Mission Accomplished

To Be Read Takedown Challenge

Antifragile, Nassim Nicholas Taleb (7/18/14)
The Vikings, Robert Ferguson (6/7/14)
Power, Inc; David Rothkopf (6/14/14)
An Edible History of Humanity, Tom Standage (7/8/14)
Small-Mart Revolution, Michael Shuman (7/12/2014)
The World Until Yesterday, Jared Diamond (5/29/14)
Fighting Traffic: the Dawn of the Motor Age in the American City, Peter Norton (7/21/14)
Earth, Richard Fortey (9/7/14)
Good Natured, Frans de Waal (6/27/14)
Galileo’s Finger, Peter Atkins (12/23/14)

NOW I CAN BUY BOOKS AGAIN!

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Citizen, librarian, reader with a boundless wonder for the world and a curiosity about all the beings inside it.
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5 Responses to Mission Accomplished

  1. I have purchased all of two books in the last seven months!

    Of course, now I'm out of the habit. I've been browsing online, unable to convince myself to buy anything, and had the same fate at the store today. My buying muscles have atrophied…

  2. CyberKitten says:

    WOW!

    I'm trying to cut down – at least a little bit (basically because I'm drowning in books) but I'm still running at something like 50-100 books a year.

    I could stop for 6 months without running out of things to read though – quite easily (and that's just using what I have all around me).

  3. James says:

    Did somebody mention drowning in books? I'm not sure I can stop buying them, but I'll try.
    Congratulations on completing your list.

  4. It's a LOT easier to refrain from buying if you have access to good libraries!

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