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How many books have you read in 2005?

Gunnie Rose

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I've read:

1-Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold
2-Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell - Susanna Clarke
3-The Total Money Makeover - Dave Ramsey
4-The Time Traveler's Wife - Audrey Neffenegger
5-The Terra Cotta Dog - Andrea Camilleri
6-I, Lucifer - Glen Duncan
 

Wabbit

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Not as many as I like :)

sherlock homes ( short stories )
Birdsong
Moonheart
Black Jewels Trilogy ( unfinished )
 

nighthawk

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1 Bernard Cornwall - Gallows Thief
2 Jack Kerley - The Hundredth Man
3 Frederick Forsyth - Avenger
4 Jill Mansell - Falling for You
5 Carl Hiaasen - Skinny Dip
6 Ted Hughes - Tales from Ovid
7 Garcia Marquez - Love and Other Demons
8 Jack Higgins - Pay The Devil
9 Garcia Marquez - Love in the Time of Cholera
10 Charles de Lint - Wolf Moon
11 Sebastian Faulks - Birdsong (re-read)
12 Charles de Lint - Moonheart
13 Raymond Chandler - Farewell, My Lovely
14 Lee Child - One Shot
 

dolz

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1. Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick Suskind
2. Coraline by Neil Gaiman
3. The Master and Margarita by Mikhai Bulgakov
4. Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami
5 .Girlfirend in a Coma by Douglas Coupland
6. A Thousand Cranes by Yasunari Kawabata (still reading)
 

Ellie82

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4 and 2 halves

The books I've read so far this year are.....

The Five People You Meet in Heaven - Mitch Albom
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time - Mark Haddon
The Kite Flyer - Khaled Hosseini

Those three I read in the space of about a week, which is very unusual for me - they were all very readable. And they're all incredible books - top 10 definitely.

I've also read Ahead of the Class (after watching the TV drama) and I'm now reading I, Robot (after seeing the film).

I also tried to read Tears of the Giraffe....and failed!! I just couldn't get into it.
 

Dogtanian

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Well....up to 15 now;

The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown
Digital Fortress - Dan Brown
Deception Point - Dan Brown
Angels and Demons - Dan Brown
The Curious Incident.... - Mark Haddon
Retribution - Jilianne Hoffman
The Dumas Club - Arturo Perez Reverte
Want To Play - P J Tracy
The Concrete Blonde - Michael Connelly
Last Witness - Jilianne Hoffman
The Last Coyote - Michael Connelly
Tell No One - Harlan Coben
Sleepy Head - Mark Billingham
The Mermaids Singing - Val McSermid
Blindsighted - Karin Slaughter
 

Prolixic

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About ten new books and eight or nine rereads. Coyote by Alan Steele was probably the best newly published book I read (Sci Fi). All of Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series was new to me. Re-reads were mostly Heinlein. There are a few non-fiction books in there too.
 

muggle

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I am a little embarassed to post my list as it pales compared to the qty posted by some of you. of the ones that I have read so far this year Ordermaster was the best read. Of course Terry Pratchett is always good. :)


January.....Nascar Confidential.......Peter Golenbock
January.....The Last lap................Peter Golenbock
February....Guards, Guards............Terry Pratchett
March........Soul Music..................Terry Pratchett
March........The Wee Free Men.......Terry Pratchett
March........Ordermaster................L.E. Modesitt
April..........My Land and My People..Dalai Lama
April..........Night Watch................Terry pratchett
 

Drizzt Do'Urden

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First of all, i'd like to say I'm Back! ^_^ To those poor, unfourtuneate souls who remember me. Work has had me quite buisy (obviously).

I've read about....8, 9 books?

1.) Harry Potter and the Philosiphers Stone by JK Rowling(AGAIN :p)
2.) The Demon Spirit by RA Salvatore
3.) The Demon Awakens by RA Salvatore
4.) The Demon Apostle by RA Salvatore
5.) haunted by meg Cabot (Yes, Again :p)
6.) The King of Morgus by David Eddings (Quite a boring book v.v)
7.) Far North by....can't remember the authors name ^^;
8.) the Hobbit by JRR Tolkien
9.) The Sword of Shannara by Terry Brooks

Yes, I haven't read quite as much as I would have liked, but once again, Work has kept me quite buisy!
 

Sar

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That's a tricky one, up until Easter it was text books I was reading, so if you just count the ones since then:

The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown (Sorry Stewart)
Post Mortem - Patricia Cornwell
Body of Evidence - Patricia Cornwell
All That Remains - Patricia Cornwell
Deja Dead - Kathy Reichs
Death Du Jour - Kathy Reichs
The Bone Collector - Jeffery Deaver
 

Geenh

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I am up to about 40 - 45 books. Finishing Tokyo by Mo Hayder. Tomorrow I will be hooking into another book. Text book as well... sheesh.
 

Cosmos_Cat

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Greybeard - Aldiss, Brian
Oryx and Crake - Atwood, Margaret
The Lives of the Monsterdogs - Bakis, Kirsten
Midsummer Century - Blish, James
Monkey Planet - Boulle, Pierre
Childhood´s End - Clarke, Arthur C.
Seven Years in Tibet - Harrer, Heinrich
Flowers for Algernon - Keyes, Daniel
Solaris - Lem, Stanislaw
Children of the Night - Lords, Traci
A Cave in the Snow - Mackenzie, Vicki
History of the Nordic People - Magnus, Olaus
My Otters - Maxwell, Gavin
En lampa som gör mörker - Odensten, Per
Gregorius - Ohlsson, Bengt
Som en tjuv om natten - Rollof, Jan
The Science Fiction Bestiary - Silverberg, Robert
City - Simak, Clifford D.
The Dolphins of Altair - St. Clair, Margaret
More than human - Sturgeon, Theodore
Doktor Glas - Söderberg, Hjalmar
The Island of Dr Moreau - Wells, H.G.
Metropolis - von Harbou, Thea
Slaughterhouse five - Vonnegut, Kurt

Some books I re-read:

Kallocain - Boye, Karin
Ecotopia - Callenbach, Ernst
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? - Dick, Philip K.
Dreamsnake - McIntyre, Vonda

It sums up to 28 books.
 

Rex

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I have read about 75 to 100 books so far this year. I do not keep an exact count. It is not unusual for me to finish one book per day on my days off.

I think the local library dreads it when I walk through the door. I cost them a lot of money for interlibrary loans.

:eek: <<< example of local librarian
 

Jennifer

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1. Stone of Tears, Terry Goodkind
2. The Mirror of Her Dreams, Stephen Donaldson
3. A Man Rides Through, Stephen Donaldson
4. Candide, Voltaire
5. Sharpe's Eagle, Bernard Cornwell
6. Small Gods, Terry Pratchett
7. Sharpe's Gold, Bernard Cornwell
8. Sharpe's Battle, Bernard Cornwell
9. Lady Chatterley's Lover, DH Lawrence
10. Sons and Lovers, DH Lawrence
11. Northanger Abbey, Jane Austen
12. Persuasion, Jane Austen
13. Sharpe's Devil, Bernard Cornwell
14. The Shadow of the Wind, Carlos Ruiz Zafon
15. The Far Side of the World, Patrick O'Brian
16. Sharpe's Sword, Bernard Cornwell
17. The War of the Flowers, Tad Williams
18. The Gunslinger, Stephen King
19. Anna Karenina, Tolstoy
20. A Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man, James Joyce
21. Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, Susanna Clarke
22. The Malleus Maleficarum
23. Middlemarch, George Eliot
24. The Count of Monte Cristo, Alexandre Dumas
25. Saturday, Ian McEwan
26. The Other Boleyn Girl, Philippa Gregory
27. Foucault's Pendulum, Umberto Eco
28. Fevre Dream, George RR Martin
29. The Queen's Fool, Philippa Gregory
30. Toast: The Story of a Boy's Hunger, Nigel Slater
31. The Catcher in the Rye, JD Salinger
32. A Study in Scarlet, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
33. Schott's Original Miscellany, Ben Schott
34. Lord Foul's Bane, Stephen Donaldson
35. How the Dead Live, Will Self
36. The Illearth War, Stephen Donaldson
37. The Power That Preserves, Stephen Donaldson

About half weighty tomes and half ripping yarns so far. Most of them fantastic.
 

Hollis

New Member
Adding on to mine:

19. Any Place I Hang My Hat - Susan Isaacs
20. The Reptile Room - Lemony Snicket
21. The Wide Window - Lemony Snicket
22. The Miserable Mill - Lemony Snicket
23. The Time Traveler's Wife - Audrey Niffenegger (currently!)
 
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