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05 April 2007 @ 11:11 pm
more books to read  
Here's the bookcrossing books obtained in 2006 and 2007 that I still have to read:

Quentins this seems to have got left off my previous list. I'm not sure if I've read it. Or where it is.

Fear in the Forest - a Crowner John mystery
The Sword and the Scimitar
The Battersea Park Road to Enlightenment
First Steps to Solitary Witchcraft
The Queen's Fool

House of Sand and Fog
First- Time Around the World (Rough Guides)
Starship Troopers
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance started

Never Let Me Go
The Secret Dreamworld of a Shopaholic my own ring, back home. I haven't read it yet.

Holy Pictures

Eothen or Traces of Travel Brought Home from the East

Yeats Is Dead!
The Tinder Box

A Matter of Death and Life

The Cross-legged Knight
Swordspoint: A Melodrama of Manners
El Viejo y el Mar
09 Escandalo En La Hermandad
Los Musicos De Bremen started
Hot Six: A Stephanie Plum Novel
Ten Big Ones
Conqueror's Moon (The Boreal Moon Tale)
Anne of Green Gables
Ender's Game (The Ender Saga)
K Is for Killer

The Shipping News

Ender's Shadow

Career Change
Shadowmancer ring, currently reading
Wormwood ring
Working Wonders
Northern Lights

Some other non-BC books to read
Shopped, on loan from YowlYY
A Tom Holt book, on loan from PF
A CS Lewis SF trilogy, on loan from D
There's others, but not many.

36 BC books.

Edit: also Stormy Weather Nov/Dec 2006
Q Sept 2006, unjournalled until now
Iron John unjournalled until now, don't know when I picked it up, so saying April 2007
The Stupidest Angel, on loan from Silja

39 BC books.

Edit again: Oh dear. And The Wild North Land and The Line of Beauty, from Sept 2004.
Jennifer Government and Lost in a Good Book, Feb 2007.
43 BC books. At least I'm catching up with my journalling.
wyvernfriendwyvernfriend on April 5th, 2007 10:37 pm (UTC)
sounds very doable. I'm getting through my pile slowly but surely.
a very caring potato: reasons to procrastinatemollydot on April 6th, 2007 09:42 am (UTC)
Yeah, it's not as big as I feared. Still bigger than it should be, but that's probably the case for all bookcrossers!
cigognecigogne on April 5th, 2007 11:53 pm (UTC)
What do you think of Zen? I loved that book: the description of the emotional states you go through when trying to fix something have been so much use to me in everything from putting up wallpaper to fixing my robots at work.
a very caring potatomollydot on April 6th, 2007 09:43 am (UTC)
Not so good this time round. I think I'm expecting too much of it now.

Have you read Lila?