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Read a book from every year of your life challenge

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10 Jan
5:26pm, 10 Jan 2017
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Fleecing Bells
it's going to take you a bloody long time, Badger!
I keep falling asleep in 1973, though that's the fault of me rather than the book, which is very good.
10 Jan
5:48pm, 10 Jan 2017
11164 posts
Welcome Claire :-)

Waterstones didn't have Lies, Inc. so it'll have to be Amazon.
10 Jan
6:41pm, 10 Jan 2017
6171 posts
Visited one of the best local charity shops for books today but sadly couldn't find my 1966 or 1967 books so I am probably going to have to jump a year or two again. I may have to start a spreadsheet I think to keep up
10 Jan
6:59pm, 10 Jan 2017
17121 posts
I've got a list on Google docs Baroness, which I'm updating as I see books I fancy or for a year where there's a gap.

Lots of gaps in the 70's. Was it the decade that was forgotten by both taste *and* good literature?

10 Jan
8:20pm, 10 Jan 2017
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~waves to Claire~
10 Jan
8:42pm, 10 Jan 2017
19879 posts
Badger's given me an idea for a new challenge: read every book from the year you were born.
10 Jan
8:54pm, 10 Jan 2017
26991 posts
welcome Claire

Dio thats bonkers
10 Jan
8:58pm, 10 Jan 2017
26992 posts
2367 of the most popular books from my year

this being the most popular
Link (roll over me to see where I go)

10 Jan
9:09pm, 10 Jan 2017
681 posts
I'm surprised that still isn't on bestseller lists, Night-owl!
10 Jan
9:09pm, 10 Jan 2017
682 posts
*isn't still,even

About This Thread

The plan to read a book that was first published from each year of your life.
Doesn't matter how long it takes.

some websites for ideas

Fantastic Fiction
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Good Reads
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