miércoles, 15 de febrero de 2012

Redux: Books that I've Read Since Being in the Peace Corps

(I definitely forgot about a few the first round, so here's the updated version)

1) The Post Birthday World-Lionel Shriver-517 Pages
2) Once Segundos-Paulo Coehlo-288 Pages
3) Peony in Love-Lisa See-320 Pages
4) The Last Season-Eric Blehm-384 Pages
5) Light at the Edge of the World-Wade Davis-180 Pages
6) Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance-Robert Persig-373 Pages
7) The Bean Trees-Barbara Kingsolver-256 Pages
8) The Poisonwood Bible-Barbara Kingsolver-576 Pages
9) The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency-Alexander McCall Smith-235 Pages
10) Tears of the Giraffe-Alexander McCall Smith-256 Pages
11) Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates-Tom Robbins-464 Pages
12) The Grapes of Wrath-John Steinbeck-473 Pages
13) When Things Fall Apart-Pema Codron-148 Pages
14) Shanghai Girls-Lisa See-336 Pages
15) The News from Paraguay-Lily Tuck-272 Pages
16) Three Cups of Tea-Greg Mortenson-368 Pages
17) Turn Right at Machu Picchu-Mark Adams-352 Pages
18) Born to Run-Christopher McDougall-304 Pages
19) Empire Falls-Richard Russo-483 Pages
20) A Walk in the Woods-Bill Bryson
21) He's Just Not That Into You-Greg Behrent & Liz Tuccilo-180 Pages
Currently Reading: Even Cowgirls Get the Blues-Tom Robbins
Total Number of Books: 21
Total number of Pages: 6,765
Favorite Book: The Bean Trees
Least Favorite: The News from Paraguay
Most Informative: He's Just Not That Into You
Most Inspiring: Born to Run
Best book to read while in the Peace Corps: The Grapes of Wrath (we got it good compared to the Jodes)

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