I started 5 books but finished none of them. There is no time for reading. When there is time for reading then there is time for sleeping! which to me is always a priority over reading..

The 5 books I’v started are:


This entry was posted on Tuesday, March 17th, 2009 at 1:20 am

15 Responses to “Started 5 books but finished None”

  1. B says:

    I’ve heard about Water for Elephants before, What is it about?

    Waiter Rants looks interesting, I’ll probably add it to my list!

  2. Web Weaver says:

    I loved Secret Lives of Bees, and Oprah made an interview with the author of Waiter Rant, I think if I’m not mistaken he wrote the book after he wrote it on his blog.

  3. Marzouq says:

    Same situation! I have a bunch of books and not really getting through them! I’m even trying to figure out what to start and what to finish! Its never ending and there is no time to read!

  4. Dee says:

    since i started work i cant even bring myself to read anythinnngg ,mashallah 3laik shloun lik khlg??
    and five books b wagt wa7d!!;p

  5. Marzouq says:

    Also The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is a great and very heartfelt book!!

  6. 1001Nights says:

    That happens to me too sometimes but only when the book feels like it’s dragging on and on. BUT Secret Life of Bees is a very touching book so I recommend you finish it. Also I see Carrie on your list even though you didn’t say you started it. That book and Stephen King books in general are truly scary. I remember reading one book in the 9ala with the TV on and my brothers playing around because I was too scared to read it alone in my bedroom. But I was a teenager at the time and frankly it’s not one of those books you really want to read as an ‘adult’. Ya3ni not very memorable or meaningful. I say if you have to prioritize your reading go for the non-Stephen King books first.

  7. Wa6n_3Mri says:

    Yep! Been There, Done That! I have so many books that I started, but not yet finished! I’m running out of “book marks” LOoL

    interesting choice of books though:)

  8. Sou says:

    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is absolutely riveting! I finished it a day and a half after starting it! I’d like to know how Water for Elephants is; I saw it at Jarir, and I’ve been thinking of picking it up. Do review it! Please, please, please? 🙂

  9. Stafa says:

    The lovely bones is an excellent book 😀

  10. Intlxpatr says:

    I used to read WaiterRant all the time; he had a great blog. His insights and observations regarding his customers were kind to those for whom he had compassion, and merciless to the arrogant and self-centered.

    You’ve got some great books there, but I am guessing, not a lot of time to read?

  11. :::ShoSho::: says:

    I know that feeling! I do want to read but haven’t really finished something!

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  13. This is exactly why I don’t read more than one book at a time, unless the book was really hard w didn’t capture my attention thek ilsa3 I move to another one 🙂

  14. ive read the curious incident and secret life of bees. both good. and never start a book then not finish, its the worst thing ever! enjoy!
    oh and i highly suggest you read Suite Francaise, one of the best boks ive ever read