Books Read in 2011

I didn’t read as many books as I wanted to last year, but I’m blaming that on all the fantastic blogs I’ve been keeping up with.

Here are the books I read last year. If I didn’t write a review of the book, then it links to GoodReads.

Enjoy.

2011 Book List

  1. Bad Mother: A Chronicle of Maternal Crimes, Minor Calamities, and Occasional Moments of Grace by Ayelet Waldman
  2. A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle (stopped halfway through – would like to finish it one day)
  3. Picking Bones from Ash by Marie Mutsuki Mockett
  4. The House by Anjuelle Floyd
  5. The Book of Children’s Classics
  6. The End of Marking Time by C.J. West
  7. The Source of All Things by Tracy Ross
  8. Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy (in progress)
  9. Love, Unexpectedly by Susan Fox
  10. An Atlas of Impossible Longing by Anuradha Roy
  11. One L: The Turbulent True Story of a First Year at Harvard Law School by Scott Turow
  12. Live Wire by Harlen Coben
  13. Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella
  14. Sleepwalk with Me: and Other Painfully True Stories by Mike Birbiglia
  15. Waiting: The True Confessions of a Waitress by Debra Ginsberg
  16. Elephant Girl by Jane Devin
  17. Not Alone: Stories of Living with Depression edited by Alice Wright
  18. Something Inside of Me: How to Hang on to Heaven When You are Going Through Hell by Chitoka Webb (in progress – not sure I’ll finish)

Leave me a suggestion for something to read this year. I’m planning on reading a lot more – so stay tuned for more reviews!

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8 comments on “Books Read in 2011”

    • Roxanne

      How did you like it? I saw the movie a million years ago (LOVE Garbo), but I find the book is a bit of a struggle to get into.

      • Jim W

        It’s a bit of a struggle. I like books like that, so it worked for me. Reminded me of Fathers and Sons, and Of Human Bondage, where the author just totally gets into the gnat’s ass detail of “life”.

        I found myself hating Anna and loving Levin (I think that was his name). It was a good book with some really awesome insights and writing. I can’t share with you one of the more memorable passages I got from it because you’re probably not far enough into it for it not to be spoiler material.

        It was worth the read, in my opinion.

  1. Brianna

    I think you should review Sleepwalk With Me or Waiting for your guest blog.

    Books to read: Empty Arms by Erika Liodice and Sweet Like Sugar by Wayne Hoffman.

  2. Stasha

    A Wrinkle in Time is a really good book. You should finish it…

    I don’t have any other suggestions. . I am trying to get my ‘must read’ book list for this year together.

    I actually just picked up 6 books from the library yesterday. . .

    I set a low goal this year, so that I don’t feel so bad if I don’t actually reach said goal. Heh.

  3. Jessica

    H is reading A Wrinkle in Time. She has been working on it on and off for awhile now.

    I’m starting The Hunger Games next week. I’ve heard really good things about it.

    • Roxanne

      I’ve heard a lot about the Hunger Games lately. I might have to start on those after I get through the Dragon Tattoo books.

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