My Dewey Decimal Challenge 2011

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Master level: 4 – This is the highest level,
so I have already completed several times…


1. The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon, by D. Grann
2. Introducing Benedict’s Rule, by Michael Casey and David Tomlins
3. Light From the Christian East, by James R. Payon, Jr
4. The Great Railway Bazaar, by Paul Theroux
5. In Constant Prayer, by Robert Benson
6. The Band That Played On: The Extraordinary Story of the 8 Musicians Who Went Down with the Titanic, by Steve Turner
7. Curry: A Tale of Cooks and Conquerors, by E. M. Collingham
8. I And Thou, by Martin Buber
9. The Planet In A Pebble, by Jan Zalasiewicz
10. A Distant Mirror: The Calamitous 14th Century, by Barbara W. Tuchman
11. Metamorphosis: The Transfiguration in Byzantine Theology and Iconography, by Andreas Andreopoulos
12. The Worst Hard Time, by Timothy Egan
13. Atlantic, by Simon Winchester
14. The Lost Cyclist, by David Herlihy
15. Johann Sebastian Bach, by Rick Marschall
16. The Greater Journey, by David McCullough
17. Cien Sonetos de Amor, by Pablo Neruda
18. The Pun Also Rises, by John Pollack
19. Being As Communion, by John Zizioulas
20. Settled in the Wild: Notes from the End of Town, by Susan Hand Shetterly
21. Fire Season: Field Notes From a Wilderness Lookout, by Philip Connors
22. Our Thoughts Determine Our Lives, by Elder Thaddeus
23. Tolstoy and The Purple Chair, by Nina Sankovitch
23. The Innocents Abroad, by Mark Twain
24. Germs: Biological Weapons and America’s Secret War, by William J. Broad, Stephen Engelberg, Judith McCoy Miller
25. Is That A Fish In Your Ear?: Translation and The Meaning of Everything, by David Bellos



2 thoughts on “My Dewey Decimal Challenge 2011

    • as you can on my left menu of books currently reading/listening to, I always try to have at least 2 non-fiction books at the same time as a fiction one: one religious, and another of whatever non-fiction kind. learning+entertainment, though of course you can often get the pair in 1 book


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