Originally Posted by AntiHero84
...waitaminute... That's almost a book a week! I'll have to think about this one.
The more you think the less time there is for reading.
Originally Posted by mtsoccer4
Man no kidding. 50 books is a challenge; at a rate of about 4 per month, you either need to be voracious reader or just read little novelas. Certainly Ayn Rand and Tolstoy would feel left out next year if you decided to take on the challenge.
I first read about this in 06 and I attempted the challenge but fell behind in March and gave up (I was a small timer then and had to work). I say that to say this, one of the guys who read around 70 books while going to Yale LS full time and working on the Law Review read Jonathan Strange and Mister Norrell in one week so it can be done.
Originally Posted by Dakota rube
I average about 60 books a year...
(But I have no life, so ymmv.)
Now is your chance to prove it.