Tuesday, December 31, 2013

What I read in 2013

Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Benedict's Brother by Tricia Walker
The Girl on the Landing by Paul Torday
The Irresistible Inheritance of Wilberforce by Paul Torday
The Hopeless Life of Charlie Summers by Paul Torday
Light Shining in the Forest by Paul Torday
The Twins by Saskia Sarginson
Something Beginning With by Sarah Salway
House of Silence by Linda Gillard
Stoner by John Williams*
Burial Rites by Hannah Kent
Death Comes to Pemberley by PD James
Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple
A Cupboard Full of Coats by Yvette Edwards
The Other Half Lives by Sophie Hannah
Summer of '76 by Isabel Ashdown
Carol by Patricia Highsmith
Diary of a Provincial Lesbian by VG Lee
Revenge Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger
Dearest Rose by Rowan Coleman
Build a Man by Talli Roland
What The Grown-Ups Were Doing by Michele Hanson
The Lighthouse by Alison Moore
The Silver Locket by Margaret James
The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald
The Uninvited Guests by Sadie Jones
The Light Between Oceans by M L Stedman
The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls
The Light Years (Cazalet Chronicles 1) by Elizabeth Jane Howard
Catching the Sun by Tony Parsons
Left Neglected by Lisa Genova
White Cargo by Felicity Kendal
Alone in Berlin by Hans Fallada*
The Return of Captain John Emmett by Elizabeth Speller
Restless by William Boyd
The Knot by Mark Watson
Your Voice in My Head by Emma Forrest
My Future Husband by Karen Clarke
Thursdays in the Park by Hilary Boyd
My Fat, Mad Teenage Diary by Rae Earl
Still Alice by Lisa Genova
Winter Games by Rachel Johnson
The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins*
You Had Me at Hello by Mhairi McFarlane
Jubilee by Shelley Harris
Swimming Home by Deborah Levy
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

*Book Club choices

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