حصيلة العام 2022 من الكتب

تجاوزت عدد الكتب التي التزمت بقرائتها هذا العام – 124 كتاب بدل 100 كتاب. وعدد صفحات يتجاوز 38 ألف صفحة، بمعدل 311 صفحة للكتاب. وتجاوزت عدد الكتب التي قرأتها العام الماضي. لكن هذا العام استفدت من خاصية الاستماع للكتب أكثر. قرأت لمؤلفين جدد هذا العام وأعدت قراءة كتب قرأتها في الماضي لأهميتها. كما استكملت المجلد التاسع من قصة الحضارات لويل دوران، وأتطلع لقراءة المجلدات الأخرى. استكملت قراءة بعض الكتب التي لم أقرأها لإدوارد سعيد وجيريد دياموند ورجا شحادة وبول كاهان ومايكل ساندلز وآخرين. مستعد للعام التالي بتحدي أكبر للقراءة.

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