Finished Books

After the start of the challenge, please feel free to share how you’re doing with the challenge by leaving a comment below! We’d love to hear what books you’ve read, how you’re progressing (or struggling) through the challenge, and/or any other thing related to the challenge. πŸ˜‰

You don’t have to post after each book you finish, but you can leave us a link to your personal blog posts about the books you’ve finished.

Another option is that you can JOIN THE YAHOO! GROUP created for this challenge! You can share your challenge ups and downs with other participants there! πŸ˜‰

Thanks again for participating! πŸ˜€

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8 responses to “Finished Books

  1. MizB

    I finished “The Thirteenth Tale” by Diane Setterfield on June 16th, as it was for my face-to-face book group that month. I’m counting it, as per the “updated” rules. πŸ˜‰

  2. I finished four books this week from my list! And all of them lived up to their raves….For Whom the Bell Tolls…Sundays in America…My Mistress’s Sparrow is Dead…The Age of Gold….

    I spent several hours yesterday looking over lists of great books and my TBR. I ended up completely revising my list of books I want to read. This should be a very good list for me!

    http://readerbuzz.blogspot.com/2008/06/raved-about-book-list.html

  3. I just finished The Thirteenth Tale and can’t believe that I waited so long to read it. It was just as good as everyone has raved!.

  4. mizb17

    As of August 24, 2008, I’ve read 4 out of my 73 books — “The Thirteenth Tale” / “Twilight” / “New Moon” / and “Eclipse” (can’t wait to read “Breaking Dawn”!). πŸ˜‰

  5. As of September 6, 2008:
    Merina Lewycka: A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian – 4 stars
    Rebecca Wells: Little Altars Everywhere – 2 stars
    Sue Monk Kidd: The Secret Life of Bees – 3 stars
    Mitch Albom: Tuesdays with Morrie – just started

  6. During the weekend, I read The Book Thief. Great book and also my first book for this challenge. πŸ™‚

  7. arestelle

    I’m not officially in this challenge, but I always keep a list of “to-read” books, a number of which are classics (or are recent but raved about). This year I have finally read The Color Purple, Kite Runner, and The God of Small Things, among others. I’m halfway through the most excellent Godel, Escher, Bach, as well. I would highly recommend Kite Runner and God of Small Things.

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