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My year in books
2019
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This is my journey in books for 2019!

TOTALS
I read 8,605 pages across 61 books Img bookstack 72

I Have Never Been Able to Sing by Alexis Almeida
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SHORTEST BOOK
24 pages
I Have Never Been Able to Sing
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LONGEST BOOK
448 pages
Songs of a Dead Dreamer and Grim...
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Songs of a Dead Dreamer and Grimscribe by Thomas Ligotti
AVERAGE LENGTH
141 pages

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Paper Towns
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Paper Towns by John Green
Hawai'i by James Yeary
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GREG’S AVERAGE RATING FOR 2019
4.5

Alphabet for the Entrants by Vasilisk Gnedov
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Alphabet for the Entrants
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5.00 average
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American Prophets by Paul E Nelson
Greg’s first review of the year
it was amazing
To explore Paul Nelson's book of interviews is to explore his spiritual connection to the land and humanity that fill the world. Three make up this huge tomb of communication: Thinkers/Activists, Poets, and Technicians of the Sacred. From Allen Ginsberg to Wanda Coleman to Beaver Chief, Paul has made contact with some of the finest and provocative minds of the late 20th and early 21st century. Experiencing this book is like visiting a light shop ...more
GREG’S 2019 BOOKS
American Prophets by Paul E Nelson
it was amazing
follow the mekong home by Krystal M. Chuon
Mexico City Blues by Jack Kerouac
Sugar Factory by Emily Wallis Hughes
Midden by Julia Bouwsma
First Mountain by Zhang Er
My Own Voice by Zeyar Lynn
The Burden of Being Burmese by ko ko thett
A Drink of Red Mirror by Kim Hyesoon
Bones Will Crow by James Byrne
I Have Never Been Able to Sing by Alexis Almeida
it was amazing
Feed Me Weird Things by Lisa Rogal
Futurist Performance by Michael Kirby
Alphabet for the Entrants by Vasilisk Gnedov
The Divine Within by Aldous Huxley
All Actors by Min Swe Hnit
The Post-War Digital Radio by Kyi Zaw Aye
To the Barricades by Stephen Collis
BEEF by Nurul Amillin Hussain
it was amazing
Human Acts by Han Kang
Afterimage by Werner Kho
The Woman Who Turned Into A Vending Machine by Natalie Wang
Footnotes on Falling by Joshua Ip
Widowland by Pamela Manché Pearce
Poems from the Passionate Heart by Roy Holman
In These Curved Spaces by Andrea Yew
The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book by Gord Hill
What I Knew by Eleni Sikelianos
it was amazing
Huge Cloudy by Bill Carty
Habitation by Sam Hamill
Soundtrack to a Fleeting Masculinity by Benjamin Schmitt
Cognitive Surplus by Clay Shirky
No Finis by Deborah Woodard
Ideas Have No Smell by Paul Nougé
The United States of Wind by Daniel Canty
Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue
My Lot Is A Sky by Melissa Powers
Call And Response by Joshua Ip
it was amazing
Paper Towns by John Green
Bluets by Maggie Nelson
Against Everything by Mark Greif
The World Is All That Does Befall Us by Thomas Walton
The Handmaid's Tale by Renée Nault
Latino USA by Ilan Stavans
AUX ARCS by Shin Yu Pai
Things That Go by Laura Eve Engel
Remembrance of Water / Twenty-Five Trees by John Taylor
it was amazing
The Darkness Call by Gary Fincke
Hawai'i by James Yeary
Your Blues Ain't Like Mine by Bebe Moore Campbell
Make It True Meets Medusario by José Kozer
A Slow Boiling Beach by Rauan Klassnik
Codex by Joshua Lew McDermott
One Hundred Myanmar Poems by Min Swe Hnit
What Rain Does by Ann Spers
Preserving Fire by Philip Lamantia
Water by Edward Burtynsky
it was amazing
Chasing Clayoquot by David Pitt-Brooke
Earth by Hannah Brooks-Motl
Ensō by Shin Yu Pai
Songs of a Dead Dreamer and Grimscribe by Thomas Ligotti
Songs of a Dead Dreamer and Grimscribe by Thomas Ligotti
Greg’s last review of the year
it was amazing
Terrifying and spectacular! This was my first visit to Ligotti's mind and I doubt it'll be my last. For fans of House of Leaves, Lovecraft, and even Poe--the gothic and the supernatural intertwine here in a marvelous and disturbing way. So many beautiful stories that could stand on their own, and are instead matched with their siblings in one volume.
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