52 Books challenge, Uncategorized

Books Read in 2014

Total: 83
Average per month: 7
Number of re-reads: 6
Number of completed series: 2
Percent of nonfiction books: 14% (12)

1. 80 Days: Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland’s History-Making Race Around the World–Matthew Goodman
2. The Green Mill Murder–Kerry Greenwood
3. Blood and Circuses–Kerry Greenwood
4. The Victorian Internet: The Remarkable Story of the Telegraph and the Nineteenth Century’s On-line Pioneers–Tom Standage
5. North and South–Elizabeth Gaskell
6. Curtsies and Conspiracies–Gail Carriger
7. Ruddy Gore–Kerry Greenwood

8. a. Son of Sobek–Rick Riordan
b. The Staff of Serapis–Rick Riordan
c. The Curious Case–Gail Carriger (short stories)
9. Haunted on Bourbon Street–Deanna Chase
10. Except the DyingMaureen Jennings
11. Introduction to Museum Work–G. Ellis Burcaw

12. Strong Spirits–Alice Duncan
13. Where the Locals Go–National Geographic
14. Urn Burial–Kerry Greenwood
15. Under the Dragon’s Tail–Maureen Jennings
16. The Hobbit–JRR Tolkein
17. Necromancy and You!–Missouri Dalton

18. Poor Tom is Cold–Maureen Jennings
19. The Night Shift–Missouri Dalton
20. The Surgeon–Tess Gerritsen
21. Shadowmagic–John Lenahan

22. Murphy’s LawRhys Bowen
23. Raisins and Almonds–Kerry Greenwood
24. The Apprentice–Tess Gerritsen
25. The Sinner– Tess Gerritsen
26. The Prince of Hazel and Oak–John Lenahan
27. Body Double–Tess Gerritsen
28. VanishTess Gerritsen
29. ParanormalcyKiersten White
30. A Spark Unseen–Sharon Cameron
31. School Spirits–Rachel Hawkins
32. Kitty Goes to War–Carrie Vaugn
33. The Dark Unwinding–Sharon Cameron
34. Murder at the Vicarage–Agatha Christie
35. The Monuments MenRobert M. Edsel
36. Hex Hall–Rachel Hawkins

37. A Brief History of Life in Victorian Britain–Michael Paterson
38. Let Loose the Dogs–Maureen Jennings
39. The Keepsake–Tess Gerritsen
40. Uncle Tom’s Cabin–Harriet Beecher Stowe
41. Supernaturally–Kiersten White
42. Jane Eyre–Charlotte Bronte
43. A Light in the Storm–Karen Hesse
44. Lady of Devices–Shelley Adina
45. Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief–Rick Riordan
46. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone–J.K. Rowling
47. The Mark of the Mage–R.K. Ryals
48. The Thousand Dollar Tan Line–Rob Thomas
49. Daily Life in Greece at the Time of Pericles–Robert Flaceliere

50. Sorcery and Cecelia–Patricia C. Wrede, Caroline Stevermer
51. I Walk in Dread–Lisa Rowe Fraustino
52. Little DorritCharles Dickens
53. A Study in SilksEmma Jane Holloway
54. A City Tossed and BrokenJudy Blundell
55. The Victorian Asylum–Sarah Rutherford
56. The Mephisto Club–Tess Geritsen

57. Demon Glass–Rachel Hawkins
58. Endlessly–Kiersten White
59. Death Before Wicket–Kerry Greenwood
60. Darker Still–Leanna Renee Hieber
61. White Night–Jim Butcher
62. The Inheritor’s Powder–Sandra Hempel

63. The Twisted Tragedy of Miss Natalie Stewart–Leanna Renee Hieber
64. The Death of Riley–Rhys Bowen
65. School Spirits–Rachel Hawkins

66. Saving Italy: The Race to Rescue a Nation’s Treasures from the Nazis–Robert M. Edsel
67. For the Love of Mike–Rhys Bowen
68. Knitting America–Susan M. Strawn
69. Needles and Artifice–The Ladies of Mischief
70. Small favor–Jim Butcher
71. The Girls at the Kingfisher Club–Genevieve Valentine

72. The Gangster’s Daughter–Kendall Evans
73. Shaman RisesC.E. Murphy
74. The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group–Catherine Jinks
75. Phoenix Rising–Pip Ballantine
76. Arms and The Man–George Bernard Shaw
77. I’ve Got Some Lovin’ to DoJulia Park Tracey

78. The Book Thief–Markus Zusak
79. A Christmas Carol–Charles Dickens
80. The Secret of Raven Point–Jennifer Vanderbes
81. Ice Cold–Tess Gerritsen
82. India Black–Carol K. Carr
83. Don’t Know Much About the Civil War–Kenneth C. Davis


4 thoughts on “Books Read in 2014”

  1. Very impressive list! Did you take the Evelyn Woods speed reading class?
    I doubt I read 8 books in 2014.


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