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I was a little late to join the reading challenge, so thus far I can only tally books I read as part of the previous Morris/Nonfiction Reading Challenge. (Some of my faves from that challenge were Wonder Show, Seraphina, Titanic: Voices from the Disaster, and Bomb: The Race to Build — and Steal — the World’s Most Dangerous Weapon.) That being said, I have a LOT of books I’m looking forward to reading from our challenge list. Just to name a few:
- The Diviners (I haven’t really liked Libba Bray’s other books, but I have high hopes for this one based on the description and the reader responses)
- I Hunt Killers (I’m intrigued by the reader reviews I’ve seen)
- Wonder (This has been on my to-read list for AGES…)
- Boy21 (Another one I see popping up on a lot of must-read lists)
- Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (Can’t wait to get my hands on this one!)
Any books that you have really enjoyed thus far? Any books that are on the top of your to-read pile?
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