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Books read, 2017

Monday, January 1, 2018, 9:00
Section: Arts & Entertainment

In 2017, I did something I haven’t done since 2013, which was abandon an unreadable book. Despite that, I easily beat my goal of reading 17 books over the course of the year, in part because my fifth grader and I started our own book club, to help him reach his reading goals in school.

Ironically, A Wrinkle in Time is an easier read, according to the Accelerated Reader website than the Warcraft and Minecraft novels we read, despite being much meatier in all the most important ways. And yes, he and I will be there opening weekend for the movie this spring, so we can play compare and contrast with the book.

This year’s goal is 18 books. I had never intended to have these synch up with the calendar year, but that’s an easy way to remember the goal, I suppose. (It’s going to be grim in 2100, though.)

  1. Jan 20: World of Warcraft: The Official Cookbook
  2. Jan 23: Razor Girl
  3. Feb. 13: The Color of Magic
  4. Feb. 17: The Pirate Planet
  5. March 1: Devil in a Blue Dress
  6. March 27: The Light Fantastic
  7. May 2: World of Warcraft: Chronicle 1
  8. May 27: Norse Mythology
  9. June 29: The Case of the Toxic Spell Dump
  10. July 9: Glory Road
  11. July 21: World of Warcraft: Chronicle 2
  12. July 25: Keep Mars Weird (abandoned)
  13. Sept. 4: Treasure Island
  14. Oct. 16: The Swords of Lankhmar
  15. Oct. 30: World of Warcraft: Traveler
  16. Oct. 31: Disney Pirates: The Definitive Collector’s Anthology
  17. Nov. 6: Equal Rites
  18. Dec. 3: Minecraft: The Island
  19. Dec. 14: The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet
  20. Dec. 14: A Wrinkle in Time

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