So Many Books, So Little Time: A Year of Passionate Reading
Sometimes subtle, sometimes striking, the interplay between our lives and our books is the subject of this unique memoir by well-known publishing correspondent and self-described "readaholic" Sara Nelson. From Solzhenitsyn to Laura Zigman, Catherine M. to Captain Underpants, the result is a... show more
Sometimes subtle, sometimes striking, the interplay between our lives and our books is the subject of this unique memoir by well-known publishing correspondent and self-described "readaholic" Sara Nelson. From Solzhenitsyn to Laura Zigman, Catherine M. to Captain Underpants, the result is a personal chronicle of insight, wit, and enough infectious enthusiasm to make a passionate reader out of anybody.
Publish date: October 5th 2004
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 242
Edition language: English
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I found this book on Goodreads, my public library had it, so I borrowed it. I read some of the reviews and although many were negative, I decided I would give it a shot, as my opinion of a book doesn't always agree with reviews I have read. With this book, I probably should have listened to the re...
More Like A 4.5This is a really good book. I enjoyed every second of reading it and I will probably be re-reading it with similar relish.This is a personal memoir told through a year of reading a book a week. The blurb on the main page for this book focuses on the books she read but for me that was ...
A very cute, lite read that will have you laughing and nodding your head in agreement with author Sara Nelson. A self described "readaholic" attempts to read 52 books one book per week for a year. She writes about her journey of self discovery on how she tries to stick to a predetermined list. After...
I can't say exactly why I loved this book so much. Perhaps because it's the kind of book I've always wanted to write myself, but never thought anybody would be willing to read? I hadn't read too many of the books she mentioned, but would probably have loved the book even more if I had. As it was, I ...