Read in 2012

I don’t have much time to read, but I savor each moment I make!

Raising a future reader!

1. If I Stay Gayle Forman
2. Summer of Night Dan Simmons
3. Zombies vs. Unicorns Larbalastier vs. Black, eds.
4. Where She Went Gayle Forman
5. Fear R. L. Stine, ed.
6. Incantation Alice Hoffman
7. Picture the Dead Adele Griffin with Lisa Brown
8. The Looking Glass Wars Frank Beddor (The Looking Glass Wars #1)
9. The Knife of Never Letting Go Patrick Ness
10. The Fault in Our Stars John Green
11. Seed Ania Ahlborn
12. Devilish Maureen Johnson
13. I Am Not A Serial Killer Dan Wells (John Cleaver #1)
14. Mr. Monster Dan Wells (John Cleaver #2)
15. Catching Fire Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games #2)
16. I Don’t Want to Kill You (John Cleaver #3)
17. Mockingjay Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games #3)
18. Variant Robison Wells (Variant #1)
19. Little 15 Stephanie Saye
20. Hold Me Closer, Necromancer Lish McBride
21. The Everafter Amy Huntley
22. Don’t Breathe a Word Holly Cupala
23. How to Say Goodbye in Robot Natalie Standiford
24. Along the Splintered Path AJ Brown
25. Graveyard Blues Reina Salt (Night Blues #1)
26. Alias Ultimate Collection Vol. 1 Brian Michael Bendis
27. Just One Thing: Developing A Buddha Brain One Simple Practice at a Time Rick Hanson
28. Alias Ultimate Collection Vol. 2 Brian Michael Bendis
29. The Walking Dead, Vol. 15: We Find Ourselves Robert Kirkman
30. My sister’s first novel!
31. Undead on Arrival Justin Robinson
32. The Grace of Silence Michele Norris
33. Lucifer’s Shadow David Hewson
34. Ripple E.L. Farris
35. Room Emma Donoghue
36. Sister Rosamund Lupton
37. Shadow and Bone Leigh Bardugo (The Grisha #1)

I only finish books I enjoy, so a book’s presence on this list is an implicit recommendation. Books in bold are favorites–ones I expect to reread in the future.

See also:

Read in 2011
Read in 2013

  1. ehmcke
    January 2, 2012 at 6:36 pm

    I smile seeing that you have more than one book on the go at a time. I am the same, although it does mess me up a bit sometimes. 🙂

    • January 2, 2012 at 6:53 pm

      I try (with varying degrees of success) to only read one book at a time generally, but when I’m reading horror, I have to have a “day book” (horror) and a “night book” (nor-horror). Enough sleepless nights taught me this was the way to go! 😀

      • ehmcke
        January 3, 2012 at 4:27 pm

        I have a hard time getting only 1 book from the library at a time and if I have more than one here at home I can’t just leave one laying unattended and lonely while I concentrate on the other, so I tend to have at least two going at once. If one is a fast enough read I might even have three happening. If it’s something that requires super concentration I might be able to limit myself … or I might give up and move on.

  2. June 20, 2012 at 7:52 am

    I just discovered Alice Hoffman, and am really looking forward to reading more of her work! Will have to check out “Incantation”.

  3. August 25, 2012 at 4:02 pm

    I enjoy the way you write. I appreciate your reading lists too! I think you would enjoy The Tiger’s Wife.

    • August 25, 2012 at 4:05 pm

      Thank you! Your recommendation could not be better timed. When my son awakens from his nap, I’m taking him to the library; I’ll keep an eye out for this book (the cover matter for which I have now already read).

  4. November 27, 2012 at 6:49 pm

    Hey Deb – thank you so much for reading Little 15! 🙂

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