Books Left To Read 2015

  1. know why the caged bird sings by Maya angelou
  2. hard times by Charles dickens
  3. prince jack frank spierring
  4. Aztec by Gary Jennings
  5. Nicholas nickleby by Charles dickens
  6. Japanese Americans by harry h.l. kitano
  7. Waiting by ha jin
  8. samurai by saburo sakai
  9. an American in japan, 1945-1948
  10. when the elephants dance by Tess uriza holthe
  11. Ivanhoe by sir Walter Scott
  12. V by a.c. crispin
  13. The price of greed & malice
  14. A thread of sky by Deanna fei
  15. The red tent by Anita diamant
  16. Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
  17. Desperation by Stephen king
  18. Eli by bill Myers
  19. Candles burning by Tabitha king and Michael McDowell
  20. The Canterbury tales by Geoffrey Chaucer
  21. The complete adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan doyle
  22. the book of lies by brad Meltzer
  23. the regulars by Richard bachman
  24. the girl who loved tom Gordon by Stephen king
  25. {east of eden , the wayward bus} by John Steinbeck
  26. Martin chuzzlewit by Charles dickens
  27. The greatest knight by Elizabeth chadwick
  28. False inspector dew by peter lovesey
  29. Aladdin and other Arabian Nights
  30. Caramelo by Sandra Cisneros
  31. Dreamcatcher by Stephen King
  32. A Dance with Dragons by George rr. Martin
  33. Scandalmonger by William Safire
  34. Insomnia by Stephen king
  35. Reluctant saint by Donald spoto
  36. Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides
  37. O Jerusalem by Dominque Lapierre
  38. Cell by Stephen king
  39. The Green Mile by Stephen King
  40. Dombey and Son by Charles Dickens
  41. The Tell-Tale Hart by Edgar Allan Poe
  42. The book of negroes by Laurence Hill
  43. Bag of Bones by Stephen King
  44. His Last Bow by Conan Doyle
  45. Cutting for Stone by Abraham Verghese
  46. Brazil-Maru by Karen Tei yamashita
  47. It by Stephen King
  48. Tono-bungay by H.G. Wells
  49. Cannery Row by John Steinbeck
  50. The Red Pony by John Steinbeck
  51. Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
  52. Gerald’s Game by Stephen King
  53. A Christmas Carol and other stories by Charles Dickens
  54. Tommy Knockers by Stephen King
  55. The Talisman by Peter Straub & Stephen King
  56. Watership Down by Richard Adams
  57. A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest J. Gaines
  58. Complete Miss Marple Novels by Agatha Christie
  59. My wicked vampire by Nina ~ Wicked Nights [continue]
  60. A cast-off coven by Juliet Blackwell ~ Secondhand Spirits [continue]
  61. The Victoria vanishes by Christopher fowler ~ Full Dark House (lib))
  62. Merlin Conspiracy by Diana Wynne Jones
  63. Professor Challenge by conan doyle
  64. The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper
  65. The Waste Land by Stephen King
  66. Song of Susanna by Stephen King
  67. The Dark Tower by Stephen King
  68. After Dark by Manly Wellman
  69. Damien Omen II
  70. Jennie Gerhardt
  71. The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen King
  72. Night Shift by Stephen King
  73. Salem’s Lot by Stephen King
  74. Complete Stories and Poems of Edgar Allen Poe
  75. Dark Love by anthology
  76. Masterpieces of Fantasy and Wonder by anthology Ruby Jean Jensen
  77. Best Friends by Ruby Jean Jensen
  78. The Bloody Chamber by Angela Carter
  79. Dolores Claiborne by Stephen King
  80. Different Seasons by Stephen King
  81. The Bachman Books by Stephen King writing as Richard Bachman {Rage, The Long Walk, Roadwork, The Running Man}
  82. Nightmares & Dreamscapes by Stephen King
  83. On Writing by Stephen King
  84. Wolves of the Calla by Stephen King
  85. The Drawing of the Three by Stephen King
  86. From Buick 8 by Stpehn King
  87. The Gunslinger by Stephen King
  88. The Shining by sTephen KIng
  89. The Dark Half by Stephen King
  90. Pet Semetary by STephen King
  91. Night Shift and Children of the Corn by Stephen King
  92. Three Short Novels by Dostoevsky {The Double, Notes From the Underground, The Eternal Husband}
  93. Doctor Zhivago by Boris Fasternak
  94. A Treasury of Hans Christian Anderson
  95. The Arabian Nights
  96. Nobel Prize Library Hemingway Hamsun Hesse
  97. Candide by Voltaire
  98. The Journey by Gary Jennings
  99. Far From The Maddening Crowd by Thomas Hardy
  100. Endless Night by Agatha Christie
  101. Queen by Alex Haley and David Stevens
  102. The Dead Zone by Stephen King
  103. Young blood Hawke by Herman Wouk
  104. Sandkings by George r.r. Martin
  105. Cat Among Pigeons by Agatha Christiewsr
  106. Looking Backward by Bellamy
  107. Les Liaisons Dangerouses
  108. Under The Dome by Stephen King
  109. The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy
  110. Crime and Punishment by Fydor Dostoevsky
  111. Sliver by Ira Levin
  112. The Virgin Blue by Tracy Chevalier
  113. Robinson Crusoe by Danile Defoe
  114. Dubliners by James Joyce
  115. The Sinner by Tess Gerritsen
  116. The Secret Adventures of Charlotte Bronte by Laura Joh Rowland
  117. Easy to Kill by Agatha Christie
  118. Tell No One by Harlan Coben
  119. The Martian by Andy Weir
  120. The Old Curiousity Shop by Charles Dickens
  121. Imajika by Clive Barker
  122. Fevre Dream by George R.R. Martin
  123. A Fire Upon The Deep by Vernor Vinge
  124. Nine Rules to Break When Romancing A Rake by Sarah Maclean
  125. Midnight Angel by Julie Beard
  126. The Deed by Lydsay Sands
  127. Ever After High: A Wonderlandiful World by Shannon Hale
  128. Ever After High: Once Upon a Time by Shannon Hale
  129. The Subtle Knife by Philip Pullman
  130. The Amber Spyglass by Philip Pullman
  131. Monster High: I Only Have Eye For You
  132. Princess Academy by Shannon Hale

+12 because for some reason Fevre Dream was not on my list of books left to read

-The Invisible Ring, The Black Powder War, The Far Side of the World, Love and Honor, Words of Radiance

So these are the books I’m taking into the new year. I started this year with 166 books left to read which is good from from 300+. So hopefully this year I can reach at least less than 100 books left to read.

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Author: themollyweather

I like to read, a lot.

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