2008 Reading List

2008
  1. Antonia Fraser – Marie Antoinette:  The Journey
  2. P.G. Wodehouse – Uncle Fred in the Springtime
  3. Haruki Murakami – A Wild Sheep Chase
  4. Margaret Atwood – The Blind Assassin
  5. Janet Evanovich – High Five
  6. Kerry Greenwood – Murder on the Ballarat Train
  7. Irene Nemirovsky – Suite Francaise
  8. Janet Evanovich – Hot Six
  9. Armistead Maupin – More Tales of the City
  10. Pete Hamill – Forever
  11. Diane Ackerman – The Zookeeper’s Wife:  A War Story
  12. Stephenie Meyer – Twilight
  13. Stephen King – Cell
  14. Armistead Maupin – Further Tales of the City
  15. Lauren Groff – The Monsters of Templeton
  16. Kim Edwards – The Memory Keeper’s Daughter
  17. Elizabeth Berg – We Are All Welcome Here
  18. Susan Runholdt – The Mystery of the Third Lucretia
  19. Kurt Vonnegut – Mother Night
  20. Kurt Vonnegut – A Man Without a Country
  21. Pat Frank – Alas, Babylon
  22. Stephenie Meyer – New Moon
  23. Bill Willingham – Fables:  Legends in Exile
  24. Bill Willingham – Fables:  Animal Farm
  25. Agatha Christie – Nemesis
  26. Kerry Greenwood – Death at Victoria Dock
  27. Stephenie Meyer – Eclipse
  28. Bill Willigham – Fables:  Storybook Love
  29. Gabriel Garcia Marquez – One Hundred Years of Solitude
  30. Daniel Silva – The Confessor
  31. Stephenie Meyer – Breaking Dawn
  32. Alice Hoffman – Blackbird House
  33. Sara Gruen – Water for Elephants
  34. Neal Shusterman – Unwind
  35. Anna Godbersen – The Luxe
  36. Bill Willingham – Fables:  March of the Wooden Soldiers
  37. Gregory Maguire – A Lion Among Men
  38. Anna Godbersen – Rumors
  39. Chelsea Handler – Are You There, Vodka?  It’s Me, Chelsea.
  40. Margo Lanagan – Black Juice
  41. Melissa De la Cruz – Blue Bloods
  42. Kurt Vonnegut – Slapstick
  43. Adriana Trigiani – Big Stone Gap
  44. Neil Gaiman – The Graveyard Book
  45. Bill Willingham – Fables:  The Mean Seasons
  46. Melissa De la Cruz – Masquerade
  47. Bill Willingham – Fables:  Homelands
  48. Kate Jacobs – The Friday Night Knitting Club
  49. Bill Willingham – Fables:  Arabian Nights (and Days)
  50. Bill Willingham – Fables:  Wolves

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