Sept/Oct/Nov 2009 Reviews

You may enter your Sept/Oct/Nov '09 reviews here if you don't contribute to the blog (or even if you do).

1. Steven (The Ghost Road)
2. The Winds of Dune at The Great Geek Manual
3. Nancy Posey
4. Laura (The Long Goodbye)
5. alisonwonderland (The Graveyard Book)
6. AF Heart
7. Snake Dreams
8. Angel's Advocate
9. alisonwonderland (Unwind)
10. The Oxford Project
11. Flash Forward
12. Mee (Strangers)
13. Isis at The Great Geek Manual
14. Cam (epi Bloguer)
15. Laura (Disgrace)
16. alisonwonderland (Kissing Games of the World)
17. Kimmie (The Bridge on the Drina)
18. Laura (Wolf Hall)
19. Mee (American Born Chinese)
20. Tracey (The Bone People)
21. alisonwonderland (Worth)
22. alisonwonderland (Rules)
23. Cam (How I Live Now)
24. Tracey (A Golden Age)
25. Lisa Hill (Crow Lake)
26. Cam (The Blind Assassin)
27. Kimmie (Possession)
28. Farm Lane Books (Perdido Street Station)
29. Farm Lane Books (De Niro's Game)
30. Farm Lane Books (Persepolis)
31. Farm Lane Books (2666)
32. Elizabeth (Wolf Hall)
33. Cam (The Hours)
34. Tracey (Eye of the Needle)
35. Kimmie (Flowers for Algernon)
36. Yellojkt
37. When You Reach Me (Tiny Librarian)
38. Tiny Librarian (Her Royal Spyness)

5 comments:

    Is Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe eligible for this challenge?

    On November 19, 2009 at 2:30 PM Anonymous said...

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    Nearly done: My five are:

    Booker Prize: The Elected Member by Bernice Rubens (August)

    Miles Franklin: Swords and Crowns and Rings by Ruth Park (September)

    Nobel Prize: The Twyborn Affair by Patrick White (September)

    Nobel Prize: The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway (November) (Oops, this one doesn’t count because I already have one Nobel prize winner.)

    Alex Prize: Crow Lake by Mary Lawson (November)

    1 more TBA.

    Lisa Hill (ANZ LitLovers)

    Progress so far:

    Booker Prize: The Elected Member by Bernice Rubens (August)

    Miles Franklin: Swords and Crowns and Rings by Ruth Park (September)

    Nobel Prize: The Twyborn Affair by Patrick White (September)

    Nobel Prize: The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway (November) (Oops, this one doesn't count because I already have one Nobel prize winner.)

    Alex Prize: Crow Lake by Mary Lawson (November)

    1 more TBA.
    Lisa Hill, ANZ LitLovers

    On December 5, 2009 at 1:44 PM Anonymous said...

    Hey are you a professional journalist? This article is very well written, as compared to most other blogs i saw today….
    anyhow thanks for the good read!