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Fiction collection: 207 books

One of my mission 101 tasks was to compile a list of all the books I have laying about. This is a bigger task than I thought. So I split it between fiction and nonfiction. This is the fiction list. It ended up being about 207 books. I should probably slim the collection down a bit. Eek.



Title Author First Author Last
A Call of the Wild Jack London
A Certain Slant of Light Laura Whilcomb
A Dog's Head Jean Dutourd
A Great & Terrible Beauty Libba Bray
A Marble Woman Louisa May Alcott
A Midsummer Night's Dream William Shakespeare
A Redbird Christmas Fannie Flagg
A Separate Peace John Knowles
A Thousand never Evers Shana Burg
A Thread of Grace Mary Doria Russell
Abarat Clive Barker
Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War Clive Barker
Across the Wall Garth Nix
After the Fall Arthur Miller
Alia Grace Margaret Atwood
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Lewis Carroll
All Quiet on the Western Front Erich Remarque
Amber Spyglass Philip Pullman
At Home in Mitford Jan Karon
Balzac & The Little Chinese Seamstress Dai Sijie
Beowulf
Best Horse Stories Misc
Better than Life Grant Naylor
Black Beauty Anne Sewell
Bless Me, Ultima Rudolfo Anaya
Bloodsucking Fiends Christopher Moore
Blue Rubber Dress Lauren Henderson
Brave New World Aldous Huxley
Carling at Night Nani Power
Catch-22 Joseph Heller
Charm City Laura Lippman
Children of God Mary Doria Russell
Circuit of Heaven Dennis Danvers
City of Ashes Cassandra Clare
City of Bones Cassandra Clare
Cold Comfort Farm Stella Gibbons
Coldwater Mardi Mcconnochie
Coyote Blue Christopher Moore
Daisy Miller Henry James
Dangerous Angels Francesca lia Block
Darkling K.M. Peyton
Dash PI Carol Lea Benjamin
Dead Connection Charlie Price
Dead Man Rising Lilith Saintcrow
Dealing with Dragons Patricia Wrede
Devils Right Hand Lilith Saintcrow
Divining Women Kaye Gibbons
Doctor Rat William Kotewinkle
Earthsea Ursula le Guin
East of Eden John Steinbeck
Eclipse Stephanie Meyer
Elsewhere Gabrielle Zevin
Eragon Christopher Paolini
Ethan Frome Edith Wharton
Every Living Thing James Herriot
Fall Guy Carol Lea Benjamin
Fall of the House of Usher Edgar Allen Poe
Far From the Madding Crowd Thomas Hardy
Farewell to Manzanar James&Jeanne Houston
Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas Hunter Thompson
Fistful of Charms Kim Harrison
Folk & Fairy Tales Hallett
Forests of the Heart Charles de Lint
Fudoki Kij Johnson
Ghost Writer John Harwood
Golden Compass Philip Pullman
Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift
Haroun & the Sea of Stories Salman Rushdie
Harvest Tess Gerritsen
Here on Earth Alice Hoffman
Hornets Nest Patricia Cornwell
Hunted NM Browne
Indigo Alice Hoffman
Inferno Dante
Inherit the Wind Jerome Lawrence
Ink Exchange Melissa Marr
Iphigeneia at Aulis Euripedes
Ironside Holly Black
Isle of Dogs Patricia Cornwell
Jane Eyre Charlotte Bronte
Kiss Me Judas Will Christopher Baer
Labyrinths Jorge Borges
Lavinia Ursula le Guin
Lord of the Flies William Goldberg
Lying Awake Mark Salzman
Memoirs of a Geisha Arthur Golden
Mother of Pearl Melinda Haynes
Motherless Brooklyn Jonathan Lethem
Mrs. Dalloway Virginia Woolf
Nerilka's Story Anne McCaffrey
New Moon Stephanie Meyer
Night Gardening EL Swans
Oedipus Sophocles
Of Mice and Men John Steinbeck
Passage Connie Willis
Peel my Love like an Onion Ana Castillo
Penny Dreadful Will Christopher Baer
Persuasian Jane Austen
Possessing the Secret of Joy Alice Walker
Practical Demonkeeping Christopher Moore
Prep Curtis Sittenfield
Puddnhead Wilson Mark Twain
Rebel Angels Libba Bray
Roll of Thunder, Hear my Cry Mildred Taylor
Sacrament Clive Barker
Saint City Sinners Lilith Saintcrow
Salt Dancers Ursula Hegi
Searching for Dragons Patricia Wrede
Selected Fables Jean de la Fontaine
Shirley Charlotte Bronte
Sliver of Truth Lisa Unger
Smillas Sense of Snow Peter Hoeg
Snow Falling on Cedars David Guterson
Subtle Knife Philip Pullman
Summer of my German Soldier Bette Greene
Sweet Far Thing Libba Bray
Tamsin Peter Beagle
The Universe & Everything Douglas Adams
The Age of Innocence Edith Wharton
The Alchemist Donna Boyd
The Arabian Nights II Husain Haddaway
The Awakening Kate Chopin
The Bird who Cleans the World Victor Montejo
The Black Stallion & Satan Walter Farley
The Black Stallion Revolts Walter Farley
The Bloody Chamber Angela Carter
The Blue Girl Charles de Lint
The Blue Place Nicola Griffith
The Book Thief Marcus Zusak
The Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer
The Captive Mind Czeslaw Milosz
The Cider House Rules John Irving
The Cold Moon Jeffrey Deaver
The Color of Distance Amy Thomson
The Color Purple Alice Walker
The Deep end of the Ocean Jacquelyn Mitchard
The Devil in the White City Erik Larson
The Earthquake Bird Susanna Jones
The Eyre Affair Jasper Fforde
The Fellowship of the Ring J.R.R. Tolkien
The Fires Rene Steinke
The Foretelling Alice Hoffman
The God of Animals Aryn Kyle
The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Historian Elizabeth Kostava
The Hobbit J.R.R. Tolkien
The House of the Spirits Isabel Allende
The Hunter Richard Stark
The Hunter's Moon OR Melling
The Ice Queen Alice Hoffman
The Innamorati Midori Snyder
The Kite Runner Khaled Hosseini
The Last Precinct Patricia Cornwell
The Liar's Club Mary Karr
The Lightbearer's Daughter OR Melling
The Little Prince Antoine de Saint Exupery
The Little Princess Frances Hodgson Burnett
The Lizard Cage Karen Connelly
The Lovely Bones Alice Sebold
The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove Christopher Moore
The Memory Keepers Daughter Kim Edwards
The Mermaid Chair Sue Monk Kidd
The Minister's Daughter Julie Hearn
The Odyssey Homer
The Overcoat Nikolai Gogol
The Pearl Diver Jeff Talarigo
The Picture of Dorian Gray Oscar Wilde
The Plague Dogs Richard Adams
The Princess and the Hound Mette Harrison
The Purple Emperor Herbie Brennan
The Radetsky March Joseph Roth
The Red Pony John Steinbeck
The Restaurant at the End of the Universe Douglas Adams
The Return of the King J.R.R. Tolkien
The Scarlet Letter Nathanial Hawthorne
The Secret Garden Frances Hodgson Burnett
The Secret Life of Bees Sue Monk Kidd
The Seeker William Nicholson
The Summer King OR Melling
The Taming of the Shrew William Shakespeare
The Temple of my Familiar Alice Walker
The Thief Lord Cornelia Funke
The Tooth Fairy Graham Joyce
The Trojan Women Euripedes
The Winter of Our Discontent John Steinbeck
The Woodlanders Thomas Hardy
The Yellow Wallpaper Charlotte Perkins
Things Not Seen Andrews Clements
Timequake Kurt Vonnegut
To Hell and Back Lilith Saintcrow
To the Lighthouse Virginia Woolf
Tricksters Choice Tamora Pierce
Tricksters Queen Tramora Pierce
Twilight Stephanie Meyer
Valiant Holly Black
Vurt Jeff Noon
Weaveworld Clive Barker
Weeds Edith Kelly
What the Dead Know Laura Lippman
White Fang Jack London
Wicked Gregory Maguire
Wicked Lovely Melissa Marr
Widdershins Charles de Lint
Wild Reel Paul Brandon
Wild Seed Octavia Butler
Wuthering Heights Emily Bronte


If you get here, you win at life for reading that entire list. My hero.

Comments

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smeddley
Feb. 21st, 2009 09:01 pm (UTC)
I stopped counting after my 'to read' pile exceeded 250... and that's just fiction paperbacks! The problem is the library has those bag sales... :/

AND! I keep checking out other books from the library! So I never get around to whittling down my stockpile. Oh, well, when the zombie invasion comes, if I can make my house into a fortress I'll have plenty to keep myself occupied!
dragondream
Feb. 21st, 2009 09:09 pm (UTC)
no "breaking dawn" to go with the rest of the stephanie meyer books?
have you read all these? or these are just books you own? i'd really like to read withering heights.
and catch 22. well... i'd like to read everything- if only i could.
rinalia
Feb. 22nd, 2009 03:42 am (UTC)
I haven't been able to bring myself to read the final installment out of sheer embarrassment. But I probably will check it out at the library at some point. :)

I've read 95% of them; some I have collected from book sales and have yet to read (because of the alluring library).

I know, I'd like to read them all too. *sigh* Too little time!
dragondream
Feb. 22nd, 2009 07:30 pm (UTC)
what!? you left the story hanging? just like that?
i had to know... but i also get sad when a story ends... cause i don't get to "interact" with that wonderful character anymore. does that make sense?
i wish i had a better library near me.
too bad i have to work/sleep/exercise valkyrie instead of just read
zita_skyandano
Feb. 21st, 2009 09:56 pm (UTC)
I've never tried to compile a list or number of the books we own. I read alot... and I try to buy an entire series in advance of my reading it. *glances at the bookshelf packed full of books* I think it's a number best left unknown... especially since my husband might decide I don't need any more books... and that would be a tragedy. I ALWAYS need more books :D

~Striker
leastconcern
Feb. 22nd, 2009 03:22 am (UTC)
NOOOOO! Do not read the twilight! It will suck you into mormon metaphors and prophet loviiiiiing!
rinalia
Feb. 22nd, 2009 03:40 am (UTC)
Haha, for some of these books, I should have posted explanations as to why I have them. I have no explanation for the twilight series, except they were quick, easy reads. I like those when I'm in the middle of something a little heavier.
leastconcern
Feb. 22nd, 2009 03:48 am (UTC)
I read five books at a time, generally same subject or theme, but there are bouts of randomness.

Marxist Theory + Veganomicon + Eugenic Douchebaggery

Yeah, totally random.
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