Dewey Decimal 2012 Challenge

I enjoyed very much this challenge last year, as I read 25 books  for it.

So I’m shooting for 20 titles in 2012:

1. Charles Dickens: A Life, by Claire Tomalin

2. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by William Shakespeare

3. Paris, My Sweet: A Year in the City of Light (And Dark Chocolate), by Amy Thomas

4. Gandhi: A Manga Biography, by Kazuki Ebine

5. The Adventures of Hergé, by José-Louis Bocquet

6. Saint Gregory Palamas As a Hagiorite, by Ierotheos of Nafpaktos

7. Exploring the Inner Universe, by Roman Braga

8. Le dieu du carnage, by Yasmina Reza

9. Macbeth, by William Shakespeare

10. The Maldive Mystery, by Thor Heyerdahl

11. Maya Roads: One Woman’s Journey Among The People of The Rainforest, by Mary Jo McConahay

12. Inner River, by Kyriacos C. Markides

13. Antony and Cleopatra, by William Shakespeare

14. Henry V, by William Shakespeare

15. Tanzania, The Land And Its People, by John Ndembwike

16. In The Garden Of Beasts, by Erik Larson

17. Le Road Trip, by Vivian Swift

18. Iraq: The Borrowed Kettle, by Slavoj Zizek

19. Little Princes, by Conor Grennan

20. Much Ado About Nothing, by Shakespeare

21. The Taming of the Shrew, by Shakespeare

22. Beauty For Ashes, by Stephen R. Lloyd-Moffett

23. The Aleppo Codex, by Matti Friedman

24. Clairvaux Manifesto, by Kirk Bartha

25. The Black Count, by Tom Reiss

26. Itinerary, by Octavio Paz

27. House of Stone, by Anthony Shadid

28. The Tempest, by Shakespeare

29. The Far Traveler, by Nancy Marie Brown

30. Action Philosophers by Fred Van Lente, vol. 1

31. Action Philosophers by Fred Van Lente, vol. 2

32. The Ascetical Homilies of Saint Isaac The Syrian

33. Beyond The Sky And The Earth, by Jamie Zeppa

34. Othello, by Shakespeare

35. Twelfth Night, by Shakespeare

36. Merry Wives of Windsor, by Shakespeare

37. All For Love, by John Dryden

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