Friday, January 7, 2011

Books I Read in 2010


Each year I track the books I read, just for the sake of keeping up on what I've actually read plus for...yes, the bragging rights. I realized as I compiled this list tonight that I've neglected to list a couple of books that I read online in the last month or so. They're fanfiction--but so well done that they seem as if Stephenie Meyer has cloned herself and started filling in the gaps of all the Twilight books. They're number 38 and 39 on my list; the first can be found at Wattpad.com, the second at fanfiction.net.

39. Dark Side of the Moon -- DeJarnett (2008)
38. Still Dawn -- McClean (2010)
37. Ashworth Hall -- Perry (1997)
36. Pentecost Alley -- Perry (1996)
35. Traitor's Gate -- Perry (1995)
34. Hyde Park Headsman -- Perry (1994)
33. Farrier's Lane -- Perry (1993)
32. Belgrave Square -- Perry (1992)
31. Highgate Rise -- Perry (1991)
30. Bethlehem Road -- Perry (1990)
29. Silence in Hanover Close -- Perry (1988)
28. Cardington Crescent -- Perry (1987)
27. Death in the Devil's Acre -- Perry (1986)
26. Bluegate Fields -- Perry (1984)
25. Rutland Place -- Perry (1983)
24. Resurrection Row -- Perry (1981)
23. Callander Square -- Perry (1980)
22. Me & Mr. Darcy -- Potter (2007)
21. Weighed in the Balance -- Perry (1996)
20. The Ghost and the Haunted Mansion -- Kimberly (2009)
19. Murder on Washington Square -- Thompson (2002)
18. The Great Divorce -- Lewis (1946)
17. The Shadow of Your Smile -- Clark (2010)
16. Short Second Life of Bree Tanner - Meyer (2010)
15. Hamlet - Shakespeare (1602)
14. Breaking Dawn - Meyer (2008)
13. Eclipse - Meyer (2007)
12. New Moon - Meyer (2006)
11. Twilight - Meyer (2005)
10. Midnight Sun (unfinished manuscript) - Meyer (2008)
9. To Kill a Mockingbird - Lee (1960)
8. Murder on Gramercy Park - Thompson (2001)
7. Faith Hunt - Keesee (2003, 2009)
6. Murder on St. Mark's Place - Thompson (2000)
5. History of US, Volume 4 - Hakim (2003, HS)
4. Murder on Astor Place - Thompson (1999)
3. The Cater Street Hangman - Perry (1979)
2. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Rowling (2007)
1. History of the US, Volume 3 - Hakim (2003, HS)


Starting a new list for 2011,

2 comments:

paper roads said...

When you say Perry, I assume that's Anne Perry, considering the titles. You know her history, right? Very interesting stuff.

Susanne Barrett said...

Yes, I love Anne Perry's mysteries. I know her story--it is *very* intriguing. My chiropractor's receptionist has been lending me the whole Pitt series...they're my favorites. The Monk series are a bit too dark.... :)

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