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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

10 Essential Books for Book Nerds

Look you are reading this blog, so you fit the bill.  Sorry to break to you.

So now that the denial part is over, why not embrace your book nerdom and take a look at this list from Flavorwire of their 10 Essential Books for Book Nerds.

Since we did not have a Monday Discussion this week due to the Columbus Day holiday, I thought this could be the unofficial Monday Discussion.

Check out the list and leave me a comment adding to it.

I will start.  All proper book nerds need to read Jasper Fforder's Thrusday Next series beginning with The Eyre Affair. I also love Ian Sansom's Bookmobile Mysteries, but those are a double dose nerdom of book nerd and library nerd.

What about you?

2 comments:

Sarah Elsewhere said...

How about "Libriomancer" by Jim C. Hines?

Christi said...

I am forever suggesting it to people, but I think one of my favorite bibliphile's dream books will always be The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon.