What I’ve Read

Books of 2018

Here are all the books I’ve read this year. This year, to make things interesting, I’ve signed up for a few challenges; these are Beat the Backlist, A to Z Reading and Monthly Motifs and you can find out more about the challenges here. I will also continue to make my way through my Read the World Challenge this year and once again I’ve set my goal to read 50 books and to review at least half of what I read. You can find out more about what I’m reading on my Twitter or Goodreads.

Without further ado, here’s what I’m reading in 2018! Any titles with asterisks are rereads and if it has a link that goes to my review.

January:
Artemis – Andy Weir
City of Clowns – Daniel Alarcón and Sheila Alvarado
So Long a Letter – Mariama Bâ
Gould’s Book of Fish: A Novel in Twelve Fish – Richard Flanagan
A Certain Woman – Hala El Badry
Flame in the Mist – Renée Ahdieh

February:
And the Mountains Echoed – Khaled Hosseini
Crazy Rich Asians – Kevin Kwan
Zorro – Isabel Allende
Heidi – Johanna Spyri

March:
All Day at the Movies – Fiona Kidman
– The Knife of Never Letting Go – Patrick Ness
Reading the Ceiling – Dayo Forster
Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage – Haruki Murakami
The Hotel Tito – Ivana Bodrožić
– Animal Farm – George Orwell
– The Life and Loves of a He Devil – Graham Norton

April:
The Devils’ Dance – Hamid Ismailov
Raffles: The Amateur Cracksman – E.W. Hornung
– The Ask and the Answer – Patrick Ness
The Nowhere Girls – Amy Reed
Boy: Tales of Childhood – Roald Dahl
– Monsters of Men – Patrick Ness

May:
Othello – William Shakespeare
Queens of Geek – Jen Wilde
One Day I will Write About This Place – Binyavanga Wainaina
Goldfinger – Ian Fleming
Love, Hate and Other Filters – Samira Ahmed

June:
Bleak House – Charles Dickens
I’m Travelling Alone – Samuel Bjork
– The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde – Robert Louis Stevenson
– The City of Brass – S.A. Chakraborty
Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash – Eka Kurniawan
Who Runs the World? – Virginia Bergin
A Thousand Perfect Notes – C.G. Drews
– Nyxia – Scott Reintgen
Kartography – Kamila Shamsie
– I Stop Somewhere – T.E. Carter
– Light Years – Kass Morgan

July:
– DeNiro’s Game – Rawi Hage
– Smaller and Smaller Circles – F.H. Batacan

Currently reading:
– The Last Gift – Abdulrazak Gurnah
– Summer Is My Favorite Season: A Memoir of Childhood and War in Kosovo – Ilir Berisha

Books Read: 41/52
Books Reviewed: 28/26

Book titles in italics are just suggestions for now as to what I might read for the challenge – it’s not set it stone.
The A to Z Reading Challenge is to read a book beginning with each letter of the alphabet during the year.
A – Artemis – Andy Weir
B – Boy: Tales of Childhood – Roald Dahl
C – City of Clowns – Daniel Alarcón and Sheila Alvarado
D – The Devils’ Dance – Hamid Ismailov
E – Everything I Never Told You – Celeste Ng
F – Flame in the Mist – Renée Ahdieh
G – Gould’s Book of Fish: A Novel in Twelve Fish – Richard Flanagan
H – The Hotel Tito – Ivana Bodrožić
I – I Capture the Castle – Dodie Smith
J – ???
K – Kartography – Kamila Shamsie
L – Love, Hate and Other Filters – Samira Ahmed
M – The Murders in the Rue Morgue – Edgar Allan Poe
N – The Nowhere Girls – Amy Reed
O – Othello – William Shakespeare
P – The Power – Naomi Alderman
Q – Queens of Geek – Jen Wilde
R – Raffles: The Amateur Cracksman – E.W. Hornung
S – Secret Son – Laila Lalami
T – The Time in Between – Nancy Tucker
U – Uprooted – Naomi Novak
V – Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash – Eka Kurniawan
W – Who Runs the World? – Virginia Bergin
X – ???
Y – ???
Z – Zorro – Isabel Allende

Book titles in italics are just suggestions for now as to what I might read for the challenge – it’s not set it stone.
The Monthly Motif Challenge is to read a book that fits a set theme each month of 2018.

JANUARY – Diversify Your Reading
Read a book with a character (or written by an author) of a race, religion, or sexual orientation other than your own.
So Long a Letter – Mariama Bâ

FEBRUARY – One Word
Read a book with a one-word title.
Zorro – Isabel Allende

MARCH – Travel the World
Read a book set in a different country than your own, written by an author from another country than your own, or a book in which the characters travel.
Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage – Haruki Murakami

APRIL – Read Locally
Read a book set in, or a main character from, your country, state, town, village
Raffles: The Amateur Cracksman – E.W. Hornung

MAY – Book to Screen
Read a book that’s been made into a movie or a TV show.
Goldfinger – Ian Fleming

JUNE – Crack the Case
Mysteries, True Crime, Who Dunnit’s.
I’m Travelling Alone – Samuel Bjork

JULY – Vacation Reads
Read a book you think is a perfect vacation read and tell us why.
A Thousand Perfect Notes – C.G. Drews

AUGUST – Award Winners
Read a book that has won a literary award, or a book written by an author who has been recognized in the bookish community.
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SEPTEMBER – Don’t Turn Out The Light
Cozy mystery ghost stories, paranormal creeptastic, horror novels.
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OCTOBER – New or Old
Choose a new release from 2018 or a book known as a classic.
Slaughterhouse 5 – Kurt Vonnegut

NOVEMBER – Family
Books where family dynamics play a big role in the story
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DECEMBER – Wrapping It Up
Winter or holiday themed books or books with snow, ice, etc in the title or books set in winter OR read a book with a theme from any of the months in this challenge
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Books of 2017

Here are all the books I’ve read this year. My reading goals for this year are to read 50 books, review at least half of what I read and start on the Read the World Project. You can find out more about what I’m reading on my Twitter or Goodreads (which I am getting better at updating).

So without further ado, here’s what I’m reading in 2017! Titles with an asterisks are rereads and those with links go to their reviews.

January:
– Green Tea – Sheridan Le Fanu
– March Book One – John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell
– March Book Two – John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell
– March Book Three – John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell

February:
Old Rosa – Reinaldo Arenas

March:
Hiding in Plain Sight – Nuruddin Farah
How I Came to Know Fish – Ota Pavel
– The Fix Vol. 1: Where Beagles Dare – Nick Spencer, Steve Lieber, Ryan Hill and Nic J Shaw
– Mockingbird Vol. 1: I Can Explain – Chelsea Cain, Kate Niemczyk and Ibrahim Moustafa
Letters to Eloise – Emily Williams
Men Explain Things to Me and Other Essays – Rebecca Solnit

April:
Dubai Tales – Mohammad al Murr
Nineveh – Henrietta Rose-Innes
The Keeper of Lost Causes – Jussi Adler-Olsen
Poe Dameron Vol. 1: Black Squadron – Charles Soule and Phil Noto
Monstress Vol. One: Awakening – Majorie Liu and Sana Takeda
A-Force Vol. 0: Warzones! – G. Willow Wilson, Marguerite Bennett and Jorge Molina
– Descender Vol. 1: Tin Stars – Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen
The Hate U Give – Angie Thomas

May:
– The Language of Dying – Sarah Pinsborough
The Accusation: Forbidden Stories From Inside North Korea – Bandi
Looking for Trouble – Roque Dalton

June:
A Wrinkle in Time – Madeleine L’Engle
Eliza and Her Monsters – Francesca Zappia
Metro 2033 – Dmitry Glukhovsky
The Couple Next Door – Shari Lapena

July:
The Bollywood Bride – Sonali Dev
The Book of Memory – Petina Gappah
Even This Page is White – Vivek Shraya
– Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling and Jim Kay
– Kaptara Vol. 1: Fear Not, Tiny Alien – Chip Zdarsky and Kagan McLeod
Sirius – Jonathan Crown
The Fat Years – Chan Koonchung
The Unexpected Everything – Morgan Matson
Gurkha: Better to Die than Live a Coward – Colour Sergeant Kailash Limbu
– Only Ever Yours – Louise O’Neill

August:
The Gunslinger – Stephen King
Electric Souk – Rose McGinty
The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue – Mackenzi Lee
Pachinko – Min Jin Lee
Death Going Down – Maria Angelica Bosco
– The Punisher Vol. 3: Last Days – Nathan Edmondson, Mitch Gerads, Moritat and Brent Schoonover
– Black Widow Vol. 3: Last Days – Nathan Edmondson and Phil Noto
Wonder Woman: Warbringer – Leigh Bardugo

September:
– Bubblegum – Sari Taurez
Let Them Eat Chaos – Kate Tempest
Frangipani – Célestine Hitiura Vaite
Mexico 20: New Voices, Old Traditions – Multiple Authors

October:
Papi – Rita Indiana
– Every Heart a Doorway – Seanan McGuire
Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic – Alison Bechdel
Power Man and Iron Fist Vol. 1: The Boys are Back in Town – David Walker, Sanford Greene and Flaviano
The Open Door, and the Portrait. Stories of the Seen and the Unseen – Margaret Oliphant
Filmish: A Graphic Journey Through Film – Edward Ross
Moxie – Jennifer Mathieu
Black Moses – Alain Mabanckou
The Reader on the 6.27 – Jean-Paul Didierlaurent
– Saga Volume 6 – Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples
– Saga Volume 7 – Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples

November:
Nasty Women – Multiple Authors
Street Without a Name – Kapka Kassabova
– One of Us is Lying – Karen M. McManus
One of Us – Åsne Seierstad

December:
Freelove – Sia Figiel
The Blue Fox – Sjón
When Dimple Met Rishi – Sandhya Menon
The Dark is Rising – Susan Cooper
– Runaways: The Complete Collection Volume Three – Brian K. Vaughn, Adrian Alphona, Mike Norton, Zeb Wells, Stefano Caselli, Joss Whedon, Michael Ryan, Christopher Yost and Takeshi Miyazawa
– Runaways: The Complete Collection Volume Four – Terry Moore, Kathryn Immonen, C.B. Cebulski, Chris Yost, James Asmus, Humberto Ramos, Takeshi Miyazawa, Sara Pichelli, Phil Noto and Emma Rios
– Poe Dameron Vol. 2: The Gathering Storm – Charles Soule and Phil Noto

Currently reading:
– Artemis – Andy Weir

Books Read: 70/50
Books Reviewed: 51/25

Books of 2015

Here are all the books I’ve read this year. After reading (and reviewing) far more books than I expected to last year I’ve set myself some goals. I want to read and review at least 50 books and I want to read more diversely. To give myself a bit of a push I’ve signed up for a couple of challenges. Wormhole’s The What’s in a Name challenge and BookdOut’s The Eclectic Reader challenge. Since I was planning on reading and reviewing 50 books, I thought I might as well add two more to that challenge and sign up for The Mad Reviewer Reading and Reviewing Challenge where I’m a Crazy Reviewer, so I have to read and review 52 books throughout 2015.

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So here’s what I’m reading in 2015! Titles with an astericks are rereads and those with links go to their reviews.

January:
– Clariel – Garth Nix
– The Running Man – Stephen King
– The Punisher Vol. 2: Border Crossing – Nathan Edmondson, Kevin Maurer, Mitch Gerads, Carmen Carnero and Phil Noto
– Secret Avengers Vol. 1: Let’s Have a Problem – Ales Kot and Michael Walsh
– Saga Volume 4 – Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples
– Lazarus Volume Two – Greg Rucka, Michael Lark and Santi Arca
Legend – Marie Lu
– Prodigy – Marie Lu

February:
– Champion – Marie Lu
Black Panther: Who Is The Black Panther – Reginald Hudlin and John Romita Jr.
The Wicked + The Divine Vol. 1: The Faust Act – Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Matthew Wilson and Clayton Cowles
– Black Widow Vol. 2:The Tightly Tangled Web – Nathan Edmondson, Phil Noto and Mitch Gerads
The Color Purple – Alice Walker
The Killing Moon – N.K. Jemisin
Storm Vol. 1: Make It Rain – Greg Pak, Victor Ibañez and Scott Hepburn
Ms. Marvel Vol. 1: No Normal – G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona

March:
Bad Feminist – Roxane Gay
– My So Called Secret Identity – Suze Shore, Will Brooker and Sarah Zaidan
Sharp Objects – Gillian Flynn
#scandal – Sarah Ockler
Geezer Girls – Dreda Say Mitchell
The Iron King – Julia Kagawa
– Secret Avengers Vol. 2: The Labyrinth – Ales Kot and Michael Walsh

April:
– Doubletake – Rob Thurman
The Shadow of the Wind – Carlos Ruiz Zafon
– Hawkeye vs Deadpool – Gerry Duggan, Mateo Lolli and Jacopo Camagni
X, a Novel – Ilyasah Shabazz and Kekla Magoon
– Captain America: Winter Soldier – Ed Brubaker, Steve Epting, Michael Lark and John Paul Leon
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl – Jesse Andrews
– Ms. Marvel Vol. 2: Generation Why – G. Willow Wilson, Jacob Wyatt and Adrian Alphona

May:
The Martian – Andy Weir
The Fade Out: Act One – Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips
Seed – Lisa Heathfield
– Civil War – Mark Millar, Steve McNiven and Morry Hollowell
– Everyday Sexism – Laura Bates
Lazarus Volume Three – Greg Rucka, Michael Lark and Santi Arca

June:
To Kill A Mockingbird – Harper Lee
– Loki: Agent of Asgard: I Cannot Tell A Lie – Al Ewing, Jorge Coelho and Lee Garbett
– Queen of Katwe – Tim Crothers
The Three – Sarah Lotz
One Dog at a Time – Pen Farthing
Fear and Loathing in La Liga: Barcelona vs Real Madrid – Sid Lowe
Finding Audrey – Sophie Kinsella
– The Man Who Was Thursday – G.K. Chesterton
Hood – Stephen R. Lawhead
– Runaways Volume Two – Brian K. Vaughan, Adrian Alphona and Takeshi Miyazawa
– Scarlet – Stephen R. Lawhead
– Ms. Marvel Vol 3: Crushed – G. Willow Wilson, Takeshi Miyazawa and Elmo Bondoc

July:
The Girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins
– X-Men: Days of Future Past – Chris Claremont and John Byrne
Crash and Burn – Michael Hassan
Techbitch – Lucy Sykes and Jo Piazza
– Velvet Vol 1: Before the Living End – Ed Brubaker, Steve Epting and Elizabeth Breitweiser
Slashback – Rob Thurman
– Secret Avengers Vol. 3: God Level by Ales Kot and Michael Walsh

August:
The Hounding of David Oluwale – Kester Aspden
Becoming Death – Melissa Brown
– Throne of Glass – Sarah J. Maas
A Monster Calls – Patrick Ness
– Thor: Goddess of Thunder – Jason Aaron, Russell Dauterman and Jorge Molina
Cinder – Marisa Meyer

September:
– The Catcher in the Rye – J.D. Salinger
Scarlet – Marisa Meyer
Raven’s Gate – Anthony Horowitz*
Evil Star – Anthony Horowitz*
Nightrise – Anthony Horowitz*
– Night Owls – Jenn Bennett

October:
Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
Lost Boi – Sassafras Lowrey
Cress – Marissa Meyer
Kitchen – Banana Yoshimoto
Lumberjanes Vol. 1: Beware the Kitten Holy – Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis, Shannon Watters and Brooke Allen
Fairest – Marissa Meyer

November:
Tokyo Heist – Diana Renn
– Saga Volume 5 – Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples
Five Ghosts Vol. 3: Monsters & Men – Frank J. Barbiere, Chris Mooneyham and Lauren Affe
– Hawkeye Vol. 4: Rio Bravo – Matt Fraction, David Aja, Chris Eliopoulos and Francesco Francavilla
Winter – Marissa Meyer
The House of Hidden Mothers – Meera Syal

December:
Crime Wave – Rose Pressey
Lagoon – Nnedi Okorafor

Currently Reading:
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Books read: 81/52
Books reviewed: 52/52

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Book titles in italics are just suggestions for now as to what I might read for the challenge – it’s not set it stone.
The What’s in a Name challenge is to read six books whose titles fit in certain categories.
A word including ‘ing’ in it: The Running Man – Stephen King
A colour: Black Panther: Who Is The Black Panther – Reginald Hudlin and John Romita Jr.
A familial relation: The House of Hidden Mothers – Meera Syal
A body of water: Lagoon – Nnedi Okorafor
A city: Tokyo Heist – Diana Renn
An animal: One Dog at a Time – Pen Farthing

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Book titles in italics are just suggestions for now as to what I might read for the challenge – it’s not set it stone. The Eclectic Reader challenge is to read twelve books that fit in certain categories.
Retellings: Hood by Stephen R. Lawhead
A book set in a country starting with the letter S: The Shadow of the Wind – Carlos Ruiz Zafon
PI Crime: Crime Wave – Rose Pressey
A novel published before you were born: To Kill A Mockingbird – Harper Lee
Contemporary romance: Anna and the French Kiss – Stephanie Perkins
Fiction for foodies: Kitchen – Banana Yoshimoto
Microhistory: The Hounding of David Oluwale – Kester Aspden
Science Fiction set in space: The Martian – Andy Weir
Sports: Fear and Loathing in La Liga: Barcelona vs Real Madrid – Sid Lowe
Featuring diversity: X, a Novel – Ilyasah Shabazz and Kekla Magoon
Epistolary Fiction: The Color Purple – Alice Walker
Middle Grade/YA Adventure: Legend – Marie Lu

Books of 2014

Here are the books I’ve read this year. I’ve decided I want to read at least 12 books this year because I do find it hard to fit in reading around University life but I love the worlds you can find yourself in when reading so want to fit it in somewhere.

To help me read at least 12 books I’ve signed up for The Mad Reviewer Reading and Reviewing Challenge where I’m a Sane Reviewer, so I have to review 12 books throughout 2014.

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So here’s what I’ve read – those with an asterisk are a reread and those with links go to its review:

February:
Winter’s Tale – Mark Helprin
Young Avengers Vol 1: Style > Substance – Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie
Young Avengers Vol 2: Alternative Cultures – Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie

March:
Vicious – V.E. Schwab
Divergent – Veronica Roth

April:
The Princess Bride – William Goldman
Young Avengers Vol 3: Mic-Drop at the Edge of Time and Space – Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie
The Losers Book One – Andy Diggle and Jock
Insurgent – Veronica Roth
Allegiant – Veronica Roth

May:
Man in the Empty Suit – Sean Ferrell
If You Find Me – Emily Murdoch

June:
The Strain – Chuck Hogan and Guillermo del Toro
Please Ignore Vera Dietz – A.S. King
The Losers Book Two – Andy Diggle and Jock
The Giver – Lois Lowry

July:
If I Stay – Gayle Forman
Wolverine and the X-Men Vol. 1 – Jason Aaron, Chris Bachalo and Nick Bradshaw
Noble Conflict – Malorie Blackman
Pretty Deadly Vol 1: The Shrike – Kelly Sue Deconnick and Emma Rios
Captain Marvel Vol 1: In Pursuit of Flight – Kelly Sue Deconnick, Dexter Soy and Emma Rios
Black Widow Vol 1: The Finely Woven Thread – Nathan Edmondson and Phil Noto
Secret Avengers Vol 1: Reverie – Nick Spencer and Luke Ross

August:
Gone Girl – Gillian Flynn
X-Men Vol. 1: Primer – Brian Wood, Oliver Coipel and David Lopez
Secret Avengers Vol 2: Lilad – Nick Spencer, Ed Brisson, Butch Guice and Luke Ross
Saga Volume One – Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples
Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft – Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez
Saga Volume Two – Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples
Girls of Riyadh – Rajaa Alsanea
Loki: Agent of Asgard: Trust Me – Al Ewing and Lee Garbett

September:
Runaways – Brian K. Vaughan, Adrian Alphona and Takeshi Miyazawa
The Punisher Vol. 1: Black and White – Nathan Edmondson and Mitch Gerads
The Revenge of Seven – Pittacus Lore
Sabriel – Garth Nix *
The 5th Wave – Rick Yancy
Sloppy Firsts – Megan McCafferty
Second Helpings – Megan McCafferty
The Handmaid’s Tale – Margaret Attwood
The Red House – Mark Haddon
No and Me – Delphine de Vigan

October:
Shades of Grey – Jasper Fforde
Lirael – Garth Nix *
Abhorsen – Garth Nix *
The Maze Runner – James Dashner
The Scorch Trials – James Dashner
The Death Cure – James Dashner
Hawkeye Vol 3: L.A. Woman – Matt Fraction, Annie Wu and Javier Pulido
We Were Liars – E. Lockhart
Secret Avengers Vol 3: How To MA.I.M. A Mockingbird – Nick Spencer, Ales Kot, Butch Guice and Luke Ross

November:
Sex Criminals Vol. 1: One Weird Trick – Matt Fraction and Chip Zdrasky
Poe – J. Lincoln Fenn
A Long Way Down – Nick Hornby
Lazuarus Vol. 1: Family – Greg Rucka, Michael Lark and Santi Arcas
Rocket Girl Vol. 1: Times Squared – Brandon Montclare and Amy Reeder
The Manhattan Projects Vol. 1 Science Bad – Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra
Saga Volume Three – Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples
Five Ghosts Vol. 2: Lost Coastlines – Frank J. Barbiere, Chris Mooneyham and Lauren Affe
X-Men Vol. 2: Muertas – Brian Wood and Terry Dodson

December:
172 Hours on the Moon – Johan Harstad
The Infinite Sea – Rick Yancey
Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac – Gabrielle Zevin
Ask the Passengers – A.S. King
Wolverine: Old Man Logan – Mark Millar and Steve McNiven

Currently Reading:
Clariel – Garth Nix

Books read: 64/12
Books reviewed: 31/12

Books of 2013

Here are all the books I’ve read in 2013. Some are for fun and some have been for University.

First Read

January:
Quicksand – Nella Larsen
Saturday – Ian McEwan
Their Eyes Were Watching God – Zora Neale Hurston
Comic Wars: Marvel’s Battle for Survival – Dan Raviv
My Revolutions – Hari Kunzru
The Accidental – Ali Smith
Native Son – Richard Wright

February:
Warm Bodies – Isaac Marion
The Street – Ann Perry
Double Vision – Pat Barker
Beautiful Creatures – Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
Go Tell It On the Mountain – James Baldwin
Remember Me – Trezza Azzopard

March:
Glister – John Burnside
Invisible Man – Ralph Ellison
Song of Solomon – Toni Morrison
The City and the City – China Mieville

April:
Hunting in Harlem – Mat Johnson
Beautiful Darkness – Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

May:
Beautiful Chaos – Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
Beautiful Redemption – Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
The Twelve – Justin Cronin
Fish Change Direction in Cold Weather – Pierre Szalowski

June:
Ooh! What A Lovely Pair – Ant & Dec
City of Bones – Cassandra Clare
City of Ashes – Cassandra Clare
Heist Society – Ally Carter

July:
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter – Seth Grahame-Smith
Another Bullshit Night in Suck City – Nick Flynn
Darkness Falls – Jessica Sorensen
Two Good Thieves – Daniel Finn
Uncommon Criminals – Ally Carter

August:
Perfect Scoundrels – Ally Carter
Holes – Louis Sachar
The Fault in Our Stars – John Green
Airhead: Runaway – Meg Cabot
I’ve Got You’re Number – Sophie Kinsella

September:
Angelmaker – Nick Harkaway
Time Riders – Alex Scarrow
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest – Steig Larrson
The Fall of Five – Pittacus Lore

October:
Luther: The Calling – Neil Cross

Current Book:
The Lies of Lock Lamoroa – Scott Lynch

Next Book:
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Number of books read: 42