MedlemEBT1002

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mystery (91), family (68), WWII (47), England (47), police procedural (33), coming of age (31), memoir (29), graphic memoir (29), Ireland (28), poetry (28), graphic novel (27), Booker Prize Winner (26), grief (26), friendship (24), short stories (23), audiobook (22), New York City (21), Booker Prize longlist (19), murder (19), NYRB (18), immigration (18), magical realism (18), crime (18), racism (17), slavery (17), immigrants (17), London (17), Persephone Books (17), dogs (17), marriage (16), romance (16), Scotland (16), classic (16), Europa Editions (16), historical fiction (15), Booker Prize shortlist (15), Paris (15), British (15), humor (15), poverty (14), India (13), WWI (13), thriller (13), California (12), feminism (12), essays (12), Florida (11), Seattle (11), relationships (11), siblings (11), young adult (11), Early Reviewers (11), Nigeria (10), Brooklyn (10), dystopia (10), 1920s (10), death (10), Mexico (9), memory (9), fathers and sons (9), books about books (9), race (9), Italy (9), children's literature (9), war (8), Holocaust (8), cats (8), sisters (8), nonfiction (8), China (8), brothers (8), music (8), refugees (8), lesbian (8), mothers and daughters (8), climate change (8), Alaska (8), ghosts (8), Los Angeles (7), love (7), Texas (7), speculative fiction (7), women (7), North Dakota (7), post-apocalyptic (7), gender (7), colonialism (7), Japan (7), fathers and daughters (6), satire (6), Montana (6), pandemic (6), science fiction (6), Wyoming (6), South (6), aging (6), suspense (6), New York (6), Native American (6), France (6), 19th century (6), stories (6), fantasy (6), Canadian (6), Mississippi (5), identity (5), Civil War (5), Japanese literature (5), alcoholism (5), Norfolk (5), Glasgow (5), mythology (5), domestic violence (5), Archipelago Books (5), Israel (5), philosophy (5), espionage (5), Quebec (5), Appalachia (5), South Africa (5), Canada (5), religion (5), small town (5), Vietnam (5), Great Depression (5), The Troubles (4), Idaho (4), North Carolina (4), historical mystery (4), Jim Crow (4), African-American (4), queer (4), Poland (4), transgender (4), revolution (4), Ohio (4), noir (4), gothic (4), art (4), Edinburgh (4), Native Americans (4), Ojibwe (4), archaeology (4), Balkans (4), Wales (4), mothers and sons (4), literary criticism (4), Orange Prize (4), Christianity (4), biography (4), Australia (4), motherhood (4), nature (4), Minnesota (4), Africa (4), serial killer (4), Atlanta (4), Pulitzer Prize (4), loneliness (4), Germany (4), fairy tales (4), Norway (4), LGBTQ (4), medicine (4), Sicily (3), Kindle (3), Belfast (3), higher education (3), Russia (3), Victorian (3), Middle East (3), Catholicism (3), Baltimore (3), surrealism (3), Laos (3), Literature (3), mountaineering (3), Michigan (3), Christmas (3), Iowa (3), Kentucky (3), tragedy (3), Ontario (3), Hong Kong (3), Boston (3), novel in verse (3), Judaism (3), Jamaica (3), gold rush (3), Moscow (3), Texas Rangers (3), forensic archaeology (3), African American (3), natural history (3), translated from French (3), graphic nonfiction (3), magic (3), Zimbabwe (3), Alabama (3), apocalypse (3), Philadelphia (3), mental illness (3), suicide (3), addiction (3), New England (3), American South (3), rape (3), survival (3), southern gothic (3), Georgia (3), novella (3), child abuse (3), missionaries (3), disability (3), drugs (3), 1970s (3), medieval (3), horses (3), loss (3), orphans (3), translation (3), supernatural (3), horror (3), obsession (3), high school (3), science (3), dark (3), comics (3), Oakland (3), depression (3), fairy tale (3), allegory (3), prison (3), animals (3), writing (3), 1930s (3), mortality (3), gangs (3), autobiography (3), adoption (3), Oregon (3), superheroes (3), New Orleans (3), Cape Cod (3), Istanbul (3), Henry VIII (3), old age (3), Soviet Union (3), cancer (3), New Zealand (3), Pakistan (3), Colorado (3), Maine (3), Greece (3), Auschwitz (3), children's (3), private investigator (3), non-fiction (2), adventure (2), Nova Scotia (2), lighthouses (2), plagiarism (2), Ethiopia (2), Cornwall (2), childhood (2), French Resistance (2), paranormal (2), Kansas (2), Thailand (2), Dust Bowl (2), history (2), Thomas Cromwell (2), monsters (2), Dutch Resistance (2), academia (2), Katrina (2), Illinois (2), Scandinavia (2), Arizona (2), libraries (2), American Indians (2), Venice (2), retelling (2), hiking (2), infidelity (2), corruption (2), 1960s (2), Shetland (2), Harlem (2), Charles Darwin (2), soldiers (2), illustrated (2), labor unions (2), Japanese internment (2), Shetland Islands (2), human trafficking (2), priests (2), twins (2), Oxford (2), western (2)
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Jan 20, 2011
Om mitt bibliotek
For my first 3 years on LT, I only added books I was actually reading to my collection. For 2014, I'm going to catalogue all the books I own (To Read) as well as create an active Wish List.

Also for 2014, I'm starting a newly articulated rating system.

5 = Breathtaking. This book touched me in a way that only a perfect book can do.
4.5 = A wonderful read, among my favorites of the year.
4 = A great read; truly enjoyable.
3.5 = Not *quite* great but I'm truly glad I read this.
3 = Pretty good, with a few things done well.
2.5 = Average, and life is too short to read average works.
2 = A bit below average. A waste of time.
1.5 = Nearly no redeeming qualities. Really rather bad.
1 = Among the worst books I've ever read.

Om mig
I can buy books faster than I can read them.

Like that makes me stand out in this crowd. Ha.

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Seattle
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Boklådor: Elliott Bay Book Company (Seattle), Malaprop's Bookstore & Cafe, Powell's City of Books (Portland), Third Place Books Seward Park, University Bookstore

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