3-3 Books I Read (So far)

I did a lot of reading on the island.  About a year in, I decided to start writing all the titles down.  I think I missed a few so here is a mostly complete list of things I’ve read in between September 2010 and October 2012.  I’m happy to write reviews or give recommendations on any of them and I may do a short recommendations or best of list at some point in the future. Sorry for the couple that I don’t have authors on.  I forgot to write some down.

Also, do not judge me for reading Twilight.  It was necessary.

Samuari – Jason Hightman
Rune Lords – David Farland
Brotherhood of the Wolf – David Farland
Packing for Mars – Mary Roach
My Stroke of Insight – Jill Bolte Taylor
Seized: A Seacaptains Adventure Battling Scoundrel’s and Pirate While Recovering Stolen Ships in the World’s Oceans – Max Hardberger
The Fever: How Malaria has Ruled Humankind for 500 Years – Sonia Shah
Ghost Map: The Story of London’s Most Terrifying Epidemic – Steven Johnson
The History of the New York Underworld
Heaven – Mur Lafferty
Hell – Mur Lafferty
Earth – Mur Lafferty
Wasteland – Mur Lafferty
War – Mur Lafferty
Catching Fire – Suzanne Collins
Mocking Jay – Suzanne Collins
Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins
Little Brother – Cory Docterow
Makers – Cory Docterow
Mastiff – Tamora Pierce
Bloodhound – Tamora Pierce
Terrier – Tamora Pierce
Tortall and Other Lands – Tamora Pierce
Changing the World – Edited Mercedes Lackey
A Matter of Magic – Patricia Wrede
Heartless – Gail Carriger
Blameless – Gail Carriger
Changeless – Gail Carriger
Soulless – Gail Carriger
Dragon in Distress – Mercedes Lackey and Elizabeth Waters
A Posse of Princesses – Sherwood Smith
Moving Targets – Mercedes Lackey
Young Warriors – Edited Tamora Pierce
Spellwright – Blake Charlton
Odd and the Frost Giants – Terry Pratchett
Farthing – Jo Walton
The 7 Towers – Patricia Wrede
Wiseheart – Jack Kornfeld
Meditation Now or Never – Steve Hagen
The Blue Sword – Robin McKinley
7th Son (Audio book) – JC Hutchins
25 Lessons in Digital Photography
The Scarlet Letter – Nathanial Hawthorne
Travel New Zealand
Switch: How to Change Things when Change is Hard – Chip Heath and Dan Heath
Tipping Point – Malcolm Gladwell
Wicked – Gregory Maguire
Son of a Witch – Gregory Maguire
Slumgirl Dreaming – Rubina Ali
The Nation – Terry Pratchett
The Kite Runner – Khaled Hosseini
Peter and Max: A Fables Tale – Bill Willingham
1421: The Year China Discovered America – Gavin Menzies
How to Build a Dinosaur – Jack Horner and James Gorman
Under the Tuscan Sun – Frances Mayes
The Saint of Dragons – Jason Hightman
Harpy’s Flight – Meghan Lindholm
Sun of Suns (Audio) – Karl Schroeder
Twilight – Stephanie Meyer
Charmed Life – Diana Wynne Jones
Conrad’s Fate – Diana Wynne Jones
The Lives of Christopher Chant – Diana Wynne Jones
Enda –
Rescue 471 – Peter Canning
The Pinhoe Egg – Diana Wynne Jones
Thud – Terry Pratchett
The Silk Code (Audio) – Paul Levinson
Unfolding the Moon – Lissant Bolton
Mistborn – Brandon Sanderson
The Well of Ascension – Brandon Sanderson
The Hero of Ages – Brandon Sanderson
Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen
Playing for Keeps – Mur Lafferty
Getting the Buggers to Behave – Sue Cowley
The Help – Kathryn Stockett
The Dark Side of the Sun – Terry Pratchett
Timeless – Gail Carriger
Sky-tinted Waters – Edited Michael Merriam
Unbowed – Wangari Maathai
The Better Angels of Our Nature – Steven Pinker
Masked – Edited Lou Anders
Ender in Exile – Orsen Scott Card
Crystal Rain – Tobias Buckell
Coarline – Neil Gaiman
First Flight – Mary Robinette Kowal
Templars: History and Mythology
On Basilisk Station – David Weber
The Honor of the Queen – David Weber
Poetics of Aristotle – Aristotle
No Mercy – Sherrilyn Kenyon
The Curse of Chalion – Lois McMaster Bujold
Unseen Academicals – Terry Pratchett
Deadly Promises – Sherrilyn Kenyon and Company
Billibub Baddings and the Case of the Singing Sword – Tee Morris
Guns, Germs and Steel – Jared Diamond
The Magicians of Caprona – Diana Wynne Jones
Witch Week – Diana Wynne Jones
Gulliver’s Travels – Jonathan Swift
The Spirit Thief – Rachel Aaron

So, that takes me though the list.  I think there were a few more I missed along the way, but I guess they didn’t leave much of an impression. 

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