Year of reading 2019 part 3

And after my list of 2019 favorites,
as well as my 2019 stats,
here is to a fun wrap up:

Year of reading 2019 part 3

There are a lot of those online, but these are my favorites. The idea is to finish the sentences and answer the questions exclusively with titles I read in 2019.

If you are intrigued by a title, just copy and paste it in the search button, and you will access the review. If nothing shows up, look it up in Goodreads

– When I was younger I was Quichotte
– People might be surprised to discover that I’m The Woman in the Window
– I will never be La fille de Brooklyn [The Brooklyn girl]
– At the end of a long day I need Prayers by the Lake
– Right now I’m feeling On the Edge of the World
– Someday I want to Surface
– At a party you’d find me Exposed
– I’ve never (been) The Lodger
– I really don’t enjoy The Death of Murat Idrissi
– In my next life I want to be A Better Man

– If you could go anywhere, where would you go: The Pine Islands
– Your favorite form of transportation: Parnassus on Wheels
– Your best friend is Valerie
– You and your friends are Four Soldiers
– What’s the weather like: Treachery
– Favorite time of day: At Dusk
– If your life was: Dreamland
– What is life to you: Love in the New Millennium
– Your fear: Celestial Bodies
– What is the best advice you have to give: Talk to Me
– Thought for the Day: And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer
– How I would like to die: Spirited Away
– My soul’s present condition: Redemption Point

I began the day with Lady Clementine.
On my way to work I saw The Memory Police
and walked by The Castle of Otranto,
to avoid Bear and Wolf,
but I made sure to stop at The Library of Lost and Found.
In the office, my boss said, J’ai dû rêver trop fort [I must have dreamed too much] 
and sent me to research The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
At lunch with Alexander Schmorell,
I noticed Olga’s Egg
under The Dark Lake,
then went back to my desk, A Long Way Down.
Later, on the journey home, I bought The Trumpet of the Swan
because I have (a) Castle in the Sky;
then settling down for the evening, I picked up Earthen Vessels
and studied The Shape of the Ruins 
before saying goodnight to My Neighbor Totoro.

I have so much fun with this every year!
Have you tried with the titles of the books you read in 2019?

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Happy year of reading 2020 to each of you!

Please leave the link of your post in a comment
if you did some of that fun stuff
with the titles you read yourself in 2019

17 thoughts on “Year of reading 2019 part 3

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  4. What a great way to make a summary of your reading. I don’t seem to have read any of the books on your list, although I know that we have quite the same taste of books. When the time comes, I will try to do the same as you with my list of books.

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    • Thanks. As I read a lot, it’s really hard to find the best, so at least it gives me 3 books for each genre! Plus some books are much better as audio for instance. Looking forward to see your list at the end of 2020!

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