Remember the 2015 reading challenge? I feel like it’s time to make a point on what was read and what was not… And I already feel like I failed big time this year! Let’s see that!
Well, the thing is, I read books that could be many of these points but I believe I had to read one of each, right ? huh, well, this is what I read:
- a book more than 500 hundred pages : Don Quijote de la Mancha, by Miguel de Cervantes
- a book that became a movie : Millenium v.1
- a classic love story : I guess I can say First Love by Tourgueniev
- a book with a one-world title : Inferno by Dante
- a book from an author you love that you haven’t read yet: I started the last Murakami book, Colourless Tsukuru Tazaki and his years of Pilgrimage, but I haven’t finished it yet! It will be before the end of the year though.
- a book more than 100 years old : Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
- a book you can finish in a day : Paper Towns by John Green
- a book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit : A happy nostalgia, by Amélie Nothomb
- a play : King Lear by Shakespeare
- a book that made you cry: Charlotte by David Foenkinos
- a book with magic : It’s not fantasy as it was the rewriting of a myth, Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe.
Well that’s all I can remember that falls in the categories of this challenge. I guess we can call this a huge failure, aha. How about you? Did you manage to read as much as you wanted to?
I’ll see you very soon with another issue,
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