Monday, July 2, 2018

Recap of Novels 91 - 100

Recap of Novels 91-100

Average rating of novels 91-100 - 3.8 Stars (out of 5)

91.  ½    Remembrance of Things Past     by Marcel Proust
92.  ★★½      The Charterhouse of Parma     by Stendhal
93.  ★★★★      Go Tell it on the Mountain     by James Baldwin
94.  ★★★½       U.S.A. (trilogy)     by John Dos Passos
95.  ★★★★      Native Son     by Richard Wright
96.  ★★★★½   Deliverance     by James Dickey
★★★★½   The Stand     by Stephen King
★★★★½   Little Women     by Louisa May Alcott
99.  ★★★½   A Dance to the Music of Time by Anthony Powell
100. ★★★★ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

Favorite: The Stand
Honorable Mention: Deliverance

Least Favorite: Remembrance of Things Past

Best Hero: Nick Andros from The Stand
Best Heroine: Mother Abagail from The Stand

Best Villain: Randall Flagg from The Stand
Dishonorable mention: Not a villain, just ughhh! Kenneth Widmerpol from A Dance to the Music of Time

Most interesting/Complex character: Bigger Thomas from Native Son

Best Quotation: I do think that families are the most beautiful things in all the world! ~ Jo March from Little Women

Best Subtitle: No subtitles in the group, but Remembrance of Things Past is alternately titled In Search of Lost Time

Best film adaptation: Deliverance (film of the same title)

Worst film adaptation: 2005 The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (though, I believe the quirkiness of this satirical Sci-fi comedy would be extremely difficult to capture adequately in a two-hour film).



  1. Woo hoo! You finished! Now what are you going to do? Another 100? In any case, a big congratulations and a high-five!

    1. I actually have another 1200+ novels, but I'll be reading a bit MORE from my other genre TBRs now. Thanks Cleo

  2. Congratulations on getting through your 100 novel list. That was the whole list, right? So what are you going to read and post about now?

    1. When I get around to my quest wrap up post, I'll explain what next...but basically still reading, still blogging, not quite so exclusively novels or classics.


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