McKenzie inspired me to do this, as well as a friend I spend time with this week. I’ve always been a big reader, but I’ve never kept track of the books I’ve read. I simply look on my shelves, and I know which books I’ve read and which I haven’t. I’ve never, so far, had a doubt as to whether or not I’ve read a certain book, so I’ve never had a problem of deciding which books I should buy when I go to a bookstore. But I thought that this year, for fun more than anything, I’ll keep track.
Behold, the list of books I’ve read so far in 2010:
- Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
- Death in Holy Orders by P. D. James
- Gone by Jonathan Kellerman
- Obsession by Jonathan Kellerman
- Death of An Expert Witness by P. D. James
- The Mozart Season by Virginia Euwer Wolff [reread]
- The Secret Life of Amanda K. Woods by Ann Cameron [reread]
- Three Junes by Julia Glass
- One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
- Dupont Circle by Paul Kafka-Gibbons
- Dreams Underfoot by Charles de Lint
- The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
2 thoughts on “Reading List”
I admire your list. I was just about the age you are now when I read Wuthering Heights. I thought it was the most sensational, astonishing, outrageously sexy book I had ever read. And I so wished that she had lived to write more. What do you think of it? Lists are more fun when they’re annotated.
Did you like the One Hundred Years of Solitude? I have been thinking about reading that, but can’t decide!