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2010

Stats for 2010

59

books read

36

of these books are from
the 1001 Books lists.

Ratings:

04 superb
14 excellent
12 very good
09 good
07 okay
11 mediocre
02 poor
0275 | A Town Like Alice – Nevil Shute
0276 | The Life & Times of Michael K – J. M. Coetzee
0277 | Letub – Rudolf Inselmann 278 | A Dry White Season – Andre Brink 0279 | The Return of the Native –Thomas Hardy
0280 | Kim – Rudyard Kipling 0281 | The Pearl – John Steinbeck 0282 | Death, Witchcraft and the Spirit World in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea – Neville Bartle
0283 | In Search of the Source – Neil Anderson 0284 | The Handmaid’s Tale–Margaret Atwood 0285 | Search for Salvation–John G. Strelan 0286 | The Bookseller of Kabul – Åsne Seierstad
0287 | Paddy Clark, Ha, Ha, Ha–Roddy Doyle
0288 | Before All Else Fails… Read the Instructions–Kevin G. Hovey 0289 | Outrageous Grace–Grace Fabian 0290 | The Plague – Albert Camus
0291 | Tarka the Otter – Henry Williamson 0292 | The Master of Ballantrae – Robert Louis Stevenson 0293 | The Nine Tailors – Dorothy L. Sayers 0294 | The Family Frying Pan – Bryce Courtenay
0295 | Too Late the Phalarope – Alan Paton
0296 | One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest – Ken Kesey
4 comments… add one
  • Karen 20 January, 2010, 1:32 pm

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  • Arukiyomi 24 January, 2010, 11:44 pm

    [quote comment=”18979″]Have just discovered this site you your ethos – wonderful! I will be checking back regularly[/quote]
    thanks for the kind comment Karen!

  • Lynn W 27 January, 2010, 2:17 am

    I just joined Shelfari’s 1001 book group and came here to download the latest version of the list. I’m amazed at what you’ve accomplished and how much work you’ve put into making it possible for all of us to track our reading right down to the stats. A gift to the reading universe. AND I enjoy your book reviews. Thanks for everything. I’ll check back often to see what you’re reading…

    • Arukiyomi 27 January, 2010, 2:48 pm

      thanks for the kind comments Lynn… much appreciated.

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