In the last few years, I’ve enjoyed reading the posts of several bloggers who are trying to read 52 books in 52 weeks. I’ve also wanted to find a good way for me to keep track of the books I’ve read.
Last year, I decided to try to do the 52 books in 52 weeks meme (and encourage others to do so). I made it to 64, which seemed pretty good. Here’s the post with the 2008 list.
I’m doing the same thing in 2009, but with a few lessons learned, especially that it’s definitely not worth the hassle of adding Amazon links for each book I read.
My approach is the same as last year – I’ll simply update this specific post from time to time throughout the year as I finish books.
46. Free Agent, Jeremy Duns
45. The Age of the Unthinkable, Joshua Ramo
44. The Expediter, David Hageberg
43. The Mad Ones, Tom Folsom
42. The Venona Cable, Brent Ghelft
41. The Victorian Internet, Tom Standage
40. Final Notice, Joe Gores
39. Blank Spots on the Map, Trevor Paglen
38. A Brief History of the Future, Jacques Attali
37. The Gemini Contenders, Robert Ludlum
36. The Matlock Paper, Repbert Ludlum
35. The Osterman Weekend, Robert Ludlum
34. The Scarlatti Inheritance, Robert Ludlum
33. Say Everything, Scott Rosenberg
32. The Rheinemann Exchange, Robert Ludlum
31. The Matarese Countdown, by Robert Ludlum
30. The Matarese Circle, by Robert Ludlum
29. The Parsifal Mosaic, by Robert Ludlum
28. The Harney & Sons Guide to Tea, by Michael Harney
27. Making it All Work, by David Allen
26. Year of the Dog, by Henry Chang
25. The Icarus Agenda, by Robert Ludlum.
24. Bricklin on Technology, by Daniel Bricklin
23. The Chancellor Manuscript, by Robert Ludlum
22. Extreme Measures, by Vince Tynan
21. Maui Revealed: The Ultimate Guidebook, by Andrew Doughty
20. The Cry of the Halidon, by Robert Ludlum
19. 7 Deadly Scenarios, by Andrew Krepinevich
18. Moscow Rules, by Dan Silva
17. Divine Justice, by Dave Baldacci
16. The End of Lawyers?”, by Richard Susskind
15. Rules of Deception, by Christopher Reich
14. Inevitable Surprises, by Peter Schwartz
13. Our Iceberg is Melting, John Kotter
12. Ghost War, Alex Berenson
11. The Spies of Warsaw, Alan Furst
10. Inside Drucker’s Brain, Jeffrey Krames
9. Kiss Me, Deadly, Mickey Spillane
8. The Big Kill, Mickey Spilane

7. One Lonely Night, Mickey Spillane
6. Vengeance is Mine, Mickey Spillane
5. My Gun is Quick, Mickey Spillane
4. I, The Jury, Mickey Spillane
3. Enough, John Bogle
2. The Parsifal Mosaic, Robert Ludlum
1. The Culture of War, Martin Van Creveld

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