>Books 2010 / Bücherliste 2010

>The following books I have read this year (in no particular order):

  • China Miéville: Un Lun Dun
  • Nick Hornby: Juliet Naked
  • Russel T Davis: The Writer’s tale
  • George Eliot: Middlemarch
  • Ali Shaw: The Girl with Glass Feet
  • Terry Pratchett: Eric
  • Terry Pratchett: Interesting Times
  • Ian Banks: The Wasp Factory
  • Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice
  • James Frey: A million little pieces
  • Haruki Murakami: Kafka on the Shore
  • Terry Pratchett: The Last Continent
  • HG Wells: The Time Machine
  • Edward Albee: Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf
  • Victor Hugo. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • Terry Pratchett: The unadulterated cat
  • Tolkien: The Silmarillion
  • William Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus
  • William Shakespeare: Troilus & Cressida
  • John Barrowman: Anything Goes
  • Jim Grimsely: dream Boy
  • André Aciman: Call me by your name
  • Graham Greene: Brighton Rock
  • Viggo Mortensen: Linger
  • Viggo Mortensen: Skovbo
  • Viggo Mortensen: Hole in the Sun
  • Viggo Mortensen: Sign Language
  • Alice Sebold: The lovely Bones
  • Joseph Conrad: Heart of Darkness
  • Graham Greene: The End of the Affair
  • Viggo Mortensen: I forget you forever
  • Viggo Mortensen: Coincidence of Memory
  • Neil Gaiman: American Gods
  • Viggo Mortensen: Winter Songs
  • Cormac McCarthy: The Road
  •  

These I have re-read:

  • The Lord of The Rings – The Two Towers
  • The Lord of The Rings – The Return of the King

And these abandoned half way through because they were horribly bad:

  • The Timetraveller’s Wife
  • Atonement
  • Chrisopher Rice. A density of souls

Most of the books I read I liked. The one’s I expected to like I didn’t like as much or at all. Interesting and I am looking forward to a new year of reading. What have you read? I’d love to see your lists.

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