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The Incomprehensive List of Books Read in 2007

Monday, January 01, 2007

A not-so-complete list of the books I have read in 2007. Not-so-complete because I have no record of what I read in February and March. Which is why I'm keeping this list...obviously, I can't remember squat.

30th: Persian Girls, by Nahid Rachlin
25th: Any Bitter Thing, by Monica Wood
22nd: North of Ithaka, by Eleni Gage
10th: When Madeline Was Young, by Jane Hamilton
6th: The Center of Everything, by Laura Moriarty
1st: Digging to America, by Anne Tyler

26th: Sixpence House, by Paul Collins
24th: Mexican Days, by Tony Cohan
17th: Rain Village, by Carolyn Turgeon
12th: The Faraday Girls, by Monica McInerney
10th: The Other Side of the Bridge, by Mary Lawson
4th: The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox, by Maggie O'Farrell

31st: The Saffron Kitchen, by Yasmin Crowther
29th: The Brothers K, by David James Duncan
15th: Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight, by Alexandra Fuller
10th: A Year in the World, by Frances Mayes

21st: The Secret Book of Grazia dei Rossi, by Jacqueline Park

26th: The Blood of Flowers, by Anita Amirrezvani
13th: Season of the Witch, by Natasha Mostert
6th: The Places In Between, by Rory Stewart
5th: When In Rome, by Penelope Green

30th: A Thousand Splendid Suns, by Khaled Hosseini
30th: All Over Creation, by Ruth Ozeki
16th: Too Much Tuscan Sun, by Dario Castagno
10th: The Archivist, by Martha Cooley
7th: The Lost Continent, by Bill Bryson

28th: Beyond Ararat, by Bettina Selby
3rd: A Year In Provence, by Peter Mayle
3rd: Incidents In The Rue Laugier, by Anita Brookner

29th: Julia's Chocolates, by Cathy Lamb
28th: The Inheritance of Loss, by Kiran Desai

30th: Water for Elephants, by Sara Gruen
22nd: The Caliph's House, by Tahir Shah
16th: Dork Whore, by Iris Bahr
16th: The Reluctant Fundamentalist, by Mohsin Hamid
8th: The Bastard of Istanbul, by Elif Shafak
7th: eat pray love, by Elizabeth Gilbert

(the few I remember)
War in Val D'Orcia, by Iris Origo
The Thirteenth Tale, by Diana Setterfield

21st: The Shadow of the Wind, by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
16th: love walked in, by Marisa de los Santos
16th: Falling Palace, by Dan Hofstadter
14th: Paris to the Moon, by Adam Gopnik
8th: Ciao, America, by Beppe Severgnini

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In a real sense, people who have read good literature have lived more than people who cannot or will not read. It is not true that we have only one life to live; if we can read, we can live as many more lives and as many kinds of lives as we wish. ~S.I. Hayakawa

The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.
~St. Augustine

Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.
~Mark Twain

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