Booklist

books

I have decided to keep a record of the books I’m reading/ have read in 2009 in the attempt to keep track of them.  My goal this year is to read 100 books.  I won’t be offering critiques, just listing the books I have read or plan to read.  Books crossed out I have read, and the ones that aren’t are either sitting on my desk waiting to be read, or books I plan to read.  Any suggestions will be greatly welcomed. 🙂

2009

  1. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – J.K. Rowling
  2. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince – J.K. Rowling
  3. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – J.K. Rowling
  4. City of Bones – Cassandra Clare
  5. City of Ashes – Cassandra Clare
  6. City of Glass – Cassandra Clare
  7. Lucky – Alice Sebold
  8. The Prince – Niccolo Machiavell
  9. The Voynich Manuscript – Gerry Kennedy & Rob Churchill
  10. The Hiram Key – Christopher Knight & Robert Lomas
  11. The Meaning of Things – A.C. Grayling
  12. Death’s Acre – Bill Bass and Jon Jefferson
  13. Every Second Counts – Donald McRae
  14. The Republic – Plato
  15. Making the Cut – Dr. Mohamed Khandra
  16. The Iliad – Homer
  17. Utopia – Thomas More
  18. Valley of the Dolls Jacqueline Susann
  19. The Five Greatest Warriors – Matthew Reilly
  20. Anna Karenina – Leo Tolstoy
  21. Roving Mars: Spirit, Opportunity and the Exploration of the Red Planet – Steve Squyres


4 thoughts on “Booklist

    • Yeah I know 😛 In my defence, I have read most of them though. I just haven’t updated the page in a while. I shall put it on my “to-do” list 😉

  1. Hmm nice idea! I’ve been meaning to find a way to check what books I have and which ones I haven’t read yet. In all honesty I’ve read some twice because I’ve forgotten I’ve already read it before only to realize later why the story seem so familiar! hahaha.. Mind if I make my own book list?

    Good luck with those 100 books! How is coming along?

    • I haven’t looked at this list in a long time, but I shall definitely have to update it as soon as mid-semester exams are over and done with (and I actually don’t feel guilty about doing something other than study!). I think I’ve read a lot of the books I’ve listed but will have to check back to confirm. I know I’ve definitely read books that aren’t on that list. It’s an excellent idea, and I say go for it. And if you need some help, check out http://www.goodreads.com – it’s a fantastic site that allows you to list the books you’ve read, want to read etc. It also lets you critique the books, and based on others suggestions / critiques will give you suggested books to read based on your history. Definitely a fantastic site for a bookworm (like myself) 😉

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