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52 Books in 52 Weeks

In the least couple of years, I’ve enjoyed reading the posts of several bloggers who are trying to read 52 books in 52 weeks.
With The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies due out this spring, I thought it would be a good idea to focus on book-reading for 2008.
I’ve also wanted to find a good way for me to keep track of the books I’ve read. I experimented a bit with Shelfari, but didn’t stick with it.
So, for 2008, I’ve decided to do the 52 books in 52 weeks meme (and encourage others to do so).
My approach will be to update this post periodically throughout the year to keep the running tally in one place.
December
64. Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Sanction, Eric Van Lustbader
63. The Little Book of Common Sense Investing, John Bogle
62. Bumping into Geniuses, Danny Goldberg
61. Chain of Blame, Paul Muolo and Mathew Padilla

November
60. The John Boyd Roundtable, Mark Safranski
59. Looking for Trouble, Ralph Peters

October
58. The Medici Effect, Franz Johansson
57. The Trillion Dollar Meltdown, Charles Morris
56. Reinventing Collapse, Dmitry Orlov

September
55. The Integral Vision, Ken Wilber
54. First Daughter, Eric Van Lustbader
53. Do Travel Writers Go to Hell?, Thomas Kohnstamm
52. The Art of Cycling, Robert Hurst
51. The 2008 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide, Sharon Nelson, John Simek and Michael Maschke

August
50. The Faithful Spy, Alex Berenson
49. The Third Coast, Ted McClelland
48.The Unthinkable, Amanda Ripley
47.A Simpler Way, Margaret Wheatley
46. Richistan, Robert Frank
45. Downsizing Your Home with Style, Lauri Ward
44. Seeing the Old Way, Jonathan Hale

July
43. To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee
42. The iPod Book, Scott Kelby
41. Kingdom of Shadows, Alan Furst
40. The Foreign Correspondent, Alan Furst
39. Sins of the Assassin, R. Ferrigno
38. The Orpheus Deception, David Stone
37. Terror and Consent, Philip Bobbitt

June
36. Flashback, Raymond Chandler
35. Pulp Stories, Raymond Chandler
34. Double Indemnity (script), Raymond Chandler
May
33. The Amateur Spy, by Dan Fesperman

32. Still Broken, by A.J. Rossmiller

31. The Big Switch, by Nicholas Carr

30. High Window, by Raymond Chandler

29. Farewell, My Lovely, by Raymond Chandler

April
28. The Big Sleep, by Raymond Chandler

27. The Rolling Stone Interviews, by Jann Wenner and Joe Levy

26. Bathroom, by Suzanne Ardley

25. Darkness Falls, Kyle Mills

24. Prince of Fire, by Dan Silva

23. Beyond Bullet Points (Second Edition), by Cliff Atkinson

March
22. Certain to WIn, by Chet Richards

21. Crashproof Your Kids, by Timothy Smith

20. The Physics of NASCAR, by Diandra Leslie-Pelecky

19. The Hound of the Baskervilles, Arthur Conan Doyle

February
18. Absolute Power, by David Baldacci

17. Stone Cold, by David Baldacci

16. The Art of Learning, by Josh Waitzkin

15. The Shell Game, by Steve Alten

14. Coltrane, by Ben Ratliff

13. The Sign of Four, by Arthur Conan Doyle

12. A Study in Scarlet, by Arthur Conan Doyle

January.
11. How to Pick a Peach, by Russ Parsons

10. Presentation Zen, by Garr Reynolds

9. The Nuclear Jihadist: The True Story of the Man Who Sold the World’s Most Dangerous Secrets…And How We Could Have Stopped Him , by Douglas Frantz and Catherine Collins

8. Kitchen Confidential, by Anthony Bourdain

7. No Reservations, Anthony Bourdain

6. The United States of Arugala, David Kamp

5. Ronnie, Ronnie Wood

4. Dance with the Dragon, David Hagberg

3. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle

2. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle

1. Last Harvest: How a Cornfield Became New Daleville: Real Estate Development in America from George Washington to the Builders of the Twenty-first Century, and Why We Live in Houses Anyway, by Witold Rybczynski


[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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  1. Mr. Beefy says:

    Considering that many people only read one book a year on average, this is a great resolution!

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