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Here we go, Ladies and Gentlemen (if any),

This is my reading list, hopefully an ever contracting and expanding one, as I strike titles off and get new recommendations. Please, feel weclome to comment with further suggestions, as something occurs to you, or as you read new books that you enjoy. I will delete reccing comments from this post, as I read them, to keep it tidy in here.

These are in alphabetical title by order, I'll more than likely be reading the books as I find them.

Ein List:

The Adventures of English, by Melvin Bragge (rec: theoriginaldawn)

Assassin's Apprentice, by Robin Hobb (rec: flippyfrog and sirgallivant)

Case Histories, by Kate Atkinson (rec: rigel_7)

Deep Secret, by Dianna Wynne Jones (rec: blindmouse)

Evelina, by Frances Burney (rec: sirgallivant)

The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, by Carson McCuller (rec: saralonde24)

Howl's Moving Castle, by Dianna Wynne Jones (rec: flippyfrog)

The Ill-Made Mute, by Cecilia Dart-Thornton (rec: Obernet Library Site)

Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, by Susanna Clarke (rec: The Good People of Obernet)

The Merry-Go-Round in the Sea, by Randolph Stow (rec: saralonde24)

Miss Garnet's Angel, by Sally Vickers (rec: rigel_7)

Night Letters, by Robert Dessaix (rec: rigel_7)

Northern Lights, by Philip Pullman (rec: No one specific, but I hear continual praise)

The Other Boleyn Girl, by Phillipa Gregory (rec: drscruffy)

The Pursuit of Love and Love in a Cold Climate, by Nancy Mitford (rec: rigel_7)

A Song for Arbonne, by Guy Gavriel Kay (rec: rigel_7)

Without Reservations, by Alice Steinbach (rec: theoriginaldawn)



( 4 comments! — Make Remark! )
Aug. 28th, 2006 03:52 am (UTC)
Well, I'm going to stand by my recommendation of Fullmetal Alchemist, because I think you might actually be surprised by it. So ner. But I won't make it the whole series - just volume one.

I'll throw in The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde at no extra cost.
Aug. 28th, 2006 04:49 am (UTC)
I've read The Eyre Affair, as it happens. And I will contemplate the reading of the dreaded Manga. But I'm not committing myself to it but putting it on the list. :P
Jul. 23rd, 2007 10:46 am (UTC)
The Long Walk by Slavomir Rawicz.

Account of a Polish soldier who was captured by the russians (during WWII) sent to a forced labour camp, escaped with six other pisoners, (and meeting a young polish woman on the way, who also was running from the ussr) and walked over 6,000km through siberia, tibet, and the gobi desert to india and freedom/safety. Four of them died on the way. Its pretty freaking awesome.
Dec. 5th, 2010 11:24 pm (UTC)
You have to add the Curious incident of the dog in the nighttime... it is a very powerful book in regard to children with spectrum disorders (Like Aspergers and Autism).
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