Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Books I Remember Noting About (but Have Read)

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Today’s Top  Ten Tuesday is a Freebie Week! I’ve kept a reading log, on and off, for most of my adult life. I have several of these still, so I know I did actually read these titles! I just can’t tell you anything about them.

 

 

Some of these were read in desperation in the Peace Corps (1989–1991)–back before there was t.v. in the region and when a trip to the library took a bus or mini bus and miles of walking. Others were read before I was ready for them. Some were just read and, well, not memorable.

 

 

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14 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Books I Remember Noting About (but Have Read)

  1. sjbraun

    I’ve not read any of these either — well, that I recall. I love that you’ve always kept book logs. I only started a few years ago with Goodreads. I *really* wish I’d kept a lifelong list. It would be fascinating! One downside to reading a lot (and I’m reading a lot more now than I did earlier in life) is that the sheer volume tends to mean that I don’t remember what I read as well. I guess my brain only has so much room!

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  2. Haha! I’m sure I could come up with a top ten of my own. I’ve been banned from bringing more books into the house (there’s always the Kindle), so I have no shelf to refer to. Some of the books on your list look pretty good to me!

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  3. As I used to read over 200 books a year at one stage (living alone, long-distance relationship, very long commute) and still read over 100, there must be lots of books I’ve read but forgotten. I’m often surprised by how books change when I re-read them.

    Of yours, I’ve read the Macomber but I have read loads of hers and so can’t remember what happens in each one!

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