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Discussion in 'General Book Discussion' started by Anamnesis, Jul 5, 2009.
Fifty Books for Our Times | Newsweek Books | Newsweek.com
I wish they had decided that a fewer number would suffice, but there are a few titles that caught my eye. Interesting list, anyway, selected according to an unusual criterion.
Thanks for posting.
Interesting. I have only read 1 of those: Do Android Dream of Electric Sheep. Normally on these kinds of lists, I find that I have read more.
Only read Midnight's Children by Salman Rushdie.
I've only read Frankenstein and A Good Man is Hard to Find.
I've read Things Fall Apart, Year of Wonders and Frankenstein. Very interesting list though.
I own Random Family, but have yet to read it. I should do that soon.
So Frankenstein is the only book on this list that I've actually read.
I have read Midnight's Children and A Good Man is Hard to Find and just started the Regeneration Trilogy.
The trouble with physics (made my brain turn inside out)
The Dark Is Rising (read this when I was a kid, and was the first book I read under the duvet with a torch I was so desperate to finish it)
Good list isn't it. Now I have some more books to add to my wish list :lol:
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