Books 2009

January

The Uncommon Reader - Alan Bennett

I Was Told There’d Be Cake – Sloane Crosley

Memoirs of a Master Forger – William Heaney

The Lovely Bones – Alice Seabold

Little Brother - Cory Doctorow

Shakspeare – Bill Bryson

The Diamond Age – Neal Stephenson

On The Road – Jack Kerouac

February

Let The Right One In – John Ajvide Lindqvist

Freakonomics – Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner

Watchmen – Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons

March

Evernight – Claudia Gray

Proust and the Squid – Maryanne Wolf

Stargazer – Claudia Gray

April

Love Hina (Volumes 1 – 4) – Ken Akamatsu

Boudica: Dreaming the Eagle – Manda Scott

The Forest of Hands and Teeth - Carrie Ryan

American Journeys – Don Watson

May

Orb Speculative Fiction: Issue #6 – Sarah Endacott (ed)

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen – Paul Torday

Bloodhound – Tamora Pierce

City of Bones – Cassandra Clare

City of Ashes – Cassandra Clare

City of Glass – Cassandra Clare

The Reformed Vampire Support Group - Catherine Jinks

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8: Time of Your Life – Joss Whedon and Karl Moline

June

Midnighters: Touching Darkness – Scott Westerfeld

The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins

Midnighters: Blue Noon – Scott Westerfeld

Foundling – D. M. Cornish

Lamplighter – D. M. Cornish

Blaze of Glory – Michael Pryor

Heart of Gold – Michael Pryor

Word of Honour – Michael Pryor

July

The Rise of the Iron Moon – Stephen Hunt

The Dragon Keeper – Robin Hobb

V for Vendetta – Alan Moore and David Lloyd

August

Vulture’s Gate – Kirsty Murray

Tallow – Karen Brooks

How To Ditch Your Fairy – Justine Larbalestier

Dead Until Dark – Charlaine Harris

The Gone-Away World – Nick Harkaway (re-read) (review here)

Living Dead in Dallas – Charlaine Harris

The Parliament of Blood – Justin Richards

Bedlam: London and its Mad – Catharine Arnold

The Secret Ministry of Frost – Nick Lake

Strange Angels – Lili St. Crow

Club Dead – Charlaine Harris

Dead to the World – Charlaine Harris

September

The Time Traveler’s Wife – Audrey Niffenegger

Dead as a Doornail - Charlaine Harris

Definitely Dead – Charlaine Harris

All Together Dead – Charlaine Harris

From Dead to Worse – Charlaine Harris

Great Tales from English History: Chaucer to the Glorious Revolution – Robert Lacey

Odd and the Frost Giants – Neil Gaiman

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo – Stieg Larsson

Wicked Lovely – Melissa Marr

October

Vampire Academy – Richelle Mead

Frostbite – Richelle Mead

A Study in Scarlet – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Leviathan – Scott Westerfeld

Shadow Kissed – Richelle Mead

Blood Promise – Richelle Mead

On the Edge: My Story – Richard Hammond

Rosemary and Rue – Seanan McGuire

The Blade Itself – Joe Abercrombie

A Short History of Tractors in Ukranian – Marina Lewycka

November

Wicked – Gregory Maguire

Gothic Sports (Volumes 1 – 3) - Anike Hage

Fruits Basket (Volumes 1 – 4) – Natsuki Takaya

The Blind Assassin – Margaret Atwood

Unseen Academicals – Terry Pratchett

The Youngest Templar – Michael P. Spradlin

Vernon God Little – DBC Pierre

Ink Exchange – Melissa Marr

Suite Scarlett – Maureen Johnson

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – Suzanne Collins

The End of Mr Y – Scarlett Thomas

Before They Are Hanged – Joe Abercrombie

Her Fearful Symmetry – Audrey Niffenegger

December

Last Argument of Kings – Joe Abercrombie

Graceling – Kristin Cashore

Brilliance of the Moon – Lian Hearn

Betrayals – Lili St. Crow

Logicomix: An Epic Search For Truth – Apostolos Doxiadis and Christos H. Papadimitriou

Storm Front – Jim Butcher

Total Read: 87

New: 86

Rereads: 1

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