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2009 Reading Log

This year, I’ve rediscovered the joy of having both an upstairs book and a downstairs book going at the same time. I’m hoping this will allow me to spend even more time with my nose in the pages of a great read; you can’t have too much of a good thing.

Or maybe you can. I’ll announce my verdict at the end of ’09.

  1. New Moon (Stephenie Meyer)
  2. Things I’ve Been Silent About (Azar Nafisi)
  3. Eclipse (Stephenie Meyer)
  4. Breaking Dawn (Stephenie Meyer)
  5. The Ridiculous Race (Steve Hely & Vali Chandrasekaran)
  6. Taft (Ann Patchett)
  7. Danger in the Shadows (Dee Henderson)
  8. Heart and Soul (Maeve Binchy)
  9. Very Valentine (Adriana Trigiani)
  10. A Homemade Life (Molly Wizenberg)
  11. Made From Scratch (Jenna Woginrich)
  12. The Shack (Wm. Paul Young)
  13. The Lightning Thief (Rick Riordan)
  14. When Crickets Cry (Charles Martin)
  15. The Sea of Monsters (Rick Riordan)
  16. The Titan’s Curse (Rick Riordan)
  17. Not Becoming My Mother (Ruth Reichl)
  18. A Life That Says Welcome (Karen Ehman)
  19. The School of Essential Ingredients (Erica Bauermeister)
  20. The Battle of the Labyrinth (Rick Riordan)
  21. Absolutely Organized (Debbie Lillard)
  22. The Almond Picker (Simonetta Agnello Hornby)
  23. The Space Between Us (Thrity Umrigar)
  24. The Negotiator (Dee Henderson)
  25. First Darling of the Morning (Thrity Umrigar)
  26. Hungry Monkey (Matthew Amster-Burton)
  27. The Late, Lamented Molly Marx (Sally Koslow)
  28. The Wish Maker (Ali Sethi)
  29. The Last Olympian (Rick Riordan)
  30. Perfection (Julie Metz)

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