Reading List: Fiction

January 13, 2009 at 8:30 am (Books, Fun, Journaling) (, )

These are the books that were important enough to me to move. At least, most. Of the fiction. This list doesn’t include any of the non fiction, and I think I’ve left some fiction in the car.

The Fountain
Flight 1
Flight 2

Ghost World
V For Vendetta
Watchmen
Fun Home
La Perdida
The Invention of Hugo Cabret
Snow Falling on Cedars
The Republic
Selected Poems (E.E Cummings)
Selected Poems and Letters of Emily Dickinson
Collected Poems (Edna St Vincent Millay)
Ten Cents a Dance
Loose Sugar
The Complete Novels (Jane Austen)
Collected Fictions (Jorge Luis Borges)
Eaters of the Dead
House of Leaves
The Inheritance of Loss
* The Brothers Karamazov
Crime and Punishment
The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana
The Name of the Rose
Jane Eyre
* Lolita
Oliver Twist
Great Expectations
Collected Stories of F Scott Fitzgerald
Madame Bovary
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Everything is Illuminated
Smoke and Mirrors
Interpreter of Maladies
The Namesake
Unaccustomed Earth
The Hour I First Believed
* I Know This Much Is True
A Madman Dreams of Turing Machines
Einstein’s Dreams
One Hundred Years of Solitutde
Collected Stores (Gabriel Garcia Marquez)
On Chesil Beach
* After Dark
Kafka on the Shore
A Wild Sheep Chase
* The Wind-Up Bird Chronicles
The Elephant Vanishes
Against the Day
Gravity’s Rainbow
Fathers and Sons
Fancies and Goodnights
The Twentieth Wife
White Noise
Anil’s Ghost
Divisadero
In The Skin of a Lion
My Name is Red
* Anna Karenina
War and Peace
Hearts in Atlantis
The Gunslinger
The War of the Worlds
The Time Machine
Dune
Ender’s Game
Speaker for the Dead
The Elegance of the Hedgehog
The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
Les Miserables
A Barrel of Laughs/A Vale of Tears
Wainscott Weasel
A Rat’s Tale
A Wrinkle in Time
A Wind in the Door
The Neverending Story
The Giver
Dragons of a Fallen Sun
Dragons of a Lost Star
Dragons of a Vanished Moon

Bold means it’s there because it was a recommendation/gift

Italics means it is really high on my priority list

Strike Through means I’ve already read it

* means I have every intention of rereading it in the near future.

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