2013 Reading List

So my goal this year is to read 52 books. I’m trying as hard as I can to achieve this – not because the number of books read is important but because I love reading and there are so many books out there I still want to read – and more is published every day – so I have to push myself to be able to read everything I want to…

Here’s the list of books I’ve read in 2013:

  1. Jennifer Egan: A Visit From the Goon Squad (January 5)
  2. Karen Thompson Walker: The Age of Miracles (January 7)
  3. Tom Perrotta: The Leftovers (January 12)
  4. Stephen King: The Drawing of the Three (Dark Tower #2) (January 14)
  5. Ben Marcus: The Flame Alphabet (January 19)
  6. Philip Roth: The Counterlife (January 23)
  7. Terry Pratchett: Making Money (Discworld #36) (January 28)
  8. Salman Rushdie: Joseph Anton: a memoir (February 7)
  9. Carol Birch: Jamrach’s Menagerie (February 11)
  10. Toni Morrison: Beloved (February 20)
  11. Daniel Miller: The Comfort of Things (February 28)
  12. John Lanchester: Capital (March 10)
  13. Erlend Loe: Doppler (March 12)
  14. Jonathan Safran Foer: Everything Is Illuminated (March 20)
  15. S.J. Watson: Before I Go To Sleep (March 22)
  16. Amy Chua: Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother (March 24)
  17. Félix J. Palma: The Map of Time (April 1)
  18. Haruki Murakami: The Wind-up Bird Chronicle (April 25)
  19. Erik Valeur: Det syvende barn (May 6)
  20. Nina Sankovitch: Tolstoy and the Purple Chair: My Year of Magical Reading (May 12)
  21. Charlotte Rogan: The Lifeboat (May 16)
  22. Wilkie Collins: The Moonstone (May 26)
  23. Dan Brown: Inferno (Robert Langdon #4) (June 1)
  24. Andrew Taylor: The Anatomy of Ghosts (June 5)
  25. Joyce Carol Oates: Mother, Missing (June 14)
  26. F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Great Gatsby (June 17)
  27. Alexandre Dumas: The Count of Monte Cristo (July 20)
  28. Neil Gaiman: The Ocean at the End of the Lane (July 23)
  29. Tim Stutler: Hillari’s Head (July 26)
  30. Virginia Woolf: Orlando (July 31)
  31. Stephen King: The Waste Lands (The Dark Tower #3) (August 3)
  32. Stephen King: Wizard and Glass (The Dark Tower #4) (August 13)
  33. Jane Austen: Northanger Abbey (August 23)
  34. Jane Austen: Mansfield Park (September 3)
  35. Richard Adams: Watership Down (September 14)
  36. Evelyn Waugh: Brideshead Revisited (September 30)
  37. Jim Butcher: Storm Front (The Dresden Files #1) (October 10)
  38. Jim Butcher: Fool’s Moon (The Dresden Files #2) (October 15)
  39. Martin Amis: Lionel Asbo (October 22)
  40. John Updike: Rabbit Run (The Harry “Rabbit” Angstrom Series #1) (November 10)
  41. Meike Ziervogel: Magda (November 11)
  42. Thomas Steinbeck: Cabbages and Kings (November 15)
  43. Alan Bennett: The Uncommon Reader (November 18)
  44. Colm Tóibín: The Testament of Mary (November 21)
  45. Thomas Steinbeck: Dr. Greenlaw and the Zulu Princess (November 30)
  46. John Irving: A Widow for One Year (December 13)
  47. V.C. Andrews: Flowers in the Attic (Dollanganger #1) (December 21)
  48. Thomas Ligotti: Teatro Grottesco (December 26)
  49. Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl (December 28)
  50. Leigh Bardugo: Shadow and Bone (The Grisha #1) (December 29)
  51. Various authors: Eleven Doctors, Eleven Stories (December 29)
  52. Ray Bradbury: Fahrenheit 451 (December 30)

And here’s the books I’ve been listening to:

  1. Gillian Flynn: Gone Girl
  2. A.J. Jacobs: Drop Dead Healthy: One Man’s Humble Quest for Bodily Perfection
  3. A.J. Jacobs: The Know-It-All: One Man’s Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World
  4. A.J. Jacobs: The Year of Living Biblically (April 23)
  5. Jacqueline Ratner: Stone Rose (Doctor Who)
  6. Justin Richards: The Angel’s Kiss – A Melody Malone Mystery (Doctor Who)

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