to read list

I’ve review a few movies on here, with plans for more.

But in my soul I am a literature person. So in 2010, I’m going to read/write a review for a book twice a month. 24 books! goals! I love goals, no matter how unattainable they may be.
I’ve come up with a preliminary list, welcome to suggestions. These are all books that I’ve never read, or want a second look at for a different perspective.
  1. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close-Jonathan Safran Coer
  2. Women in Love-D.H. Lawrence
  3. A Good Man in Hard to Find-Flannery O’Connor
  4. Selected Poems 1965-1975-Seamus Heaney
  5. Middlemarch-George Eliot
  6. Brooklyn-Colm Toibin
  7. On the Road-Jack Kerouac
  8. Atonement-Ian McEwan
  9. Madame Bovary-Gustave Flaubert
  10. Age of Anxiety-W.H. Auden
  11. The Age of Innocence-Edith Wharton
  12. The Golden Notebook-Doris Lessing
  13. Brideshead Revisited-Evelyn Waugh
  14. The Adventures of Augie March-Saul Bellow
  15. The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay-Michel Chabon
  16. Mrs. Dalloway-Virginia Woolf (a reread)
  17. The Hours-Michael Cunningham
  18. Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror-John Ashbery
  19. Shade of Grey-Jasper Fforde
  20. The House of the Spirits-Isabel Allende
  21. Don Quixote-Miguel de Cervantes
  22. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland-Lewis Carroll
  23. The Way We Live Now-Anthony Trollope
  24. A Movable Feast-Ernest Hemingway
GOALS. any suggestions/substitutions?
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2 responses to “to read list

  1. oooooh i need to read more x

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