I hope you’re not all getting annoyed with the lists of books. I actually quite enjoy writing them. It’s interesting to go through a small number of books on your bookshelf and really look at them, instead of just casually glancing over them. I hope you’re enjoying it as much as I am (or at least a little).
# of books: 443
# unread: 104
1. The Witch’s Daughter – Paula Brackston
I know I’ve read it, but I can’t quite remember what it’s about anymore. Oops… Maybe I’ll have time to reread this one next year.
2. Jane Eyre – Charlotte Brontë
3. Wuthering Heights – Emily Brontë
I’m really no good at reading classics. Though, I’m pushing myself to read more of them, which is going quite well. Unfortunately these haven’t had the pleasure of being read by me yet. Yep, I just made it the book’s pleasure to be read. Accept it and move on (that’s what I’m doing, because it is a bit weird).
4. Angels & Demons – Dan Brown
5. De Da Vinci Code – Dan Brown
6. De Delta Deceptie – Dan Brown
7. The Lost Symbol – Dan Brown
I used to have all of his books in English. I’m not really sure what happened to those. Of the original four I only have one in English, and then two in Dutch (which I’ve never read, but I have read them all in English). Hmm… strange things happen to books sometimes. I have to reread these at some point. Except for The Lost Symbol, I didn’t like that one much. It’ll be unhauled in the next unhaul!
8.Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops – Jen Campbell
9. More Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops – Jen Campbell
These are absolutely hilarious! (and we’ve finally reached C!) I also still want the Bookshop Book by Jen Campbell.
10. Dualed – Elsie Chapman
I loved this book! Got it for Christmas last year from my boyfriend and immediately read it. An absolute must-read if you like dystopian YA. There’s also a sequel, which we’ll see in next week’s installment.
Are any of your favorites in here? Have you read any of these?