Bookageddon Challenge

Well all know that reading is awesome, but where's the...more»
Well all know that reading is awesome, but where's the challenge in it?

The Bookageddon Challenge:
Read twenty-five books in a year, from the time you join. That's approximately one book every two weeks. Not too bad, is it?

Comment in the thread The Reading List to update your status: what book you're currently reading, and the date when you finish it. Book reviews are totally awesome. Remember to tag any reviews with bookageddonchallenge, please!

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Book Review: The Dictionary

The most detrimental book in existence and Satanic by, ironically, definition. Language is the most influential tool in mind control. Language is the external expression…
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i am reading this book

is about the fashion industry
Xris Jul 18, 2010

4 more SF novels - and a coffee table book.

I have said more than once that I am abjectly addicted to SF (science fiction, to the layperson). Here is even more proof.   Picking up where…

3 SF novels in a month

The Bookageddon Challenge reactivated my voracious scifi geek gene. Before long I found myself in the library taking out armloads of the stuff ... the…
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Lake's Manifesto

From Beige by Cecil Castellucci. Fantastic book.
Ashly Apr 27, 2009

The Book of Saints, by Nino Ricci

The Bookageddon Challenge has activated my speed-reading gene. I have just finished reading Nino Ricci's The Book of Saints and am now plowing through a…

Book Review: The Raw Shark Texts

The Raw Shark Texts Steven Hall I thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book; I picked it up and didn't put it down until I was finished…
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a skyline Mar 03, 2009

The World At The End of Time

I have just finished reading The World At The End of Time, by Frederik Pohl. This book was published in 1990 by one of the…

Book Review

The Book One hand jerking reports from an investigative satirist           by Paul Krassner My review Extreme of conciousness Paul Krassner's book has been on my shelf for a few…
Xris Feb 20, 2009
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Fleur De Leigh's Life of Crime: A Novel

I picked this book up at an estate sale primarily because I am crazy for anything set between the 20s-50s. And because it was a…