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message 1: by Ebru (new)

Ebru 1. Sultanı Öldürmek - To Kill The Sultan- Ahmet Ümit
2. Kafka on the Shore- Murakami
3. Cloud Atlas- David Mitchell
4. Great Gatsby- F. Scott Fitzgerald
5. Yedinci Gün- Seventh Day- İhsan Oktay Anar
6. Q is for Quarry- Sue Grafton
7. Glass Castle- Jeanette Walls
8. Northanger Abbey- Jane Austen
9. Kim- Rudyard Kipling
10. Shopaholic Ties the Knot- Sophie Kinsella
11. A Short History of Nearly Everything- Bill Bryson
12. U is for Undertow- Sue Grafton


message 2: by Ebru (new)

Ebru I have finished the first book To Kill the Sultan. 11 to go...


message 3: by La_mariane (new)

La_mariane Ebru wrote: "1. Sultanı Öldürmek - To Kill The Sultan- Ahmet Ümit
2. Kafka on the Shore- Murakami
3. Cloud Atlas- David Mitchell
4. Great Gatsby- F. Scott Fitzgerald
5. Yedinci Gün- Seventh Day- İhsan Oktay Ana..."


I own Northanger Abbey and Kafka on the Shore too, should probably put them on my list...


message 4: by Ebru (new)

Ebru I am done with Great Gatsby!!!! Ten boks to go!


message 5: by [deleted user] (new)

Ebru wrote: "I am done with Great Gatsby!!!! Ten boks to go!"

Oooh! I'm reading that one now too! I had wanted to be done by tonight, but life has gotten "in the way" so maybe by Tuesday :-)

It's one of those books that I thought I must've read in high school; but now that I am reading it, nothing is even vaguely familiar. Either I've completely blanked it out of memory; or I never read it and my knowledge of it has been vicariously rendered from common references! "Tom Sawyer" and Huckleberry Finn" were like that for me too! :-)


message 6: by Ebru (new)

Ebru Somebody stop me! I am still buying new books and my mount TBR is worse than ever:)


message 7: by [deleted user] (new)

Ebru wrote: "Somebody stop me! I am still buying new books and my mount TBR is worse than ever:)"

[sympathetic nod of the head] :-)


message 8: by Daphne (new)

Daphne Sayed | 20 comments Have exactly same problem.Im sure ones TBR pile shouldn't be in the hundreds especially not in ones eighth decade.lol


message 9: by Ebru (new)

Ebru I have just finished Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen. A little bit of romance was good for my soul :)


C.  (friends, please call me by name) (riedel) Madam, I pray I maintain the ability to continue reading like you, past my eighth decade someday! May I compliment your technology use? My parents are in their sixth decade and don't use computers, let alone social forums.


message 11: by Ebru (new)

Ebru Well I am not that old I am afraid. Only 42 :)


C.  (friends, please call me by name) (riedel) Ebru I meant Daphne but lovely to say hello to any bookie along the way. I just reached your decade. ;) I've set up my own camp in 'Ararat' and bid everyone to enjoy. Carolyn.


message 13: by Ebru (new)

Ebru I had read Shopaholic Ties the Knot but did not mention it here. Yesterday I was done with Glass Castle.


message 14: by Ebru (new)

Ebru I have read Q is for Quarry


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