Photo: congerdesign / Pixabay, CC0 Creative Commons
Photo: congerdesign / Pixabay, CC0 Creative Commons
The book year of 2018

Check out the list of some of the stories and books that I read in 2018. My aim is also to participate in the Helmet reading challenge 2018, although I’m happy that the rules are pretty loose so I’ll give my efforts as far as that goes. Under each finished book are marked the items from the Helmet Reading Challenge. Many may apply to a single work.

  1. Chuck Klosterman: But What If We’re Wrong?: Thinking About the Present As If It Were the Past (2016)
    -> 6. The book has been published in more than one format
    -> 22. The book has references to popular culture
  2. Tuomas Kyrö: Mielensäpahoittaja (The Grump, 2010)
    -> 3. A book that starts a series
    -> 10. A book chosen for you by a friend or family member (my sister in fact)
  3. Antti Tuomainen: Mies joka kuoli (The Man Who Died, 2016)
    -> 21. A book that takes you out of your comfort zone (crime thriller)
  4. Antti Tuomainen: Palm Beach Finland (2017)
    -> 4. The book title has a place in it (tourism resort)
  5. Pekka Seppänen: Nyman (2018)
    -> 49. A book published in 2018
  6. Yuval Noah Harari: Sapiens – A Brief History of Humankind (2014)
    -> 45. An award winning non-fiction book

Check out the books I read in 2017, 2016 and books to read in the future.

“There is no loss, if you cannot remember what you have lost.”
~Claire North, The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August