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December

  • The Subtle Knife; Philip Pullman (re-read)
  • The Golden Compass; Philip Pullman (re-read)

October

  • Paint It Black; Janet Fitch
  • The Godfather; Mario Puzo (re-read)

September

  • Wicked; Gregory Maguire (re-read)

August

  • The Time Traveler's Wife; Audrey Niffenegger (re-read)

July

  • Savage Love; Dan Savage

June

  • Dead and Gone; Charlaine Harris

May

  • All Together Dead; Charlaine Harris
  • Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close; Jonathan Safran Foer
  • From Dead To Worse; Charlaine Harris

April

  • On Beauty; Zadie Smith
  • Dead as a Doornail; Charlaine Harris
  • Snow Crash; Neal Stephenson
  • Definitely Dead; Charlaine Harris

March

  • Last Watch; Sergei Lukyanenko
  • Torch; Cheryl Strayed
  • Things That Fall From the Sky; Kevin Brockmeier
  • Captain Alatriste; Arturo PĂ©rez-Reverte
  • Dead to the World; Charlaine Harris

February

  • Endless Love; Scott Spencer
  • Club Dead; Charlaine Harris

January

  • The Road; Cormac McCarthy
  • Marisol; Jose Rivera (play)
  • Tender Morsels; Margo Lanagan
jan 3 2009 ∞
dec 26 2009 +
user picture Katie: Um, quick question: _The Road_ has been sitting, unread, on my nightstand for a couple of weeks. How dark is it? I'll read it eventually, but I have to be in the right mood for something depressing. apr 7 2009
user picture kurosawa: it's pretty dark but not nearly as dark and depressing as other post-apocalyptic stories. it's also really slow; the narrative takes its time and I think you have to have some patience to begin with.