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I am new to LT - found it randomly when I wanted to start cataloguing my books and just as randomly clicked on the Groups page to see what was there. And lo and behold, there are heaps of readers here, and reading challenges, and fun lists of books to read! I am in heaven!
I have a few BFBs that I have already listed in 2019 challenges, so hoping to read at least five this year (I will keep my number low and hopefully achievable!)
Looking forward to seeing what everyone else is reading here this year.
Gone With The Wind which was a re-read but I was 18 last time I read it. So certainly feel I appreciated it more this time around.
I had a librarian say to me once that we shouldn't waste our time on re-reads but I disagree. I always feel there is more to be discovered. And sometimes it is just comforting to revisit an old friend.
Probably only about 5 out of the 75ish books I read each year are rereads, but they often end up being some of my favorite reading of the year.
I figured this would not count as it is 977 pages in large print edition (I thought that would be cheating). But I looked it up on Goodreads and the regular edition just slips in at 608 pages.
Resistance Women by Jennifer Chiaverini. It is a slow moving read but I think that highlights the insidious nature of Hitler's rise to power. I love historical fiction that is based on real people and this book was based on three female members of the resistance group, the Red Orchestra.