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What have we read so far this year?

Posted by Jinnicide


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For me:

Persuasion, Jane Austen

The World in a City: Traveling the Globe Through the Neighborhoods of New York, Joseph Berger

Currently still working on:

Valentine, George Sand

What Rich People Know & Desperately Want to Keep Secret, Brian Sher

Rabbit, Patricia Williams

Financing Your Small Business, James Burk

The Illuminatus! Trilogy: The Eye in the Pyramid, The Golden Apple, and Leviathan, by Robert Shea

The Sick Bag Song, Nick Cave

Tell My Horse: Voodoo and Life in Haiti and Jamaica, Zora Neale Hurston

Foucault's Pendulum, Umberto Eco

French Women for All Seasons, Mireille Guiliano

The Science of Good Cooking: Master 50 Simple Concepts to Enjoy a Lifetime of Success in the Kitchen, America's Test Kitchen

Birdmania: A Remarkable Passion for Birds, Bernd Brunner

Tao of Photography: Seeing Beyond Seeing, Philippe L. Gross

Smart is the New Rich: Money Guide for Millennials, Christine Romans

Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder (Incerto Book 3), Nassim Nicholas Taleb

City Magick: Spells, Rituals, and Symbols for the Urban Witch, Christopher Penczak

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Reply by Strangenothings


that's a pretty sick list. I've been reading a lot of poetry this year, so I have a lot of books under my belt. I'm in the middle of my weekend reading stint. this list looks like a lot, but I don't usually read like this. Last year, I only read 26 books, but I'm reading a lot this year for some reason.

Books I've read 2024:


1. The woman in me (Britney spears)

2. Twin peaks: the final dossier (mark frost)

3. Seconds away: mickey bolitar book 2 (Harlan corben)

4.the life and times of jaysus Christopher duende and Darrell Cobb drunkle (Tim peeler) 

5. Reincarnation blues - Michael poore

6. Dubliners - James Joyce

7. Her. - Pierre Alex Jean 

8. In the space between universes (Amanda morningstar)

9. Dream work (Mary oliver)

10. Milk and honey (Rupi Kaur)

11. Falling in (Francis o'roark dowell)

12. A court of thorn and roses (Sarah j maas) 

13. A season in hell (Arthur rimbaud) 

14. Oranges for Magellan (Richard Martin)

15. Soliloquy and trauma in the knottseau well (Tim heerdink) 


16. Dadakuku 1

17. Blue Horses (Mary Oliver)

18. Found: mickey bolitar book 3 (Harlan coben) 

19. Splinter of the moon (Wayne russell)

20. Room to dream (david lynch, Kristin mckenna)


21. The bluest eye - Toni Morrison

22. Farewell clay dove - Sophia Falco

23. The sun will rise and so will we - Jennie Cecelia 

24. Frank:sonnets- Diane Seuss

25. Always happy hour - Mary Miller

26. Landscapes of the living and dying - Lawrence ferlinghetti 

27. Earthlings -Suyarka Murata

28. White Knight - fyodor dostoyevsky

29. Subterraneans- jack Kerouac

30. American reality - Jared morningstar

31. The cursed : book 2 of the clandestine series - h.m. kanicki

32. Collapsed bookshelf - chad parenteau

33. Daindreth's assassin - Elizabeth Wheatley

34. Night sky with exit wounds -ocean vuong


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Reply by Nana <3


haven't read much this year,, even though it makes me a little sad. might steal a couple book from your list lolll. 

my books i've read 

- we were liars (e. lockhart)

- family of liars (e. lockhart)

- the seven husbands of evelyn hugo (taylor jenkins reid) 5 stars!!!!

- archer's voice (??)

- the summer i turned pretty - it's not summer without you (??)

- if he had been with me (??)

probably a couple more but i am tipsy and sleep so my mind isn't working all that well :)

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Reply by lee !!


I'm trying to reach 50 books this year again, and I've read 15 so far. My highlights are:

1. The Whalebone Theatre - Joanna Quinn

2. The Goodbye Cat - Hiro Arikawa

3. Transcription - Kate Atkinson

4. Colourless Tsukuru Tazaki - Haruki Murukami

5. Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow - Gabrielle Zevin

6. Anansi Boys - Neil Gaiman

7. Goodbye To Berlin - Christopher Isherwood

8. Girl in Pieces - Kathleen Glasgow

I love hearing people's thoughts and reviews to feel free to reply with what you think :D

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Reply by silvie


Penpal, Dathan Auerbach, feb 17

Tender is the Flesh, Agustina Bazterrica, feb 18

Piranesi, Susanna Clarke, feb 21

Earthlings, Sayaka Murata, mar 11

Yellowface, R. F. Kuang, mar 29

Cursed Bunny, Bora Chung, apr 2

Her Body and Other Paries, Carmen Maria Machado, apr 9

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams, apr 13

I'm Thinking of Ending Things, Iain Reid, apr 27

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