Friday, September 18, 2020


As I was going through my books, I was surprised at how few fiction books I had.  I do enjoy reading fiction, but I guess it is easier to find fiction and novels at the library.  I pared a few as I have not read them or have no interest in re-reading them.  I kept (1) that I want to read and (7) that I would either read again or have some meaning to me.

Fiction (Keep 8 of 13)
  • Crichton, Michael. A CASE OF NEED. 1968. Paperback (not read, donate)
  • Dostoyevsky, Fyodor. THE IDIOT. 1969 Paperback (donate)
  • Dostoyevsky, Fyodor. THE POSSESSED. 1962 Paperback (donate)
  • Follett, Ken. THE PILLARS OF THE EARTH. 1989. Paperback (not read)
  • Hughes, Johnny. TEXAS POKER WISDOM. 2007. Paperback (read, donate)
  • Marquez, Gabriel Garcia. ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE. 1967. Paperback (read, donate)
  • McGuire, Paul. LOST  VEGAS. 2010. Paperback (read)
  • Parker Jr., John L. ONCE A RUNNER. 2009. Hardcover.
  • Pirsig, Robert M. ZEN AND THE ART OF MOTORCYCLE MAINTENANCE. 1999. Paperback. (read)
  • Rand, Ayn. ATLAS SHRUGGED. 1957 Paperback (read)
  • Tripathi, Amish. SHIVA TRILOGY 2 THE SECRET OF THE NAGAS. 2012 Paperback (read)
  • Tripathi, Amish. SHIVA TRILOGY 3 THE OATH OF THE VAYAPUTRAS. 2013 Paperback (read)
  • Verghese, Abraham. THE TENNIS PARTNER. 1998. Paperback (read)

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