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03 April 2008 @ 05:42 pm
A-Z books read meme  
A meme from lizmopuddy. List a book you've read for every letter of the alphabet.

Articles, eg "A" and "The" don't count. For X, it can appear anywhere in the title.

American Gods
Bridget Jones' Diary
The Crow Road
Dirk Gentley's Holistic Detective Agency
Equal Rites
Faust Among Equals
The Glass Lake
James and the Giant Peach
Lord of the Rings
One Hundred Years of Solitude
Pride and Prejudice
The Red Tent
Startide Rising
This Day All Gods Die
Under the Duvet
The Virgin's Lover
Wild Animus
Hot Six
Years of Rice and Salt
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

I couldn't think of anything for Y! Years of Rice and Salt is the next book I'm going to read when I've finished Bridget Jones' Diary (re-reading to compare to Pride & Prejudice, which is BCie book of the month), so let's pretend I'm doing this meme a little in the future.

I'll add the authors if anyone cares. Let me know!
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a very caring potato: readingmollydot on April 4th, 2008 09:50 am (UTC)
It made my head crazy too. The only way I could do it was to think of books, then put them in the correct place. It was really, really hard to think of a book, given a specific letter.

Ditto for me for Crow Road. I remember it began with his grandmother exploding.

Equal Rites used to be my favourite DW. I don't have one now - there's too many to pick one!

Ooo, Mr T! Magician and LOTR were my two favourite fantasy books for a long time, but they've been pushed out by A Game of Thrones.

I don't remember One Hundred Years of Solitude very well. I would have put down Janet Evanovich's One for the Money instead, but I already had Hot Six for X. I was trying not to repeat authors. Nearly succeeded - just have Iain Banks and Iain M Banks.

I'm just after reading Pride and Prejudice (I think I read it twice before). I'm now re-reading Bridget Jones' Diary, and trying to work out who's who.

Yeah, Handmaid's Tale is great. I've read a few others of hers - Cat's Eye, The Blind Assassin, Grace.