Reading Challenge: Books Published in The First Years of My Life

 

My own challenge: Books Published in The First Years of My Life
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  COMPLETED!
Kid level : 5 books

– 1966: The Crying Of Lot 49, by T. Pynchon
– 1967: Company for Henry, by P. J. Wodehouse
– 1968: Do Butlers Burgle Bankers, by P. J. Wodehouse
– 1969: Edible Woman, by M. Atwood
– 1970: The Bluest Eye, by T. Morrison

7 thoughts on “Reading Challenge: Books Published in The First Years of My Life

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  3. Great ideas for me, since I was born in 1966 too. Thankfully, I’ve already read the Pynchon, so I don’t have to read that one. But the Wodehouse books are a terrific idea for 1967 and 1968. I’ll keep an eye out for them.

    I am going to first check my TBR shelves, because I know there will be books there, patiently waiting for me.

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  4. Sadly I didn’t even manage the five I set myself here. I was ill in November and December. But I did manage three of them – 1951,52 and 53. I propose to catch up with the other two during 2012 and my ultimate aim is to read one from every year of my life. If we are both still blogging when I finish I’ll let you know!

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    • Sorry to hear you were sick and had to slow down your reading. As for the end of this challenge, I’m afraid by then I would be too old to see the result on this earth. Do you have a recap post with the 3 books you read?

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