Reading Challenge: Borrowed Book Challenge

I am all for libraries and the world-wide phenomena of libraries disappearing because of people not interested in borrowing books any longer worries me a great deal. So when I cam across this wonderful challenge hosted by Book’d Out, I simply had to join it. And the Challenge Badge looks good too :).

However, since half the year is almost gone, I will be Borrower Be that means I need to borrow, read and return at least 12 books.

If you too want to support libraries, register yourself for this challenge. Further details can be found over here:

30th June 2011

First entry: Ammi: letter to a democratic mother 

Review here

30th July 2011

2nd entry

Death in Kashmir by M.M. Kaye

11th August 2011

3rd Entry

Murder of a Martinet by E.C.R Lorac

3rd September 2011
4th Entry
Police at the Funeral by Margery Allingham

3rd October 2011

5th Entry

Night in Bombay by Louis Broomfield

19th November 2011

6th Entry

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

25th November 2011

7th Entry

The Reader by Bernhard Schlink

8th Entry

The Land of Green Plums by Herta Muller

9th Entry

The Wheel Spins by Ethel Lina White

10th Entry

The Savage Garden by Mark Mills

11th Entry

The Sonnet Lover by Carol Goodman

12th Entry

The Yellow Rose and Other Stories by K.K. Khullar

13th Entry

The American Boy by Andrew Taylor

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