03 January 2012

books I read in 2011 (48 of them - yea me)

Celia Rivenbark: Stop Dressing Your Six-Year-Old Like a Skank (Dec 31)
P. N. Elrod: Strange Brew (Dec 29)
Bobbie Ann Mason: Atomic Romance (December)
Debbie Macomber: 16 Lighthouse Road (December)
Kathy Reichs: 206 Bones (Dec 19)
Carole N Douglas: Cat in a Leopard Spot (Dec 18)
Jesse Kellerman: The Executor (Dec 12)
Lawrence Sanders: The Second Deadly Sin (Nov 14)
Karin Slaughter: Indelible (Nov 11)
Amy Greene: Bloodroot (Nov)
Nathan McCall: Them (Oct 12)
Margaret Atwood: The Robber Bride (Oct 1)
Heather Gudenkauf: These Things Hidden (Sep 10)
John Grisham: Theo. Boone - The Abduction (Sep 5)
John Sandford: Buried Prey (Sep 3)
Debbie MacComber: A Turn in the Road Aug 25
Jonathan Kellerman: The Clinic (August)
James Howard Kunstler: World Made by Hand (July 23)
Elmore Leonard: Djibouti (July 12)
John Hart: The Last Child (July 2)
James Patterson: 10th Anniversary (June 28)
Debbie MacComber: The Knitting Diaries (June 27)
Carl Hiaasen: Nature Girl (June 21)
Gregg Hurwitz: They're Watching (June 20)
Charles Davis: Angel's Rest (June 17)
Lawrence Sanders: McNally's Puzzle (June 14)
Tom Clancy: Patriot Games (June 12)
Lee Child: Persuader (May 27)
Rick Mofina: Six Seconds (May 22)
Robert B Parker: All Our Yesterdays (May 18)
James Patterson: 1st to Die (May 14)
James Michener: The Novel (May 11)
Rebecca Ore: Slow Funeral (April 20)
Rebecca Ore: Outlaw School (April 13)
Elizabeth Lenhard: Chicks with Sticks (Knitwise) (April 8)
Antoinette van Heugten: Saving Max (March 29)
Catherine C. Dominic: Amazing Disgrace (March)
Joe R. Lansdale: Savage Season (March)
Lolly Winston: Happiness Sold Separately (March 6)
Emma Donoghue: Room (March 5)
Lee Child: Tripwire (March 3)
Lee Child: Bad Luck and Trouble (Feb)
Stephen King: Full Dark, No Stars (February 19th)
Ken Follett: Worlds Without End (February)
Ken Follett: Pillars of the Earth (January 18th)
Aldous Huxley: Brave New World (January 4th)
Oliver Thomas: 10 Things Your Minister Wants to Tell You (January 4th)
Elizabeth Gilbert: Eat, Pray, Love (January 3rd)


Espana said...

I'm reading the book The Executor. I wasn't interested in the plot and was very disappointed with how it played out, about 3/4 of the way through, and kind of bummed by the ending. However, the writing is excellent. It was really thought provoking and the writing flowed very well. I haven't read any of his other books but based on this one I would be interested in picking up his others.

meowmom said...

I agree. The writing was good but I thought it read like one person began writing it and someone else finished it. Thanks for commenting!