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Books Read in 2012

I had a great year of reading in 2011, however fell just short of my GoodReads goal of 60 books, reading just 57. With a new year, comes a new reading goal, and I think I’ll try again for 60 this year.

I hope you’ll join me and share your favourite reads of 2012.

The Name of the Rose | Umberto Eco
Drift | Andrew Hudson
The Blood Countess | Tara Moss
Literally the Best Language Book Ever | Paul Yeager

Amongst My Enemies | William F. Brown
Words You Thought You Knew | Jenna Glatzer
The Corpse Walker: Real Life Stories, China from the Bottom Up | Liao Yiwu
The Wolf Gift | Anne Rice

Nowhere Man | John M. Green
The White Queen | Philippa Gregory

The Light Between Oceans | M. L. Stedman
Vanish | Tess Gerritsen
The Juice Master – Keeping it Simple | Jason Vale
The Turn of the Screw | Henry James
Born To Run | John M. Green

The Red Queen | Philippa Gregory
Before I Wake | R. J. Wiersema
The Midnight Club | James Patterson
Horseradish: Bitter Truths You Can’t Avoid | Lemony Snicket
The Car Thief | Theodore Weesner

Help! for Writers: 210 Solutions to the Problems Every Writer Faces | Roy Peter Clark
Freedom | Jonathan Franzen
Killing Richard Dawson | Robin Baker
My Hundred Lovers | Susan Johnson
Breathless | Dean Koontz
Zapped – Why Your Cell Phone Shouldn’t Be Your Alarm Clock | Ann Louise Gittleman

Gone For Good | Harlan Coben
The Richest Man in Babylon | George S. Clason
Rocks in the Belly | Jon Bauer
The Crossing | B. Michael Radburn
Beneath the Darkening Sky | Majok Tulba

Second Glance | Jodi Picoult
Readings for Weddings | Mark Oakley
Thursday At Noon | William F. Brown (reviewing soon)

Currently Reading
The Gunslinger | Stephen King
The Unfinished Journals of Elizabeth D | Nichole Bernier
Lonely Planet – Kenya | Anthony Ham, Stuart Butler, Dean Starnes

What I look forward to reading next:
Bitter Greens | Kate Forsyth
Sensing Murder | Nicola McLoy


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