Best books of January, 2014
Most of you notice the name of the blog, hundred books a year. I choose this name because in 2013 I’ve challenged myself to read 100 books which was a failure for me but when I compared it with previous years I’ve read much more books.
This will be my second year for 100 book challenge, but hope to make this challenge a habit for myself.
I want to post one article at the end of each month to list my current status. And also try to summarize the books, how I like them in these article. This will be the first one.
This month I’ve read (and listened) 9 books which kept me on track for my challenge. Two of these were audiobooks, three of these were e-books and four of them were hard-copy books.
Three of them are extraordinary books for me. These were Frank Herbert’s Dune, İhsan Oktay Anar’s Galîz Kahraman and Arthur C. Clarke’s 2001: A Space Odyssey.
- Dune (Dune Chronicles, #1) (audio book) [usr=4.7]
- Galîz Kahraman (hard-copy) [usr=4.6]
- 2001: A Space Odyssey (Space Odyssey, #1) (audio book)[usr=4.2]
- The Garden of Stones (Echoes of Empire, #1) (e-book)[usr=3.5]
- The Adversary (The Sundering, #3) (e-book)[usr=3.2]
- The Heavens Rise (e-book) [usr=2.5]
- Cennette Kim Kimdir? (hard-copy)[usr=2.0]
- Antik Mitolojide Kim Kimdir? (hard-copy)[usr=2.0]
- Eski Türkiye Türkçesi (hard-copy)[usr=2.0]