(I told you it was extra extra mini)
- [X]Dhalgren, Samuel Delaney
- [X]The River Why, David James Duncan
- [X]Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy (trans. Richard Pevear & Larissa Volohonsky)
- [X]A Blade of Grass, Lewis DeSoto
- [X]Doctor Zhivago, Boris Pasternak (trans. Richard Pevear & Larissa Volohonsky)
- [X]Freedom, Jonathan Franzen
- [X]The Corrections, Jonathan Franzen
- [X]Frankenstein, Mary Shelley
- [X]The Death of Ivan Ilvych and Other Stories, Leo Tolstoy (trans. Richard Pevear & Larissa Volohonsky)
- [X]As I Lay Dying, William Faulkner
- [~]The Heartbreaking Work of a Staggering Genius, Dave Eggers
Since I decided to most certainly nix The Hearbreaking Work of a Staggering Genius (I feel like that will get me some angry looks. I get that it's a huge deal for some people, but I tried reading it three times and each time fell flat on my face. It was boring. There, I said. Boring. To me, at least), then I have most certainly, definitely completed my (extra extra) mini bucket list!
Which is exciting, since I turn twenty-three this Friday (April First. Awkward, I know). I have a new list for the months of April, May and June. It'll be exciting. What's even more exciting, though, is that I finally finished posting all my back-logged book reviews! Yay!
Well, except my reviews of the Steig Larsson books. Those will take some time, since it was kind of a process.