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Lev Lazinskiy
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2018

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This is my journey in books for 2018!

TOTALS
I read 18,028 pages across 56 books Img bookstack 72

Managing Feature Flags by Adil Aijaz
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SHORTEST BOOK
21 pages
Managing Feature Flags
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LONGEST BOOK
880 pages
That Dark and Bloody River
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That Dark and Bloody River by Allan W. Eckert
AVERAGE LENGTH
321 pages

MOST POPULAR
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The Notebook
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The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks
Empowering the Public-Private Partnership by George V. Voinovich
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LEV’S AVERAGE RATING FOR 2018
3.6

Death's End by Liu Cixin
HIGHEST RATED ON GOODREADS
Death's End
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4.55 average
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Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer
Lev’s first review of the year
it was amazing
Originally posted on levlaz.org

In Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Jonathan Safran Foer tells the story of a young boy named Oskar who is on a quest to come to terms with the sudden death of his father in the 9/11 attacks. While rummaging through his father’s belongings a few days after the tragic events of that day, he finds a mysterious key inside a vase. Determined to find the lock that it belongs to, he travels around all of New York city
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LEV’S 2018 BOOKS
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer
it was amazing
Managing Feature Flags by Adil Aijaz
That Dark and Bloody River by Allan W. Eckert
Idaho by Emily Ruskovich
The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
Astoria by Peter     Stark
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson
Giants of Enterprise by Richard S. Tedlow
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
Just F*ing Demo! by Rob Falcone
The Shirley Letters by Louise Amelia Knapp Smith C...
James A. Rhodes, Ohio Colossus by Tom Diemer
really liked it
Roughing It by Mark Twain
The Highest Tide by Jim Lynch
Killfile by Christopher Farnsworth
Andrew Young and the Making of Modern Atlanta by Andrew     Young
No Country for Old Men by Cormac McCarthy
Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout
The 19th Wife by David Ebershoff
The Sheep Queen by Thomas Savage
Speedboat by Renata Adler
The History of Here by Akum Norder
Black Garden by Thomas de Waal
Up in the Old Hotel by Joseph Mitchell
The Three-Body Problem by Liu Cixin
it was amazing
The Dark Forest by Liu Cixin
Death's End by Liu Cixin
The Mathematics of the Breath and the Way by Charles Bukowski
Wicked Columbus, Ohio by David Meyers
HBR's 10 Must Reads on Sales (with bonus interview of Andris ... by Harvard Business Review
The Sympathizer by Viet Thanh Nguyen
East of Eden by John Steinbeck
it was amazing
The Orphan Master's Son by Adam Johnson
Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain
The Red Queen Dies by Frankie Y. Bailey
The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks
A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks
it was amazing
Less by Andrew Sean Greer
Serena by Ron Rash
Far from the Tree by Robin Benway
The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill
Half-light by Frank Bidart
A Man Without a Country by Kurt Vonnegut
Riding Denver's Rails by Kevin Pharris
Empowering the Public-Private Partnership by George V. Voinovich
The Restaurant at the End of the Universe by Douglas Adams
Medium Raw by Anthony Bourdain
This Kind of War by T.R. Fehrenbach
really liked it
A Moose and A Lobster Walk into A Bar by John   McDonald
My Spiritual Journey by Dalai Lama XIV
The Forever War by Joe Haldeman
The Art of War by Sun Tzu
A Case of Need by Jeffery Hudson
Seven Years in Tibet by Heinrich Harrer
Enemy at the Gates by William Craig
really liked it
Enemy of the People by Terrence Petty
Idaho by Emily Ruskovich
Lev’s last review of the year
liked it
Originally Posted on Tralev

In her debut novel, Idaho, Emily Ruskovich explores themes of tragedy, loss, love, and forgiveness.

While the story is filled with intrigue and mystery, Ruskovich poetically dances around the murder itself and instead chooses to focus on the human aspects of the people that are left behind to deal with the consequences. We get glimpses into the memories of the people involved. Spanning multiple decades and told from the
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2018 READING
CHALLENGE
Lev Lazinskiy read 56 out of 52 books.
 
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