Book List ’10

Help me! Read this post – I’m getting a late start and trying to catch up. Keep an eye on my reading and remind me of my goal, also suggest me some books!

Stieg Larsson, The Girl Who Played With Fire**

Alice Sebold, The Lovely Bones**

Sarah Gruen, Water for Elephants**

ALL of the Harry Potters**. Yes, all of them.

Chuck Palahniuk, Choke**

Chuck Palahniuk, Invisible Monsters**

Brock Clarke, An Arsonist’s Guide To Writers’ Homes In New England

Diane Setterfield, The Thirteenth Tale**

Ken Follet, Pillars of the Earth**

**read on my Droid


9 thoughts on “Book List ’10

  1. The Greatest Salesman in the World – Og Mandino

    Big Russ & Me – Tim Russert

    Breath, Eyes, Memory – Edwidge Danticat

    Eat, Pray, Love – Elizabeth Gilbert

    What’s your top 5?

  2. I read eat pray love. You could have done that better. Too bad you didn’t think of it first. And the movie preview looks AWFUL to me – whiny midlife lady crisis. You could have done that better too! 🙂
    I loved The Time Traveler’s Wife and I’m reading Lovely Bones right now. I like books that are unique yet still under the banner of bestselling fiction…
    for you I’d suggest some Dave Eggers and David Sedaris.

  3. Emily Giffin – Something Borrowed
    Emily Giffin – Something Blue
    Emily Giffin – Baby Proof
    Erik Larson – Devil in the White City
    Kathryn Stockett – The Help

    *with as much as you read you should ask for a Kindle or Nook. A lot of public libraries work with the Nook so that you can check out books wirelessly for free from the comfort of your living room, or an airport, or a coffee shop, or… you get the idea.

  4. I didn’t know that! MK said I could have a nook but I didn’t see the point already having the phone. It’s not like he’d let me PAY, but if the library works, that’d be great!

  5. The screen on the nook is a lot easier on the eyes for heavy readers than a phone or computer. I looked up the Park City library, and yup, it works with netlibrary, which means you can check-out e-books.

    Oh, and you can download the classics that are no longer copyright protected for free from Google books. (Kindle has proprietary format, so the e-libraries and google books don’t work on it).

  6. This is embarrassing a bit, but I’ve read almost all the available classics that are free already. I’ve always seen those on google and project gutenberg. Thanks for checking the library for me, you’re adorable! Time to hit up the husband!

  7. It’s the second book in the trilogy, you have to read The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo first. Not sure if the third book is even out yet. I loved them and can’t wait to see the movie either, heard really good things about it.

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