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Books I’ve Read in 2018

I’ve begun the habit of listing each book I read in posts by year. I like the sense of accomplishment from uploading and watching each thumbnail appear, and I like skimming over and remembering what I’ve read.

Last year I read exactly 52 books (not counting the dryer requiring reading for classes). I’m proud of having read an average of a book a week while in graduate school, and as I look over the covers, I’d say a good quarter or third of them were really good and meaningful. Not bad odds, but I’d like to read even better books in 2018.

The Death and Life of Great American Cities Wine. All the Time. How to Kill a City Harry Potter and the Cursed Child The Bread of Angels The Good of Giving Up The Enneagram Immortal Diamond Seizing Jerusalem Jesus: A Pilgrimage Islamism The Sacred Enneagram Destiny Disrupted One Hundred Suggestions for Seekers and Spiritual Activists Between the World and Me The Colonizer and the Colonized Camera Lucida My Beautiful Friend A Country Between House of Windows Ecumenism and the Reformed Church, Herman Harmelink III

Alias Grace Call Me By Your Name Elevator to the Gallows

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  1. Miriam Wattenbarger
    Posted January 23, 2018 at 8:46 am | Permalink

    I would love to read your books!