Thursday, 5 January 2012

The Books I Read, 2011


  1.  Keith Richards "Life"
  2.  Henry Miller "The Books in My Life"
  3.  Joanna Trollope "Second Honeymoon"
  4.  Jane Austen "Persuasion"
  5. Paul Carter "Don't Tell Mum I Work on the Rigs"
  6. Frances Hodgson Burnett "The Little Princess"
  7. Henry Miller "The Wisdom of the Hear"
  8. Virginia Woolf "A Room of Ones Own"
  9. Catherine Deveny "It's Not My Fault They Print Them"
  10.  Erich Maria Remarque "All Quiet On The Western Front"
  11. Jacqueline Sussann "The Valley of the Dolls"
  12. Judy Corbett "Castles in the Air"
  13. Jane Juska "Unaccompanied Women"
  14. Ann-Marie Priest "Great Writers, Great Loves"
  15. Dodie Smith "I Capture the Castle"
  16. L. M Montgomery "The Alpine Path"
  17. Sara Nelson "So Many Books So Little Time" (ha!)
  18. Christopher Isherwood "A Single Man"
  19. Livia E Bitton Jackson "Elli"
  20. Frank L. Baum "The Marvellous Land of Oz"
  21. Edna O'Brien "Girls in their Married Bliss"
  22. Diana Mosley "The Duchess of Windsor"
  23. Joan Didion "The White Album"
  24. Anne Tyler "Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant"
  25. Roald Dahl "The Magic Finger"
  26. Roald Dahl "The Twits"
  27. Karyn Bosniak "Save Karyn"
  28. Ian Serailleur "The Silver Sword"
  29. Rosalie Ham "Summer at Mount Hope"
  30. Leslie Ann Bosher "To The Manor Drawn"
  31. Rosalind Miles "Modest Proposals"
  32. Ian Fleming "On Her Majesties Secret Service"
  33. Helene Hanff  "84 Charing Cross Rd"
  34. Helene Hanff "The Duchess of Bloomsbury St"
  35. Sylvia Plath "The Bell Jar"
  36. Elizabeth Newark "The Darcy's Give a Ball"
  37. Helene Hanff "Apple of my Eye"
  38. Donna Tartt "The Secret History"
  39. Haruki Murakami "After the Quake"
  40. Letters of Evelyn Waugh and Nancy Mitford
  41. Edna O'Brien "The Country Girls"
  42. Debbie Ford "The Dark Side of the Light Chasers"
  43. Rhoda Janzen "Mennonite in a Little Black Dress"
  44. Banana Yoshimoto "Kitchen"
  45. Stephen Brook "New York Days, New York Nights"
  46. Patricia Highsmith "The Talented Mr Ripley"
  47. Jen Lancaster "Bitter is the New Black"
  48. Edna O'Brien "Girl with Green Eyes"
  49. Edna O'Brien "August is a Wicked Month"
  50. Edna O'Brien "Saints and Sinners"
  51. Mireille Guiliano "Women, Work and the Art of Savoir Faire"
  52. Elizabeth Smart "At Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept"
  53. Marsha Altman "The Plight of the Darcy Brothers"
  54. Ian McEwan "Solar"
  55. Lionel Shriver "We Need to Talk About Kevin"
  56. Jane Austen "Northanger Abbey"
  57. Nick Hornby "Juliet, Naked"
  58. Marilyn French "The Bleeding Heart"
  59. Rusty Young "Marching Powder"
  60. Henry James "The Europeans"
  61. The Portable Dorothy Parker
  62. Joseph Heller "Catch 22"
  63. Gustav Flaubert "Madame Bovary"
  64. David Nicholls "The Understudy"
  65. Anita Brookner "A Family Romance"
  66. Sue Townsend "Adrian Mole"
  67. Graham Greene "The End of the Affair:
  68. Alain de Botton "The Architecture of Happiness"
  69. Sue Townsend "The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole"
  70. James M Cain "Butterfly"
  71. Sue Townsend "True Confessions of Adrian Mole"
  72. Graham Greene "Loser Takes All"
  73. Jean Rhys "Good Morning Midnight"
  74. Gertrude Stein "Blood on the Dining Room Floor"
  75. Zane Grey "Riders of the Purple Sage"
  76. Sandra Cisneros "The House on Mango St"
  77. Cecil Beaton "Portrait of New York"
  78. Meg Rosoff "What I Was"
  79. Nicola Cernick "Together by Christmas"
  80. Mary S Lovell "The Mitford Girls"


3 comments:

amiriche said...

That is an impressively long list of books!

Miss Zoe said...

Thanks! I was aiming for 100, but didn't make it :(.

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