I did 119 last year and football season is now upon us.
5 a month should be very doable. Dunno about 10.
BTW my Mom turned me on to a used book web site,
Lots of LIST-OBSCURE books DIRT cheap.
I'd like to write reviews about all the books I've read so far but I don't think I can I do it in any detail so I'll just list the books I've read so far and write about what I'm currently reading. I've spoiled the books I've read so far above. You guys have probably read most of them but if you'd like an idea of any book is about, feel free to ask.
So far, I'm reading House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski. Was really hard for me to start reading it since the format and how weird the entire book was made the book seem like an overwhelming task to start. But after, starting it, I think that it's really captivating. The shifting of writing genres changes how I perceive the events happening and I'm really amazed at how the author can do this. For example, the diary format made it quite personal while another part made me feel like I was watching an exciting documentary. One bad thing about the book is that it seems like homework sometimes because it makes you go back and forth to read footnotes, and I have to constantly take notes. One part is even written in Braille. However, it does make me more immersed in the whole experience.
Just finished House of Leaves. Probably the most creepy book I've ever read. For those who don't know what the book is about, the most basic way I can describe it is it's a book about a haunted house written in the form of an academic journal. I was really engrossed throughout most of the book, but the parts where Johnny rambles on and on became tedious at times. Apparently, there's all these codes within the book. I went on the forums for this book and some of the connections people were able to form were astounding. The book's like a Russian doll.