Saturday, February 15, 2014

Books Read in 2013

While only reading 32 books this past year, I would have to say that the overall number of pages that I read might be much higher than some years, as I read several lengthy, nearly 1,000 page books like Gone with the Wind, Vanity Fair, Brothers Karamzov, Nicholas Nickleby.

Some of my favorites from the year were the Peter and the Starcatchers series, To the Lighthouse, and So Good they Can't Ignore You.

The First Phone Call from Heaven- Mitch Albom
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck- Jeff Kinney
Inferno- Dan Brown
So Good They Can't Ignore You- Cal Newport
The Harbinger- Jonathan Cahn
Code- Kathy Reichs and Brendan Reichs
And the Mountains Echoed- Khaled Hosseini
The Picture of Dorian Gray- Oscar Wilde
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby- Charles Dickens
Brothers Karamazov- Fydor Dostoyevsky
A Christmas Carol- Charles Dickens
Cutting for Stone- Abraham Verghese
Virals- Kathy Reichs
Tender is the Night- F. Scott Fitzgerald
Day of Doom- David Baldacci
The Power of Everyday Missionaries- Clayton Christensen
Vanity Fair- William Makeplace Thackery
The Bridge to Neverland- Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
Gone with the Wind- Margaret Mitchell
Willpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength- Roy Baumeister and John Tierney
The Buccaneer's- Edith Wharton
A Room of One's Own- Virginia Woolf
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Third Wheel- Jeff Kinney
The Mark of Athena- Rick Riordan
Peter and the Sword of Mercy- Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
Night and Day- Virginia Woolf
To the Lighthouse- Virginia Woolf
Peter and the Secret of Rundoon- Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
Peter and the Shadow Thieves- Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
Bones of the Lost- Kathy Reichs
The Importance of Being Earnest- Oscar Wilde
David and Goliath- Malcolm Gladwell

2 comments:

Brekke said...

It's so impressive how much you read! I was feeling glad to have read one book this year.

Danika said...

Cheryl- I just realized I don't have your email address and I'm desperate to get a message to William. My Google Chrome is going banana balls: opens bookmarks in another window, then shuts them down when I click on them, won't let me use the back button, etc. etc. My sister in law's is translating everything into Hebrew. And my sister (who works for Microsoft) says hers is super slow... like 1995 slow. I already logged off and on again, tried uninstalling and reinstalling, swearing at it, and nothing's working! Please tell William to tell the Chrome cronies to do something. I'm having to go Amish and use Internet Explorer. Oh the humanity!!!

Also, you just need to get back to blogging because I miss you. And I took my family abroad. And Londoners are insanely rude.

Aaand I need your email address.

Danika