L is for the Library

L is for the List of 180 and the Library in English.

For this year's A to Z I'm featuring books I've read based on the Reading Challenge.

Today's book is a book you own but have never read.

I recently blogged about the (mostly) failure to read, by 2015, 180 books I own but hadn't read, since most of the books are now in storage. In our new place I already have 70 books to read - actually, it's down to 65 now. I'm making a dent in the pile!

Mainly because there's a book fair coming up! The Library in English in Geneva is having its biannual book sale at the end of the month.



Which books do you think I should get?

Comments

Hart Johnson said…
Oh, library book sales are awesome--they usually are cheap! Though I have a hard time knowing what to recommend, as I don't know what you've read. The couple books I've read lately that I really loved were Marbury Lens (Andrew Smith) and Scorpio Races (Maggie Stiefvater).
Michael Di Gesu said…
Hi, Deniz,

I am guilty....

I have hundreds of books in "my" library that I have not read YET...

Once I move into my next home, which will HOPEFULLY be THE HOME, I will set up my upstairs library/office, and attempt to read every evening until I've read many of my collection.

Many books I have are from authors I have met and purchased their books. I must admit not all of them interest me, BUT you know who WE are... we love books, just to have and look at them. LOL.

Enjoy your books... I hope you enjoy them!!!!!
David P. King said…
Libraries are awesome. And I have a ton of books that I haven't started yet. Why do I keep buying them? :)
In other words, you are about to add to that stack!
Susan Taylor said…
There isn't enough time in the day to read all the books I have on my shelves and on my lists to read! Have you read anything by David Foster Wallace? I love love love love love his writing. A great place to start is "A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again."

Blogs such as yours are so appealing to me as I am always on the lookout for new and interesting books to read, even though I have PLENTY of things to read already! Reading is just the best.

Susan
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Jack said…
Have you read Unbroken? Currently, that is the book I'm recommending left and right to everyone.
Deniz Bevan said…
Ooh, thanks for the recommendations, all!
I picked up quite a few books...and counted what's in the house. Basically, of all the books, there are still 60 that I haven't read!

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