Fall into Reading Challenge 2009

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I’m joining the Fall into Reading Challenge 2009. This is a low pressure challenge which will help me get caught up in some of my other challenges. 🙂 You can join the challenge by signing up over at Callipider Days. The challenge goes from September 22 – December 20.

Books I plan on reading:

  • The Lost Symbol, by Dan Brown – Completed 9/30
  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, by J.K. Rowling (I might try listening to this. I heard the audio was fantastic.) – Completed 11/17
  • Preventing Bullying at School, by James Bitney and Beverly B. Title
  • The Strain by Guillermo Del Toro  Completed October 31
  • something of the DCF ListSavvy, by Ingrid Law, 342 pages, Completed November 15

Happy reading everyone!

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5 Responses

  1. The Harry Potter on audio is fantastic! Both versions!

  2. Hello, Nan! I do hope you get to like The Lost Symbol. I had mixed feelings about it. Also, I found The Strain quite derivative of other vampire literature. Still, I can’t wait to read your review of these books.

  3. I will check it out once I see exactly where I am sitting on the other challenges I have committed to. This one sounds great and I hope to go through the ones I am in today and update and see what my deadlines are etc…

    The Lost Symbol is one I really want to read as well!

  4. Oh – and Potter on Audio? I will have to check that out!

  5. Hi, Nan!

    Your list looks good. I just recently read The Da Vinci Code, so I’ll probably include Angels and Demons on my list, then switch to The Lost Symbol, I would really love to read it.

    Enjoy your reading fall!

    Ivana

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