OT ’09 wrap-up

I finished the OT ’09 Challenge some time ago, and thought it is high time I did a wrap-up post for it. 🙂

These are the books I read for the Challenge,  along with the countries visited. (Click on the links for the reviews):

  1. Anne of Green Gables – Lucy Maud Montgomery (Canada)
  2. Man, Woman and Child – Erich Segal (USA)
  3. Speedpost – Shobha De (India)
  4. The Witch Of Portobello – Paulo Coelho (Brazil)
  5. Bridget Jones’s Diary – Helen Fielding (England)
  6. The Thing Around Your Neck – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (Nigeria)
  7. Girls Of Riyadh – Rajaa Alsanea (Saudi Arabia)
  8. To Sir, With Love – ER Braithwaite (Guyana)
  9. The Prophet – Kahlil Gibran (Lebanon)
  10. This Year It Will Be Different And Other Stories – Maeve Binchy (Ireland)

It was fun doing the Challenge in 2009 as well, though most of the books were light reads and a couple of authors were repeats from OT ’08 .

I must thank Bethany for hosting this wonderful challenge without which I would probably never have read across so many countries!

Happy reading, all of you!! 🙂

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4 responses to “OT ’09 wrap-up

  1. Congrats! I need to do this as well!

  2. priyaiyer

    @veens

    thanks, girl!! all the best to you for finishing up this one… 🙂

  3. i have heard a lot about man women and child, I know masoom movie was based on it..I should read this one for sure 🙂

  4. priyaiyer

    @rambler

    hey!! long time..
    you should read erich segal for sure, especially his classic ‘love story’..
    man, woman and child was a nice read, though i liked the film masoom more than the book.. somehow!!

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