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message 1: by Natalie (last edited Jul 29, 2017 01:21PM) (new)

Natalie Carey (janeefficiency) I'm new to the group, but am trying to make a concerted effort this year of reading the books I already have on my shelves, instead of buying more, and even using the library. Hopefully I will surpass this, but it might be a busy year for me applying to graduate school and taking on manuscript writing in the lab I work in... We shall see!

Despite being a list-fanatic, I struggle with pre-making lists of books I want to get to, so I'll be filling this in as I go.

1. Parable of the Sower by Octavia E. Butler
2. The Word for World is Forest by Ursula K. Le Guin
3. The Thief of Always by Clive Barker
4. The Gunslinger by Stephen King
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message 2: by Kelly (new)

Kelly (kt_kellyt) | 7 comments I'm the same way about the pre-making list of books! I have a cart full of books to pick from and I go in and browse until the next one calls out to me - I'd feel negatively obligated otherwise :)


message 3: by Natalie (last edited Feb 17, 2017 07:54PM) (new)

Natalie Tyler (doulton) 1. Murder at the VIcarage, Agatha Christie
2. The Painted Veil, Somerset Maugham
3. Today Will be Different by Maria Semple
4. Faithful and Virtuous Night by Louise GLuck
5. The CLaverings by Trollope
6. Pendennis by Thackeray


message 5: by Natalie (new)

Natalie Tyler (doulton) 1. Murder at the VIcarage, Agatha Christie
2. The Painted Veil, Somerset Maugham
3. Today Will be Different by Maria Semple
4. Faithful and Virtuous Night by Louise GLuck
5. The Claverings by Trollope
6. Pendennis by Thackeray
7. The Man in the Queue by Joesphine Tey
8. Dead Man's Float by Jim Harrison
9. A Room with a View by EM Forster


message 6: by Natalie (new)

Natalie Carey (janeefficiency) You're making much more progress than I am! Way to go! :D I've made progress on library books I've had checked out that have due dates coming, but I'm almost done with all those, and will crack into my shelves shortly. I'm glad that I'm still really excited to read what I have, since I'm something of a mood reader, for sure.

Keep it up!


message 7: by Natalie (new)

Natalie Tyler (doulton) 1. Murder at the VIcarage, Agatha Christie
2. The Painted Veil, Somerset Maugham
3. Today Will be Different by Maria Semple
4. Faithful and Virtuous Night by Louise GLuck
5. The Claverings by Trollope
6. Pendennis by Thackeray
7. The Man in the Queue by Joesphine Tey
8. Dead Man's Float by Jim Harrison
9. A Room with a View by EM Forster
10. Hotel du Lac by Anita Brookner
11. His Bloody Project by Graeme Macrae Burnet


message 8: by Natalie (new)

Natalie Tyler (doulton) 1. Murder at the VIcarage, Agatha Christie
2. The Painted Veil, Somerset Maugham
3. Today Will be Different by Maria Semple
4. Faithful and Virtuous Night by Louise GLuck
5. The Claverings by Trollope
6. Pendennis by Thackeray
7. The Man in the Queue by Joesphine Tey
8. Dead Man's Float by Jim Harrison
9. A Room with a View by EM Forster
10. Hotel du Lac by Anita Brookner
11. His Bloody Project by Graeme Macrae Burnet
12. Swann's Way by Proust


message 9: by Natalie (new)

Natalie Tyler (doulton) 1. Murder at the VIcarage, Agatha Christie
2. The Painted Veil, Somerset Maugham
3. Today Will be Different by Maria Semple
4. Faithful and Virtuous Night by Louise GLuck
5. The Claverings by Trollope
6. Pendennis by Thackeray
7. The Man in the Queue by Joesphine Tey
8. Dead Man's Float by Jim Harrison
9. A Room with a View by EM Forster
10. Hotel du Lac by Anita Brookner
11. His Bloody Project by Graeme Macrae Burnet
12. Swann's Way by Proust
13. The Doll House by Fiona Davis
14. Grief is the thing with Feathers; A Novel by Max Porter


message 10: by MichelleCH (new)

MichelleCH (lalatina) | 26 comments I loved The Painted Veil and A Room with a View. Swann's Way is intense, do you think you will continue with Proust.


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