Finished my Who was that, again? choice: Elie Wiesel's NIGHT. Short, but devastating. I swear I'm going to finish OSLO before next week ends, but I keep finding other books to read. I'm on a nonfic kick at the moment.

[x] 1. East meets West: THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING by Rudyard Kipling
[x] 2. No hablo: MEMOIRS OF A POLAR BEAR by Yoko Towada
[x] 3. My hometown: AMERICAN FIRE: LOVE, ARSON & LIFE IN A VANISHING LAND by Monica Hesse (from the DC Metro area; close enough)
[x] 4. Namesakes: THE LITTLE FRIEND by Donna Tartt
[x] 5. Out of this world: TUF VOYAGING by George R. R. Martin
[ ] 6. Enter stage right: OSLO by J.T. Rogers
[x] 7. Counting your chickens: STATION ELEVEN by Emily St. John Mandel
[x] 8. Steady there, cowboy: WELCOME TO HARD TIMES by E.L. Doctorow
[x] 9. Crossing the (Color) lines: THE WOMAN WARRIOR by Maxine Hong Kingston
[x] 10. Who was that, again?: NIGHT by Elie Wiesel
[x] 11. Holy moly some authors like to use lots of words: BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE by Aron Ralston
[x] 12. What everyone else was reading: A MAN CALLED OVE by Fredrik Backman