It may be my first Dewey’s readathon, but it’s been going on twice a year since 2007, and so this is the 10 year anniversary. To celebrate, one of the challenges is to recommend a book from each of the years, and though the challenge says 10 books, I make that 11… Anyway, I made another Instagram bookstack.
Here’s a handy-dandy list, with links to my blog posts about each book (if I ever wrote one):
2007: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling. Hardly needs an introduction.
2008: Bad Science by Ben Goladacre.
2009: Shades of Grey by Jasper Ffforde.
2010: Started Early, Took my Dog by Kate Atkinson.
2011: How to be a Woman by Caitlin Moran.
2012: En man som heter Ove by Peter Backman.
2013: Hyperbole and a Half by Alleie Brosch.
2014: Men Explain Things to Me by Rebecca Solnit. I haven’t technically finished this book, but I’ve finished the essay which gives it its title, and it’s brilliant.
2015: Evna by Siri Pettersen. Never blogged, bad blogger. I did manage to write something about the first book in the trilogy, though, Odinsbarn.
2016: The Hanging Tree by Ben Aaronowitch. Also never blogged. I’ve written about two other titles in the series, though, and I heartily recommend reading every single one.
2017: Tegnehanne: Blod, Svette og Tress-is by Hanne Sigbjørnsen.
And now to get back to reading for the remaining… 102 minutes.