Books Read in 2007

  • The Zero, by Jess Walter (1/4)
  • 12 Edmondstone Street, by David Malouf (memoir)(1/7)
  • Blameless in Abaddon, by James Morrow (1/10)
  • Great Black Kanba, by Constance & Gwenyth Little (1/11)
  • They Call Me Naughty Lolita: The London Review of Books Personal Ads, edited by David Rose (humorous nonfiction) (1/12)
  • Beasts of No Nation, by Uzodinma Iweala (1/17)
  • The Eternal Footman, by James Morrow (1/30)
  • The Guermantes Way, by Marcel Proust (Bk 3 of the new Penguin translation) (3/8)
  • Black Cat, by Martyn Beford (3/10)
  • Who Killed the Curate?, a Christmas mystery, by Joan Coggin (3/10)
  • The Quarry, by Damon Galgut (3/12)
  • Black Juice, by Margo Lanagan (3/15)
  • Late Wife, by Claudia Emerson (Poetry) (3/15)
  • The Post-Birthday World, by Lionel Shriver (3/27)
  • Winter’s Bone, by Daniel Woodrell (3/29)
  • She Got Up Off the Couch, and Other Heroic Acts from Mooreland, Indiana, by Haven Kimmel (memoir) (4/1)
  • The Forever War, by Joe Haldeman (4/2)
  • Tea on the Blue Sofa, by Natasha IllumBerg (4/3)
  • Magic’s Child, (Magic or Madness: Book III) by Justine Larbalestier (4/6)
  • Death of a Writer, by Michael Collins (4/22)
  • Chainfire (Sword of Truth Bk 10, Chainfire Bk 1), by Terry Goodkind (4/30)
  • Wizard’s First Rule (Sword of Truth Bk 1), by Terry Goodkind (5/6)
  • The End of Mr. Y, by Scarlett Thomas (5/11)
  • The Submerged Cathedral, by Charlotte Wood (5/15)
  • When I Was a Loser, True Stories of (Barely) Surviving High School, edited by John McNally (5/21)
  • Love Is a Mix Tape, by Rob Sheffield (5/23)
  • The Yiddish Policemen’s Union, by Michael Chabon (5/28)
  • Killing Pablo, by Mark Bowden (5/31)
  • Pippa Passes, by Rumer Godden (6/2)
  • Kaaterskill Falls, by Allegra Goodman (6/5)
  • Single Wife, by Nina Solomon (6/12)
  • An Invisible Sign of My Own, by Aimee Bender (6/15)
  • Ghosts of Albion: Accursed, by Amber Benson & Christopher Golden (6/19)
  • Dead Witch Walking, by Kim Harrison (6/27)
  • Freddy and Fredericka, by Mark Helprin (7/3)
  • Moon Called, by Patricia Briggs (7/4)
  • Blood Bound, by Patricia Briggs (7/5)
  • The Interloper, by Antoine Wilson (7/7)
  • Blood Trail, by Tanya Huff (7/23) (reread)
  • Blood Price, by Tanya Huff (7/24) (reread)
  • (two-thirds of) Landor’s Tower, by Iain Sinclair (stopped 7/24)
  • Remainder, by Tom McCarthy (7/29)
  • The Hard Way, by Lee Child (8/4)
  • Risk, by Dick Francis (8/5) (reread)
  • Inglorious, by Joanna Kavenna (8/6)
  • Taft, by Ann Patchett (8/9)
  • The Buffalo Soldier, by Chris Bohjalian (8/10)
  • Run, by Ann Patchett (8/18)
  • Witchery, a Ghosts of Albion novel, by Amber Benson & Christopher Golden (8/19)
  • Seven Types of Ambiguity, by Elliot Perlman (8/21)
  • Rain Fall, by Barry Eisler (8/29)
  • Indemnity, by Sara Paretsky (8/31)
  • Stray, by Rachel Vincent (9/2)
  • Day, by A.L. Kennedy (9/6)
  • Storm Front, by Jim Butcher (9/14)
  • A Three Dog Life, by Abigail Thomas (9/14)
  • Don’t Make a Scene, by Valerie Block (9/19)
  • Under the Banner of Heaven; A Story of Violent Faith, by Jon Krakauer (9/21)
  • Love Walked in, by Marisa de los Santos (9/26)
  • The Used World, by Haven Kimmel (10/5)
  • Tolstoy Lied, a love story, by Rachel Kadish (10/7)
  • The Long Firm, by Jake Arnott (10/13) (reread)
  • The Rain Before It Falls, by Jonathan Coe (10/20)
  • In the Woods, by Tana French (10/23)
  • The Myth of You & Me, by Leah Stewart (10/26)
  • Beware of God, by Shalom Auslander (short stories) (10/28)
  • A Complicated Kindness, by Miriam Toews (11/1)
  • Twilight, by Stephenie Meyer (11/2)
  • New Moon, by Stephenie Meyer (11/3)
  • Eclipse, by Stephenie Meyer (11/4)
  • A Field Guide to Getting Lost, by Rebecca Solnit (11/6)
  • He Kills Coppers, by Jake Arnott (11/12)
  • Why the Devil Chose New England for His Work, by Jason Brown (11/16)
  • Deal Breaker, by Harlan Coben (11/17)
  • The Life of Hunger, by Amelie Nothomb (11/23)
  • True Evil, by Greg Iles (12/2)
  • Simplify, by Tod Goldberg (12/5)
  • Red Spikes, by Margo Lanagan (12/7)
  • Gentlemen of the Road, by Michael Chabon (12/13)
  • Incendiary, by Chris Cleave (12/18)
  • The Uncommon Reader, by Alan Bennett (12/19)
  • Ludmilla’s Broken English, by DBC Pierre (12/24)
  • A Feast for Crows (A Song for Fire & Ice, Book 4), by George R.R. Martin (12/26)
  • The Midnight Court, translated by Ciaran Carson (“Cuirt an Mhean Oiche” by Brian Merriman) (12/27)
  • Exit Ghost, by Philip Roth (12/29)

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