Friday, January 4, 2013

Books Read in 2013

This page is really for me to keep track of the books I've been reading, but you are welcome to check back here from time to time to see the latest additions. I can tell you that, because of lists like this and because my Shelfari page helps me keep track, I read 92 books in 2010, 112 in 2011, and 141 in 2012. At the end of 2012, my always-growing list of books to be read still numbered somewhere around 753, so I won't be running out of things to read any time soon!


Arana: American Chica; Two Worlds, One Childhood

Barr: Burn (Anna Pigeon #16)

Belin: From the Belly of My Beauty

Berry: The Amber Room

Birbiglia: Sleepwalk with Me and Other Painfully True Stories

Boo: Behind the Beautiful Forevers

Bradley: The Mists of Avalon

Burke: Dixie City Jam

Cash: A Land More Kind Than Home

Chabon: Gentlemen of the Road

Chua: Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother

Cleave: Gold

Coplin: The Orchardist

Crombie: Necessary as Blood (Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James #13)

Crombie: The Sound of Broken Glass (Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James #15)

Doig: The Bartender's Tale

Egan: The Worst Hard Time; The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl

Erdrich: Round House

Evanovich: Wicked Appetite

Evanovich: Wicked Business

Fleming: The Organized Family Historian; How to file, manage, and protect your genealogical research and heirlooms.

Gabaldon: Dragonfly in Amber (Outlander #2)

Gabaldon: Outlander (Outlander #1)

Gabaldon: Voyager (Outlander #3)

Galbraith: The Cuckoo's Calling

George: Place of Hiding (Inspector Lynley #12)

Gilmore: The Improper Life of Bezellia Grove

Gilmore: Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen

Glass: Three Junes

Grafton: U is for Undertow

Grafton: V is for Vengeance

Griffiths: A Dying Fall (Ruth Galloway #5)

Griffiths: House at Sea's End (Ruth Galloway #3)

Griffiths: Janus Stone (Ruth Galloway #2)

Griffiths: A Room Full of Bones (Ruth Galloway #4)

Grisham: The Innocent Man

Hamilton: The Camel Bookmobile

Harrison: Deed of Murder

Heller: The Dog Stars

Hendrickson: Finding Your Roots Online

Hoffman: The Dovekeepers

Hoffman: Here on Earth

Hoffman: Seventh Heaven

Hollingsworth: Gardening on Main Street

Itani: Deafening

Itani: Remembering the Bones

Itani: Requiem

Jance: Left for Dead (Ali Reynolds #7)

Joyce: Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry

Kartus: Knit Fix

King: The Gunslinger (The Dark Tower 1)

McCall Smith: A Conspiracy of Friends (Corduroy Mansions #3)

McCall Smith: The Importance of Being Seven (44 Scotland Street #6)

McElroy: Reinventing the Chicken Coop; 14 Original Designs with Step-by-Step Building Instructions

Montefiore: The French Gardener

Montefiore: The Mermaid Garden

Montefiore: Sea of Lost Love

Montefiore: The Woman From Paris

Morganstern: The Night Circus

Niffenegger: The Night Bookmobile

Nunn: Blessed are the Dead (Detective Emmanuel Cooper #3)

Nwaubani: I Do Not Come to You By Chance

Penny: The Cruelest Month (Armand Gamache #3)

Penny: A Fatal Grace (Armand Gamache #2)

Penny: Still Life (Armand Gamache #1)

Picoult: Salem Falls

Radish: Tuesday Night Miracles

Renick: Genealogy 101; How to Trace Your Family's History and Heritage

Ridpath: Far North (Fire and Ice #2)

Ridpath: Where the Shadows Lie (Fire and Ice #1)

Shaffer: Family Acts

Simonson: Major Pettigrew's Last Stand

Stabenow: Bad Blood (Kate Shugak #20)

Stabenow: Better to Rest (Liam Campbell #4)

Stabenow: A Deeper Sleep (Kate Shugak #15)

Stabenow: A Fine and Bitter Snow (Kate Shugak #12)

Stabenow: Fire and Ice (Liam Campbell #1)

Stabenow: A Grave Denied (Kate Shugak #13)

Stabenow: A Night Too Dark (Kate Shugak #17)

Stabenow: Nothing Gold Can Stay (Liam Campbell #3)

Stabenow: So Sure of Death (Liam Campbell #2)

Stabenow: Prepared for Rage

Stabenow: Restless in the Grave (Kate Shugak #19)

Stabenow: A Taint in the Blood (Kate Shugak #14)

Stabenow: Though Not Dead (Kate Shugak #18)

Stabenow: Whisper to the Blood (Kate Shugak #16)

Stanley: Death of the Mantis (Detective Kubu #3)

Thurlo: Black Thunder (Ella Clah #17)

Tohe: No Parole Today

Trussoni: Angelology

Trussoni: Angelopolis

Verghese: Cutting for Stone

White: Nothing with Strings

Zusak: The Book Thief


Joyful said...

You're doing a wonderful job of reading a lot and keeping track of what you are reading. Anyone who reads 100 books annually (or thereabouts, impresses me to no end). I'm planning to read my modest 24 or so books this year. I'll be lucky to meet my goal. Have a wonderful New Year!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Only 753 Clair? ;>) least it's a LIST and not a stack of the actual books. Sometimes I'm afraid to read my favorite book blogs because I find too many must reads to add to my list. From yours, I need to check on that Ali Reynolds book, because if it's a new one it definitely goes on it.

I'm thinking of doing a page on my blog something like this post and I think I'll check on that shelfari link. Thanks.