- The Witch’s Ambitions Trilogy. The Council.
- Crossing in Time. Just finished last week. Book review coming soon.
- Curva Peligrosa.
- The Da Vinci Code. I liked the book and the movie.
- A Dance with Dragons. Loved all of the whole Game of Thrones series.
- Daughter of Fortune. Worthy of multiple readings.
- Daughter of the Sun.
- Deja Vu.
- A Different Time.
- Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. I liked the book better than the movie.
- Catching Fire.
- Charlotte’s Web. One of my favorite books of all time.
- The Chosen.
- City of Flickering Light
- Games of Thrones: Clash of Kings.
- Cold & Deadly.
- Cold Mountain.
- The Color Purple. I loved the book, as well as the movie.
- Confessions of the Fox.
- Coraline. The book is so awesome and creepy. My kids are all creeped out by the movie but they watch it all of the time.
Brave New World. Worth a 2nd read. Am I brave enough?
Breath Eyes Memory. Worth all of the time for re-reading.
Bridge to Terabithia. Excellent book. Have tissues handy.
Bridget Jones Diary. Entertaining but not life altering.
But Did You Die? Funny stuff.
Canterbury Tales. Entertaining at the very least.
The Cask of Amatillado. Don’t we all have someone that we’d like to exact revenge upon?
The Cat Who Wore a Pot on Her Head. Favorite children’s book.
Catch-22. This would be a good time to read the novel for the 1st time.
Catcher in the Rye. I have read this book several times. Holden Caulfield isn’t the worst character but he’s a punk. I don’t relate to him as much as other people do.
- The Best Bad Things. Interesting book. Transgender issues.
- Beyond the Moon. Time travel and romance. Loved this book.
- Black and Blue. It was a good read. Fiction about escaping domestic violence.
- Black Ice. Not terrible but not amazing.
- The Blind Assassin. Worth a 2nd read.
- The Bluest Eye. Everything by Toni Morrison is great.
- The Body Double. Another unexpected book. Interesting premise.
- The Bonesetter’s Daughter. I also love everything by Amy Tan.
- The Book of Ruth. It has been many years since I read this book. Have forgotten if it was good.
- The Boy Who Came Back a Wolf. I don’t remember anything about this book. Oh wait. . . Sexy werewolves? Sexy soldiers? Sexy werewolf soldiers?
- Angels & Demons. Again. It’s not that I love it that much. It was easier to take a screenshot with it than without it. Sorry for my laziness.
- Anne of Green Gables. I did enjoy reading this book when I was younger.
- The Antique. Not a fan of some of the things in this book.
- Are There God? It’s Me. Margaret. Loved this book when I was a kid.
- The Art of War. I listened to the audiobook. Highly recommend.
- The Bear and the Nightingale. I loved this book. Apparently, I haven’t done a review on it yet.
- The Bear. Another good book.
- Beloved. This is one of my all-time favorite books. I had a first edition somewhere that I have misplaced. Hoping it turns up soon.
- Beneath the Broken Moon. Enjoyable sci-fi/adventure.
- Beowulf. I read it in high school like everyone else. I don’t think I enjoyed it very much.
A long time ago, I kept track of all of the books I had read. I loved crossing the books off of the list. Life happened and I stopped keeping track as well as before. Thank goodness for Goodreads. It’s time to get my #alreadyread list updated.
- Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Totally entertaining. Better than the movie.
- The Accidental Beauty Queen. A good book for the beach or vacation.
- Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. It’s a controversial classic.
- After the Green Withered. Good science fiction book.
- The Age of Innocence. It’s a classic but I don’t remember much about it except that there may have been fancy rich people.
- Akata Witch. Excellent. Loved it so much.
- Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. A classic book that I still love.
- And the Mountains Echoed. This book will be a classic someday.
- Angels & Demons. It’s also better than the movie.
- Angela’s Ashes. Read with a box of tissues.