Books read in 2015

37.  From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, E.L. Konigsburg
36.  The Paper Doll Museum, Abigail Padgett (e)
35.  The Princess Bride, William Goldman (re-re-read; and–it’s official–I definitely prefer the movie)
34.  The Goblin Emperor, Katherine Addison
33.  Cooking the Books, Kerry Greenwood (e)
32.  Forbidden Fruit, Kerry Greenwood (e)
31.  Maisie Dobbs, Jacqueline Winspear
30. Trick or Treat, Kerry Greenwood (e)
29.  The Golden Hawk, Frank Yerby (reread; six pages fell out at various spots during this reading; it was reread many times, when I was 14)
28.  The Wave in the Mind, Ursula K. Le Guin
27.  The Boy from the Burren, Sheila Gilluly (e)
26.  Dead Heat, Patricia Briggs (e)
25.  Girl Genius:  The Beast of the Rails, Kaja and Phil Foglio
24.  A Bollywood Affair, Sonali Dev
23.  Who Buries the Dead, C.S. Harris
22. Killer Instinct, Zoe Sharpe (e)
21. Devil’s Food, Kerry Greenwood (e)
20. The Making of a Marchioness, Frances Hodgson Burnett (e)
19.  A Little Princess, Frances Hodgson Burnett (e)
18. Geekomancy, Michael R. Underwood (e)
17.  The Perfect Rake, Anne Gracie
16.  The Martian, Andy Weir
15.  Blaze of Memory, Nalini Singh
14. Tracker, C.J. Cherryh (read out loud with Steve)
13.  Chanur’s Legacy, C.J. Cherryh (re-read, read out loud with Steve)
12.  Chanur’s Homecoming, C.J. Cherryh  (re-read, read out loud with Steve)
11.  The Kif Strike Back, C.J. Cherryh (re-read, read out loud with Steve)
10.  Why Kings Confess, C.S. Harris
9.  Chanur’s Venture, C.J. Cherryh (re-read, read out loud with Steve) (Note:  the publisher’s note at the end of the book states that the next-in-series is Chanur’s Revenge. This is false. The next-in-series is The Kif Strike Back.)
8.  Angels’ Blood, Nalini Singh (read out loud with Steve)
7.  The Pride of Chanur, C.J. Cherryh (re-read, read out loud with Steve)
6.  What Darkness Brings, C.S. Harris
5. When Maidens Mourn, C.S. Harris
4.  Where Shadows Dance, C.S. Harris
3.  What Remains of Heaven, C.S. Harris
2.  Where Serpents Sleep, C.S. Harris
1.  When Gods Die, C.S. Harris

One thought on “Books read in 2015”

  1. Oh! My mom bought that book for me when it was new! It had a Newberry medal on it, and it was strange to me: It was a paperback, and new; all my books till then were hardcover and old. Even the *kind* of story was strange: Kids in the present day! Ran away from home and hid in a museum! The other book I got at almost the same time was Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William McKinley and Me, Elizabeth. The two books are so inextricably linked for me that I hope you’re reading it next, even while knowing full well I mustn’t tell you what to read. (But in my head, 7-year-old-me is saying, “but it’s OCTOBER! She should read it before Thanksgiving!”)

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