Does anyone who has the physical book fancy sharing the words of each page of the next section in the same way MarcusP did before? It’s made it a lot easier for us ebook readers to keep track of where we are.
@zuzu I don’t know if you are still around. We haven’t seen you since just after the book club started. Would you like someone else to set up the next thread in a few days?
In the original weekly progression overview there is a sudden jump in speed in week 6 to 14 pages per week. It then returns to 7 pages per week. I’ve looked at the book using the information Belthazar kindly provided and those pages seem as text heavy as the others. I assume there is just a mistake in the original working out but maybe I’m missing something.
Is everyone happy for me to plan based on continuing one page a day over that week? It will mean the rest of the reading schedule all moves back a week. Like to approve or comment to object!
Looked at this again and I’m also a bit confused because today is already page 48 (new book and then 40 old book) I think? And the second last page of section 1 I think? How can page 46-49 be section 2 (it doesn’t fit the new nor the old pages at least according the the general section overview in the first post)? And I think in general the overview is not up to date because we “skipped” a few illustration pages… Sadly, the first post is not a wiki, so no one can fix it other than the OP.
So will you start a new thread tomorrow, @Micki, in case @zuzu doesn’t?
We are ahead of the original schedule because of the picture-only pages which were originally planned as rest or catch-up days. The next text page and first page of section 2 (生き物のお話) is page 50, due tomorrow japanese time (?).
@JenK Zuzu kindly set up this book club a while back but we haven’t seen him since a day or two after we kicked off reading. Would it be possible to turn the OP into a wiki so we can edit it with updates please? Thanks!
Just spotted that you have finished off section 3 page endings for us! That’s so kind, especially when you are not reading with us at the moment! It’s people like you that make this community such a great place!