Saturday, January 4, 2014

Books Read in 2013

December
46. Life of Pi- Yann Martel
47. When We Wake- Karen Healey
48. Tess of the D'Urbervilles- Thomas Hardy
49. The Master and Margarita- Mikhail Bulgakov
50. Austerlitz- W.G. Sebold

November
44. Adam Bede- George Eliot
45. Henry V- William Shakespeare

October
37. The Book Thief- Marcus Zusak
38. A Midsummer Night's Dream- William Shakespeare
39. Henry IV Part 1- William Shakespeare
40. Jane Eyre- Charlotte Bronte
41. Norwegian Wood- Haruki Nurakami
42. Henry IV Part 2- William Shakespeare
43. Hard Times- Charles Dickens

September
33. Richard II- William Shakespeare
34. The God of Small Things- Arundhati Roy
35. Emma- Jane Austen
36. The Trial- Franz Kafka

August
31. The Death Cure- James Dashner
32. Ashes- Ilsa J. Bick

July
28. The Rising- Kelley Armstrong
29. Bitter Is The New Black- Jen Lancaster
30. The Rules of Survival- Nancy Werlin 

June
26. Bloody Valentine- Melissa de la Cruz
27. The Moon and More- Sarah Dessen 

May
21. Left Behind- Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim Lahaye
22. Stung- Bethany Wiggins
23. Trinkets- Kirsten Smith
24. Light- Michael Grant
25. Howards End- E.M. Forster

March, April
17. Me, Him, Them, and It- Caela Carter
18. Death of a Salesman- Arthur Miller
19. On Beauty- Zadie Smith
20. Cloud Atlas- David Mitchell

February
11. Altered- Jennifer Rush
12. Beautiful Creatures- Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
13. Atonement- Ian McEwan
14. Free Man of Color- Charles Smith
15. A Doll's House- Henrik Ibsen
16. The S-Word- Chelsea Pitcher

January
1. Real Live Boyfriends- E. Lockhart
2. Misguided Angel- Melissa de la Cruz
3. The Future of Us- Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler 
4. The Ask and the Answer- Patrick Ness  
5. Return to Me- Justina Chen
6. Perfect Escape- Jennifer Brown
7. Lost Girls- Ann Kelley
8. The Boy Recession- Flynn Meaney
9. Northanger Abbey- Jane Austen
10. Adaptation- Malinda Lo

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You're doing a great job that is the hard goal. I also have a year's books, but I stop in the first quarter.