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52 books in 52 weeks

Update: 2022-02-09

Newest update: 52 books plus - read this post about it. I will still read 52 books minimum, but I will also read other books on the side.

About two weeks ago this thought popped into my head: what if I do a reading project in 2022? Read a book a week, 52 books in 52 weeks.

Posts about this project

Book list (constantly updated)

Side reading (not restricted to one book per week)

This is reading on the side, when I have time or mood. Usually longer books that I don't think I can read in a week, or non-fiction books that I want to read deeply and writing notes.

  • Johann Hari: Stolen Focus : Why You Can't Pay Attention–and How to Think Deeply Again
  • Charlie Chaplin: My Autobiography


  • 1. January 3-9. >> Philip K. Dick: Solar Lottery (translation)
  • 2. January 10-16. >> Joost A.M. Meerloo: The Rape of the Mind (English)
  • 3. January 17-23. >> Alice in Wonderland (English)
  • 4. January 24-30. >> Isaac Asimov: Foundation (translation)


  • 5. January 31-February 6. >> Isaac Asimov: Foundation and Empire (translation)
  • 6. February 7-13. >> Isaac Asimov: Second Foundation (translation)
  • 7. February 14-20. >> Pierre Boulle: Planet of the Apes (translation)
  • 8. February 21-27. >> Daniel Defoe: Robinson Crusoe (translation)


  • 9. February 28-March 6. >> Vinnie Jones: It's Been Emotional (translation)
  • 10. March 7-13. >> TBD
  • 11. March 14-20. >> TBD
  • 12. March 21-27. >> TBD


  • 13. March 28-April 3. >> TBD

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