find a ton of lists of books that are commonly challenged/banned but not a good accounting of what is currently banned on a large scale.

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Heh I know nothing about this book but saw it discussed in the lit thread once upon a time and was tempted to read it for that challenge just on the title alone.

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May 23, 2003



FYI the other one I was thinking of was Hunger by Roxane Gay

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Heh I know nothing about this book but saw it discussed in the lit thread once upon a time and was tempted to read it for that challenge just on the title alone.

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April!

28. Nemesis Games (Expanse #5) - James S.A. Corey
29. Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter - Tom Franklin
30. Words are My Matter - Ursula K. Leguin
31. Babylon’s Ashes (Expanse #6) - James S.A. Corey
32. Live by Night - Dennis Lehane
33. Royal Flash - George MacDonald Fraser
34. Children of Blood and Bone - Tomi Adeyemi

The standouts this month were Live by Night and Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter. Live by Night was as good as Lehane can usually be - following a gangster from Boston to Tampa in the years of Prohibition - while Crooked Letter was about a very rural Alabama town and its history of crimes. Both were really good.
Royal Flash was classic Flashman.
The Expanse books continued to be pretty entertaining, though I may hold off on book 7 until closer to the release date of book 8.
The LeGuin had a lot of good essays and book reviews, but having them all collected together led to some redundancy and repetitiveness. Still, the woman was a wordsmith, no denying that.
Finally, Children of Blood and Bone is the new hype-fantasy (it's African!!) and was, well, pretty okay.

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6. Ask another poster to issue you a wildcard, then read it.
7. Get a recommendation from a friend or loved one.
8. Read something written before you were born.
9. Read a book published in 2018 (or if you're eager to start early, the latter half of 2017).
10. Read something translated from another language.
11. Read something political.
12. Read a poetry collection.
13. Read a collection of short stories.
14. Read a play.
15. Read something involving history.
16. Read something biographical.
17. Read something about religion.
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April was hell, I only had time to finish two books, though I'm partway through a couple of others.

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18 - after sex birth control The Last Kingdom - Bernard Cornwell. Despite being rather into historical fiction, I've never read any Cornwell before and this was a blast. Miles better than the TV adaptation. Felt like it didn't pull any punches, didn't try to soften things for a modern reader.

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Challenges in progress:
1. Set a goal for number of books or another personal challenge: 33/70
2. Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 20% of them are written by women.7/14
— bonus: Of these make sure half are by authors new to you 6/7
3. Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 20% of them are written by someone non-white. 6/14
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4. Read at least one book by an LGBT author.
— bonus: Make sure 10% of the books you read this year are by LGBT authors 0/7
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— bonus: Participate in the SHAMEFUL The Greatest Books You've Never Read thread
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— bonus: Read something that wins an award in 2018, but only after it is announced (i.e. don't apply retroactively)
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— bonus: Read something political from/about a country you aren't from and don't currently live in
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— bonus: Read something about a (nonfictional) war that didn't involve the U.S.
16. Read something biographical.
— bonus: Read something biographical about someone you've met/seen in person
17. Read something about religion.
— bonus: Read a major religious text
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19. Read something that has been banned, censored, or challenged.
— bonus: Read something currently banned, censored, or challenged in its country of origin
20. Read something about music.
— bonus: Read something about a genre of music you're explicitly not a fan of
21. Read something that involves Maslow's hierarchy of needs.
— bonus: Read something about hunger
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May 23, 2003



24. Borne by Jeff VanderMeer
25. Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco
26. What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky by Lesley Nneka Arimah
27. The Best American Short Stories 2017
28. The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism by Edward E. Baptist
29. The Virginia State Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded: Poems by Molly McCully Brown
30. Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes
31. Aniara: An Epic Science Fiction Poem by Harry Martinson
32. Delicious Foods by James Hannaham
33. The Coming Plague: Newly Emerging Diseases in a World Out of Balance by Laurie Garrett

Pretty solid month especially once I finished up Focault's Pendulum. Heavier non-fic with Half Has Never Been Told and Coming Plague, both of which were really informative and had a good deal of depth. I always enjoy the Best American series as well and I highlight a few authors to check out later.

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24. Borne by Jeff VanderMeer
25. Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco
26. What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky by Lesley Nneka Arimah
27. The Best American Short Stories 2017
28. The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism by Edward E. Baptist
29. The Virginia State Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded: Poems by Molly McCully Brown
30. Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes
31. Aniara: An Epic Science Fiction Poem by Harry Martinson
32. Delicious Foods by James Hannaham
33. The Coming Plague: Newly Emerging Diseases in a World Out of Balance by Laurie Garrett

Pretty solid month especially once I finished up Focault's Pendulum. Heavier non-fic with Half Has Never Been Told and Coming Plague, both of which were really informative and had a good deal of depth. I always enjoy the Best American series as well and I highlight a few authors to check out later.

Also reminder for anyone still following along with the bi-weekly challenges, next week will be biography.

I'm curious as to how you liked What it Means When a Man Falls from the Sky

I've totally read a biography. Review to come with a writeup tomorrow and probably to be reposted next week as well.

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24. Borne by Jeff VanderMeer
25. Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco
26. What It Means When a Man Falls from the Sky by Lesley Nneka Arimah
27. The Best American Short Stories 2017
28. The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism by Edward E. Baptist
29. The Virginia State Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded: Poems by Molly McCully Brown
30. Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes
31. Aniara: An Epic Science Fiction Poem by Harry Martinson
32. Delicious Foods by James Hannaham
33. The Coming Plague: Newly Emerging Diseases in a World Out of Balance by Laurie Garrett

Pretty solid month especially once I finished up Focault's Pendulum. Heavier non-fic with Half Has Never Been Told and Coming Plague, both of which were really informative and had a good deal of depth. I always enjoy the Best American series as well and I highlight a few authors to check out later.

Also reminder for anyone still following along with the bi-weekly challenges, next week will be biography.

I absolutely love Foucault's Pendulum. I read it when I was 15 or 16 when I was a little obsessed with the occult and secret societies, and it was an eye-opening book in the way it treated those sorts of things in a simultaneously po-faced and wry way.

What did you think of Borne and Broken Monsters? I got maybe twenty pages into the former and never really got grabbed by it so I didn't finish it, but I'd still like to go back to it. The latter intrigues me because I love horror and Zoo City, it seems like Beukes could write a pretty excellent horror novel.

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Three books. Not much. Work was hell, then my dad got sick passed away, so I’ve been dealing with that and traveling across the world for the past week. Anyway.

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WiMWaMFftS was great, the title story in particular was super inventive and well done, and none of the magic realism ever gets in the way of telling good human stories. I was dividing it between the Best American Short Stories and another one I really liked was one in which a mother is constantly running insurance scams, which I forgot was in this collection instead of the other until I looked it up.

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I absolutely love Foucault's Pendulum. I read it when I was 15 or 16 when I was a little obsessed with the occult and secret societies, and it was an eye-opening book in the way it treated those sorts of things in a simultaneously po-faced and wry way.

What did you think of Borne and Broken Monsters? I got maybe twenty pages into the former and never really got grabbed by it so I didn't finish it, but I'd still like to go back to it. The latter intrigues me because I love horror and Zoo City, it seems like Beukes could write a pretty excellent horror novel.

It's crazy to me how old FP is because I feel like I've read several worse takes on the same type of story, but it is also satirizing that kind of story as well (the books I'm thinking of are of course the lovely Dan Brown ones but also Crash Gordon and the Mysteries of Kingsburg and also more recently Mr. Penumbra's 24 Hour Book Store).

Borne was good for what it was, I picked it up after watching Annihilation which was extremely my poo poo. It did feel a little long and at times redundant, but it had more surreal post apocalyptic imagery that I usually see which was a nice change of pace. The antagonist being a mom vs boy sex massive genetically engineered bear that I guess used to be a person was uhhh interesting to say the least

Broken Monsters wasn't as good as Beukes other magical crime thriller The Shining Girls, but I did very much enjoy the whole art angle of it.

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On top of all of that, of course, is an enormous amount of action. Martial arts with cyborg combatants features a staggering amount of detailed and grisly violence and gore, and even minor conflicts can get obscenely graphic. Combined with the exaggerated, cartoonish ugliness of so many of the supporting cast, Kishiro is able to really bring out feelings of revulsion.
My praise isn't unreserved, though. While the action and fight scenes are visually impressive, the pacing can drag, and the viscera can get stale when Alita's opponent has been reduced to putty but keep on fighting through some trick or other. There is also, for a lot of the series, a fixation on women and girls who are "damaged" in some way: serious physical and psychological trauma are common throughout the cast, but only with the female characters is this trauma something that can be supported through paternal or romantic love. It's not until Alita's operator Lou in the last third of the series that we get a woman other than the main character who has much self-determination.
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1. Djinn City by Saad Hossein
2. Tales of Falling and Flying by Ben Loory
3. The Dragon Behind the Glass: A True Story of Power, Obsession, and the World’s Most Coveted Fish by Emily Voigt
4. Sourdough by Robin Sloan
5. The Punch Escrow by Tal M Klein
6. The Accidental by Ali Smith
7. Gnomon by Nick Harkaway
8. All Systems Red by Martha Wells
9. Null States by Malka Older
10. The Last Cowboys of San Geronimo by Ian Stansel
11. For Isabel: A Mandala by Antonio Tabucch
12. The Silence of the Spirits by Wilfried N'Sonde
13.Glory Days by Melissa Fraterrigo
14. Amberlough by Lara Elena Donnelly
15. Goodbye, Vitamin by Rachel Khong
16. Sun of Suns by Karl Schroeder
17. After the End of the World by Jonathan L Howard
18. Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders
19. The Night Market by Jonathan Moore
20. The Emerald Circus by Jane Yolen
21. The Mannequin Makers by Craig Cliff

A pretty good month for reading. I read 10 books, but there was a play and a couple of short ones there midmonth that really pumped up my count. I managed a play, something biographical, and something published in my birth year, though that was entirely accidental. I'd intended the something biographical to be political, but it didn't quite hit that mark like I'd hoped. I'm in the midst of a big book about a foreign war, so I'll have that one sewn up by June. I feel like I've knocked a lot of the real easy stuff off the list and it's time to start strategizing for some of the remainder.

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This one is pretty straightforward, read a biography or autobiography. This loosely coincides with National Biographers day which is next Wednesday, May 16 so feel free to read it on that day as well.

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This year I grabbed tiny teen tit videos Eat the Apple by Matt Young. It's a memoir of his basic training and 3 tours in Iraq. Rather than being a more traditional narrative, it changes POV, at times being in first, second and third person, and even branches into other formats. A brief screenplay, a how to guide, packing checklists, and cartoons are a few of the methods used to get across points. In some interviews I've read, Young credits this to "flash nonfiction" which creates short vignettes and may be experimental. Young's focus isn't always directly on what he did or experienced, but as using those experiences to look at how those systems can take troubled teens and spit out broken men. Those diversions and changes provide some necessary distance as Young looks back over what were obviously traumatizing times for him, and it also allows some humor to run through what otherwise could be a very grim read. In that sense it's a more "literary" memoir, in that it's heavily stylized and in some regards experimental. It's also a good, compelling read, even if it is a bit of a hard one at times.

This sounds incredibly cool, I am going to add it to my list.

Finished Hunger by Roxane Gay last night. It was a tough read, she gets really intimate about her abuse and how it echoed through her life and has lead to her issue with eating, as well as a super honest take of being fat in America in the 20th century. Highly recommended but also brace yourself.

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Milt Thompson
Mar 1, 2008


Milt Thompson posted:

26 Books as a minimum, under 20% rereads (currently 12 books with 1 reread)

Booklord's Challenge

2. Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 20% of them are written by women. (minimum 6, currently 1 - On Beauty)
3. Of the books you read this year, make sure at least 20% of them are written by someone non-white. (minimum 6, currently 2 - The Underground Railroad, On Beauty)
4. Read at least one book by an LGBT author (COMPLETED - The Line Of Beauty).
6. Ask another poster to issue you a wildcard, then read it (IN PROGRESS - White Is For Witching).
11. Read something political.
— bonus: Read something political from/about a country you aren't from and don't currently live in
15. Read something involving history.
— bonus: Read something about a war that didn't involve the U.S.
18. Read something from a non-traditional perspective.
— bonus: Read something narrated in the 2nd person
20. Read something about music.
22. Read something about the future.
— bonus: Read something about a future that takes place before the current year

For me, the challenges are really what I'm interested in, and where the bonus is listed, that is the aim. Somebody issue me a wildcard!

Completed Books:
1. The Damned United by David Peace (reread)
2. Player One by Douglas Coupland
3. The Undoing Project by Michael Lewis
4. The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut
5. The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
6. Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
7. Side Jobs by Jim Butcher
8. When The Shooting Stops by Ralph Rosenblum and Robert Karen
9. On Beauty by Zadie Smith
10. Tales From Development Hell by David Hughes
11. The Line Of Beauty by Alan Hollingsworth
12. The Disaster Artist by Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell

In Progress:
13. White is For Witching by Helen Oyeyemi

Coming Soon:
14. Lincoln In The Bardo by George Saunders

Sadly only finished the two last month, but I've nearly finished White Is For Witching.

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Things will speed up soon. Once it gets into June, my workload as am ESL teacher changes considerably and I'll have much more time to read in the summer. I'm planning to pick up a biography, too, probably that of legendary football manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

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Sadly only finished the two last month, but I've nearly finished White Is For Witching.

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sex tips for females The Disaster Artist is something I'd recommend to anyone interested in film-making and especially The Room. Although it makes clear how insane the production of The Room was, it goes to great lengths to humanise Tommy Wiseau, which it was under no pressure to do.

Things will speed up soon. Once it gets into June, my workload as am ESL teacher changes considerably and I'll have much more time to read in the summer. I'm planning to pick up a biography, too, probably that of legendary football manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

Hey, I'm just about to start White is for Witching! We'll have to compare notes afterwards.

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Hey, I'm just about to start White is for Witching! We'll have to compare notes afterwards.

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It's better than most YA fiction. I can't fault the story or the writing. I wish I could feel as excited for this as I did when I was a pre-teen reading Harry Potter for the first time, but I'm just too old and jaded for fantastical adventures with talking soul animals. big boob lesbian milfs Recommended for people that like that kinda poo poo.


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A memoir about obesity and eating disorders and dealing with trauma (surprise sex). It's not setting out to prove a point or to provide answers, but to elaborate on what it's like existing as an obese person and the complicated issues that come with it in a culture obsessed with body shaming and gender expectations. Not as exciting as that sounds! This falls into that weird in-between area of books that I appreciate more than enjoy. It's thoughts on empathy and enlightenment on aspects of obesity that go without discussion and the explorations of trauma are heartbreaking and sometimes incredibly hard to read, but they get lost in many mundane sections told in a detached narrative voice. nude female celebrities pictures Soft recommendation.


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Essays on writing and the creative process. Are there any unique insights? No! All of the information here is the same as any other decent book on writing and creativity. (Write every day. Read every day. Read a variety of things, but most importantly read poetry. Take care of yourself. Etc.) Bradbury delivers his rote advice with an excitement for the power of fiction and creativity. Each essay is brimming with infectious energy for good fiction and literature. I'm surprised that Sci-Fi/Fantasy fans don't quote this book more in defending genre fiction, as there are whole essays with Bradbury laughing with glee while heralding sci-fi's popularity. jessica alba sex scandal Recommended.


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A slightly disorienting paranoid horror/thriller about a woman pondering the future of her relationship to her new-ish boyfriend while on a car ride to meet his family. I've seen this book compared to Gillian Flynn thrillers or some poo poo, which is a disservice. There are more similarities to Shirley Jackson's stories or David Lynch's Lost Highway, where reality bends and twists, where thoughts are more dangerous than a killer stalking in a hallway, where paranoia and fear of the unknown are the driving forces. Just as your mind jumps around while stuck in a car on a trip, so does the story move through memories (or are they dreams?) and philosophical tangeants and stories-within-stories. It hit all the right notes for me, and at around 200 pages, was a fast read. old woman nude pics Highly recommended (though some people will inevitably be dismayed by some of the more polarizing aspects of the story)


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Not sure if I'm too late for biography week but I'm about 100 pages into Trevor Noah's asian model sex video Born a Crime and am enjoying it a lot. I'd heard good things about it forever and finally found a cheap used copy. It's very conversational and funny, despite the heavy topics of racism and oppression. Would definitely recommend.

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Excellent!

The weeks are mostly to get people talking/sharing/recommending for each challenge outside of just reading people's lists, so you're definitely not too late. Plus National Biographer's Day is Wednesday anyway, so it all works out.

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Jan 20, 2012


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Can I request a new wildcard? I know the whole point of a wildcard is you don't get to choose it, but somebody gave me Portrait of a Lady by Henry James and I just do not really care much for James, and so far reading this book makes me think that opinion will not change. I really have zero interest in finishing it.

Also if my wildcard could be something not written by a dead white european/american guy from 100+ years ago that would be awesome, I already have too many dead white guys on my reading list.

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Looks like I'm probably not going to make my goal this year since I've had much less time for reading than expected, but here's what I've read so far:

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May 23, 2003



Yea it sounds like you at least tried and again, I have no real power here, so feel free to take a mulligan on that wild card. I was trying to think of some clever twist to add in but I got distracted.

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Apr 13, 2012

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Is it too late to get in on this? I'd love to join. If I may, then I'd like to challenge myself to 30 books & 10,000 pages (so that I don't just read a bunch of short books). Negative on the BookLord Challenge. Thanks either way!

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May 23, 2003



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MaDMaN posted:

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