Reading List 2011

Well, this month I didn’t actually READ anything.  But I did get a lot of audiobooks in.  It’s been a very Harry Potter month, thanks to painting our master bedroom.  Apparently once I start, I can’t stop, so I’m sure May will follow the trend. 

I think I listened to so many books this month because I was working so diligently on Surprise, which I will reveal as soon as I get a picture from the recipient.  The post is all ready to go.  Knitting and reading tend to be mutually exclusive activities for me.  I know other people can do it and have done it, but the skill eludes me.  Thank goodness for audiobooks. 

April
31. Seduce Me at Sunrise, Lisa Kleypas (audiobook)
32. Tempt Me at Twilight, Lisa Kleypas (audiobook)
33. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, J.K. Rowling (audiobook)
34. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, J.K. Rowling (audiobook)
35. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, J.K. Rowling (audiobook)
36. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, J.K. Rowling (audiobook)
37. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, J.K. Rowling (audiobook)

March
25.  The Wise Man’s Fear, Patrick Rothfuss – highly recommended
26.  Shanna, Kathleen E. Woodiwiss
27.  To Ride A Dark Horse, Laura Moore
28.  Mine Til Midnight, Lisa Kleypas (audiobook)
29.  No Choice but Seduction, Johanna Lindsey
30.  Pegasus, Robin McKinley

February
20. Lean, Mean Thirteen, Janet Evanovich (audiobook)
21. The Name of the Wind, Patrick Rothfuss – strongly recommended
22. Dragonflight, Anne McCaffrey (audiobook)
23. Dragonquest, Anne McCaffrey (audiobook)
24. Dragonsong, Anne McCaffrey (audiobook)

January
1. What to Expect when You’re Expecting, Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel
(for the record, I’m not expecting.  A friend gave me this and it’s interesting.)
2. Eragon, Christopher Paolini (audio book)
3.  Soulless, Gail Carrington – strongly recommended
4. Changeless, Gail Carrington – strongly recommended
5. Blameless, Gail Carrington – strongly recommended
6. Twin: A Memoir, Allen Shawn
7. Green Rider, Kristen Britain -strongly recommended
8. First Rider’s Call, Kristen Britain – strongly recommended
9. The High King’s Tomb, Kristen Britain – strongly recommended
10. Eldest, Christopher Paolini (audiobook)
11. Alanna, Tamora Pierce
12. In the Hands of the Goddess, Tamora Pierce
13. The Woman Who Rides Like a Man, Tamora Pierce
14. Lioness Rampant, Tamora Pierce
15. Brisingr, Christopher Paolini (audiobook)
16. Sea Swept, Nora Roberts (audiobook) – recommended
17. Rising Tides, Nora Roberts (audiobook) – recommended
18. Inner Harbor, Nora Roberts (audiobook) – recommended
19. Chesapeake Blue, Nora Roberts (audiobook) – recommended

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2 Responses to Reading List 2011

  1. Cheryl Waters says:

    My husband says I must be in love with Jim Dale [the reader for the US version of the Harry Potter series]. I must have listened to each of those books at least 10 times each. Any time there was a new release all of the old books had to be reviewed [in order] before the new release came out. Dale is such a fabulous reader. Each boo

  2. Kali says:

    Jim Dale is absolutely the best narrator I have ever heard. If I ever do manage to get published, I fully intend to request him to do the audiobooks. I could listen to him read the numbers from the stock exchange and be enthralled. (Well, maybe that’s an exaggeration… but pretty close.)

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