TBR

TBR = To Be Read  – This is a schedule,  NOT a “wish list,” and it’s updated regularly.  Books get on this list because a reading group nominated them for a certain month.   I also  read quite a number of “unscheduled”  books – just see the home page for recent reads and the months menu (top) for earlier books.
Key:  The date is when I finished,  the link is to my so-called “review.”   RR= reread,   X= obtained,   XX = started & link is to “notes.”  DNF – Did Not Finish.  Grey or ? is unlikely to even start –

3rd – The Intruder by Hannah ____ (4-MA)

5th – Growth of the Soil –  19th

16th
(A)   The Light of Day by Graham Swift (Bker – 338)
3/10 Picadilly Jim by P.J. Wodehouse  (BGL – 166)
XXX The Garden of Evening Mists – Tan Twan Eng    (Bookies)
The Muralist by BA Shapiro  (Cafe) 

** APRIL
(A) The Hidden Life of Trees by Peter Wohlleben (all-non – 288)
The Beginning of Spring by Penelope Fitzgerald (Cafe)
(K) The Interrogation by JMG Le Clezio (Modern – 258)
XXX Paulette Jiles     – News of the World (Bookies)
(A)  The Shack by Wm. Paul Young – 258 pages  (BGL) 

16th
1/1/16  The Sellout by Paul Beatty (Bker)
XXX – The One Man – Andrew Gross   (Bookies)
You Must Change Your Life by Rachel Corbett  (Cafe)
A X  Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal – (BGL 320 pages) 

** MAY
Liane Moriarty   – Truly Madly Guilty (Bookies)
The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. LeGuin –  (BGL304 pages)

16th
(K ) Open Secrets—Alice Munro (Bker – 306)
(K) Men without Women by Haruki Murakami (Modern – 240 – release May 9)
(Aud) Homegoing  by Yaa Gyasi  (Bookies)
In the Lake of the Woods by Tim O’Brien –  (BGL 336 pages)

** JUNE
– Dark Matter – Blake Crouch  (Bookies)
The House on the Strand by Daphne Du Maurier –  (BGL 304 pages)

16th
(A)  Hot Milk by Deborah Levy (Bker – 221 pages)
The Fall of Giants by Ken Follett –  (BGL 960 pages)
The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky  (Cafe 2)

** JULY

16th  
(K ) The Road to Lichfield—Penelope Lively (Bker – 226)
In the Name of the Family  (Cafe 2) 

** AUGUST

16th  
(A X )  Eileen by Ottessa Moshfegh (Bker – 265)

** SEPTEMBER

16th  
(A)  St. Urbain’s Horseman—Mordecai Richler (Bker – 502)

** OCTOBER

16th  
(A)   All That Man Is by David Szalay (Bker – 389)

** DECEMBER

16th
(A)  Do Not Say We Have Nothing by Madeleine Thien (Bker – 474)

2 Responses to TBR

  1. Oh, you’re a sneaky one Bekah. I clicked on your link on my blog recently – it was for your 2010 reads – and wondered where on earth you had gone to. Glad you’ve joined the WordPress family. I’ve changed your link on my blog now!

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  2. Oh I had to move because Apple is discontinuing their hosting so I looked for something I could work with kinda-sorta. I was all sorts of pissed off at the time but I had to get started or I’d lose more than I’m going to lose. I suppose something may break otherwise but I’m not counting on it.

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