Monday, January 5, 2009

Lula's 2009 Reading List

1. Rapunzel's Revenge - by Shannon and Dean Hale, illustrated by Nathan Hale
2. Brisingr - by Christopher Paolini
3. The Book Thief - by Markus Zusak
4. To America, Personal Reflections of an Historian, by Stephen Ambrose
5. The Confederacy of Dunces - by John Kennedy Toole
6. Stardust - by Neil Gaiman
7. The Omnivore's Dilemma - by Michael Pollen
8. My Dear Cassandra: The Letters of Jane Austen - by Penelope Hughes-Hallett
9. The Shack - by William Young
10. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - by JK Rowling
11. How Fiction Works - by James Wood
12. Coraline - by Neil Gaiman
13. The Sugar Queen - by Sarah Addison Allen
14. A Midwife's Tale - by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
15. The Friday Night Knitting Club - by Kate Jacobs
16. The Other Boleyn Girl - by Philippa Gregory
17. Garden Spells - by Sarah Addison Allen
18. Mistress Shakespeare - by Karen Harper
19. Jane Austen Ruined My Life - by Beth Pattillo
20. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - by JK Rowling
21. Gandhi, His Life and Message for the World - by Louis Fischer
22. Does My Head Look Big In This? - by Randa Abdel Fattah
23. Black Sheep - by Georgette Heyer
24. Custard and Company - by Ogden Nash
25. Pope Joan, a Novel- by Donna Woolfolk Cross
26. Same Kind of Different As Me - by Ron Hall & Denver Moore
27. Villette - by Charlotte Bronte
28. Henry the Eighth - by William Shakespeare
29. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - by JK Rowling
30. Fatally Flaky - by Diane Mott Davidson
31. Eats, Shoots & Leaves - by Lynne Truss
32. The Constant Princess - Philippa Gregory
33. The Grand Sophy - by Georgette Heyer
34. City of Bones - by Cassandra Clare
35. Devil's Cub - by Georgette Heyer
36. Bird by Bird - by Anne Lamott
37. On Writing - by Stephen King
38. The Devil in the White City - by Erik Larson
39. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - by JK Rowling
40. City of Ashes - by Cassandra Clare
41. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies - by Seth Graham-Smith
42. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - by Mary Ann Shaffer
43. City of Glass - by Cassandra Clare
44. The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down - by Anne Fadiman
45. The Wives of Henry the VIII - by Antonia Fraser
46. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - by JK Rowling
47. These Old Shades - by Georgette Heyer
48. The Eyre Affair - by Jasper Fforde
49. Twelfth Night - by William Shakespeare
50. Mr. Darcy's Diary - by Amanda Grange
51. Catch 22 - by Joseph Heller
52. Flowers from the Storm - by Laura Kinsale
53. The Complete Maus, A Survivor's Tale - by Art Spiegelman
54. I, Elizabeth: A Novel - by Roselind Miles
55. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - by JK Rowling
56. Dead Until Dark - by Charlaine Harris
57. The Good Earth - by Pearl S. Buck
58. When You Are Engulfed in Flames - by David Sedaris
59. The Secret Diaries of Charlotte Bronte - By Syrie James
60. Living Dead in Dallas - by Charlaine Harris
61. Club Dead - by Charlaine Harris
62. The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen - by Syrie James
64. These is my Words- by Nancy E. Turner
65. Finger Lickin' Fifteen - by Janet Evanovich
66. Mr. Darcy, Vampyre - by Amanda Grange
67. Dead to the World - by Charlaine Harris
68. The Four Feathers - by A. E. Mason
69. Dead as a Doornail - by Charlaine Harris
70. The Pit and the Pendulum - by Edgar Allan Poe
71. A Tale of the Ragged Mountains - by Edgar Allan Poe
72. Definitely Dead - by Charlaine Harris
73. All Together Dead - by Charlaine Harris
74. And Then There Were None - by Agatha Christie
75. More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark - retold by Alvin Schwartz
76. Mother Night - by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
77. Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters - by Jane Austen and Ben H. Winters
78. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - by JK Rowling
79. From Dead to Worse - by Charlaine Harris
80. World War Z - Max Brooks
81. Evermore - Alyson Noel
82. Frankenstein - by Mary Shelley
83. Dead and Gone - by Charlaine Harris
84. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - by Stieg Larsson
85. Something Wicked This Way Comes - by Ray Bradbury
86. Into Thin Air - by Jon Krakauer
87. Intimations of Austen - by Jane Greensmith
88. Freakonomics - by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
89. Shiver - by Maggie Stiefvater
90. The Girl Who Played With Fire - by Stieg Larsson
91. A Redbox Christmas - by Fannie Flagg
92. The Divine Comedy, Inferno - Dante
93. Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen - by Susan Gregg Gilmore
94. Pirate Latitudes - by Michael Crichton
95. Cranford - by Elizabeth Gaskell
96. Frederica - by Georgette Heyer
97. Bet me - by Jennifer Crusie

5 comments:

Amanda said...

Wait...how is your total here like 15-20 books higher than at 5-Squared??

Lula O said...

Hey you caught me! Only the ones in blue have been reviewed. I'm a little behind, plus things are slowing down on 5-squared (it's a busy time of year) and I feel like I'm hogging all the time there so I haven't been putting as many on that site. Not back to back anyway.
I've still been reading though, like a crazy women in heat! I'll never catch you though. Sheesh woman you read like nothing I've ever seen!

Amanda said...

Nah, just when I become obsessed. It was my way of dealing with the pain of writer's block. I've reviewed 1 book so far in October...

Tanja said...

what did you think of her Fearful Symmetry? I haven't seen your review of it yet.

Lula O said...

Because I haven't even started it yet! I can't seem to get to it. I'll have to shoot for it next year. It's getting luke-warm reviews, but I still want to try it.