Books Read in 2007

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This is basically a post to list my books read in 2007. I’ve moved them from the sidebar, to this post, to kind of clean things up a bit. I was hoping to leave them over in the sidebar in a drop-down menu, but I couldn’t figure out how to do it. I went out and read lots of tutorials and copied some source code from blogs that did it, but I never quite figured it out. And since school starts back tomorrow, and my Christmas vacation officially ends, I will probably not have time to continue trying to figure it out. So, I decided to just put it in this post, and start a new Books Read in 2008 for the sidebar.

70. Avi – The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle
69. Stephen Colbert – I Am America (And So Can You!)
68. Nora Ephron – Heartburn
67. Daniel Tammet – Born on a Blue Day
66. Elizabeth Gilbert – Eat, Pray, Love
65. Sarah Waters – Fingersmith
64. Lolly Winston – Happiness Sold Separately
63. Calvin Trillin – About Alice
62. Janet Fitch – Paint it Black
61. Stephen Clarke – A Year in the Merde
60. Barbara Kingsolver – Animal, Vegetable, Miracle
59. Sarah Langan – The Keeper
58. Diane Setterfield – The Thirteenth Tale
57. Keith Donahue – The Stolen Child
56. Stephen King – The Cell
55. Bernhard Schlink – The Reader
54. Charlaine Harris – Dead as a Doornail
53. Charlaine Harris – Living Dead in Dallas
52. Charlaine Harris – Dead Until Dark
51. Kim Harrison – The Good, The Bad, and The Undead
50. Colm Toibin – Heather Blazing
49. Lisa See – Snow Flower and the Secret Fan
48. Dennis Lehane – Shutter Island
47. Irene Nemirovsky – Suite Francaise
46. Nick Hornby – How to Be Good
45. Augusten Burroughs – Running With Scissors
44. Sara Gruen – Water for Elephants
43. Lisa Scottline – Daddy’s Girl
42. Kate Atkinson – Case Histories
41. Sam Baker – Fashion Victim
40. Sharon Boorstin – Cookin’ For Love
39. Sarah Blake – Grange House
38. Jeffrey Deaver – The Sleeping Doll
37. Tess Gerritsen – The Mephisto Club: A Novel
36. Laurie Graham – The Future Homemakers of America
35. Alexandra Styron – All the Finest Girls
34. Peter Straub – Lost Boy, Lost Girl
33. Sara Nelson – So Many Books, So Little Time
32. Christopher Rice – Light Before Day
31. Jasper Fforde – The Big Over Easy
30. James Patterson – Mary, Mary
29. Jonathan Kellerman – Twisted
28. Mikhail Bulgakov – The Master and the Margarita
27. Jeanette Winterson – The Passion
26. Evelyn Waugh – A Handful of Dust
25. Truman Capote – In Cold Blood
24. James Wolcott – The Cat Sitters
23. Emile Zola – Germinal
22. Janet Evanovich – Full Bloom
21. Ken Thompson – Compost
20. Margaret Drabble – The Red Queen
19. Marius Gabriel – House of Many Rooms
18. Ian McEwan – Saturday
17. Kazu Ishiguro – Never Let Me Go
16. Nicci French – The Red Room
15. Julia Child – My Life in France
14. Jeannette Wells – The Glass Castle
13. Markus Zusak – The Book Thief
12. Robert Arbor – Joie De Vive
11. Dean Koontz – Odd Thomas
10. James Patterson – Cross
9. Dean Koontz – Forever Odd
8. J.D. Salinger – Nine Stories
7. Martin Amis – Time’s Arrow
6. Nick Hornby – Housekeeping vs the Dirt
5. Dean Koontz – Brother Odd
4. Joy Fielding – Puppet
3. Louis De Bernieres – The War of Don Emmanuel’s Nether Parts
2. Tess Gerritsen – Vanish
1. Henry James – Turn of the Screw

This was the first year that I actually kept track of all of the books that I read. I usually start forgetting around April and then try and pick it back up sometime in June, but get frustrated because I can’t remember the titles from the months in-between.

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  1. says

    I love your list of books – I see a number I read this year too.
    And you have the most beautiful pictures of food! And recipes! I’m going to start hanging around here a lot more.


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