1001 books you have to read before you die part 1
Book lists have been making the Internet rounds for years now. It also has a synopsis for each book listed, as well as an explanation as to why it was chosen. The list was so successful that every two years an updated version of the list has been released, with newly published books being added and old ones removed in order to keep the number at a consistent
1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die by More Than One Hundred International Critics
Books like this manage to succeed in piquing our interest because our society has cultivated the not-so-fine art of list making. These volumes speak to the inner list maker inside all of us. Hopefully, the titles they suggest call out to those of us who think of ourselves as readers. Half of the joy of poring through it is gathering the names of new books and authors that you want to read or get to know, or of beloved authors that have slipped your mind and to whom you want to return. The other half of the job is getting intensely angry when some of your beloved books were inexplicably excluded or when what you know in your heart are execrable pieces of crap are given two page spreads.
From 3rd edition, *My source list was missing one book, sorry.*.
a steamy romance novel northern exposure