Books Read in 2010

* indicates in Middle English

  1. Morality Play. Barry Unsworth.
  2. Genesis. Bernard Beckett.
  3. The Little Prince. Antoine De Saint-Exupéry.
  4. The Cellist of Sarajevo. Steven Galloway.
  5. Odd and the Frost Giants. Neil Gaiman.
  6. Parnassus on Wheels. Christopher Morley.
  7. The Dispossessed. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  8. Neuromancer. William Gibson.
  9. The Thief. Megan Whalen Turner.
  10. Searoad: Chronicles of Klatsand. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  11. Mort. Terry Pratchett.
  12. Run. Ann Patchett.
  13. The Hound of the Baskervilles. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
  14. Scottish Fairy Belief: A history. Lizanne Henderson and Edward J. Cowan.
  15. Elves in Anglo-Saxon England. Alaric Hall.
  16. The Ladies of Grace Adieu, and other stories. Susanna Clarke.
  17. Never Let Me Go. Kazuo Ishiguro.
  18. Studies in the Fairy Mythology of Arthurian Romance. Lucy Allen Paton.
  19. If on a winter’s night a traveler. Italo Calvino.
  20. The Queen of Attolia. Megan Whalen Turner.
  21. The Arrow. Christopher Morley.
  22. Ender’s Game. Orson Scott Card.
  23. The King of Attolia. Megan Whalen Turner.
  24. A Conspiracy of Kings. Megan Whalen Turner.
  25. Bede: a novel. C. A. Cole and Kelly Ledbetter.
  26. Digging to America. Anne Tyler.
  27. Housekeeping. Marilynne Robinson.
  28. Ender’s Shadow. Orson Scott Card.
  29. Sir Orfeo. A. J. Bliss, ed. *
  30. Haroun and the Sea of Stories. Salman Rushdie.
  31. His Majesty’s Dragon. Naomi Novik.
  32. The Left Hand of Darkness. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  33. Knife. R. J. Anderson.
  34. All Seated on the Ground. Connie Willis.
  35. Master and Commander. Patrick O’Brian.
  36. Hue & Cry. Shirley McKay.
  37. The Hero and the Crown. Robin McKinley.
  38. Tamsin. Peter S. Beagle.
  39. Bede: a novel. C. A. Cole and Kelly Ledbetter.
  40. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. Agatha Christie.
  41. A Study in Scarlet. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
  42. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Philip K. Dick.
  43. The Romance and Prophecies of Thomas of Erceldoune. Thomas of Erceldoune. *
  44. A Conspiracy of Kings. Megan Whalen Turner.
  45. A Wizard of Earthsea. Urusla K. Le Guin.
  46. Doomsday Book. Connie Willis.
  47. Unaccustomed Earth. Jhumpa Lahiri.
  48. Melusine. Jean D’Arras. *
  49. The Knight with the Lion (Yvain). Chrétien de Troyes.
  50. Sir Launfal. A. J. Bliss, ed. *
  51. Sir Degaré. Anne Laskaya and Eve Salisbury, eds. *
  52. The Tombs of Atuan. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  53. Dragonsong. Anne McCaffrey.
  54. Spindle’s End. Robin McKinley.
  55. History and the Supernatural. C. S. Watkins.
  56. The Knight of the Rose. C. A. Cole.
  57. The Blue Hawk. Peter Dickinson.
  58. The Name of the Rose. Umberto Eco.
  59. The Perilous Gard. Elizabeth Marie Pope.
  60. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. J. K. Rowling.
  61. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. J. K. Rowling.
  62. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. J. K. Rowling.
  63. Wolf Hall. Hilary Mantel.
  64. Thomas the Rhymer. Ellen Kushner.
  65. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. J. K. Rowling.
  66. The Birthday of the World. Ursula K. Le Guin.
  67. The Wonderful O. James Thurber.
  68. Further Fables for Our time. James Thurber.
  69. The Outlaws of Sherwood. Robin McKinley.
  70. A Conspiracy of Kings. Megan Whalen Turner.
  71. The Act of Roger Murgatroyd. Gilbert Adair.
  72. A Christmas Carol. Charles Dickens.
  73. The Christmas Mystery. Jostein Gaarder.
  74. The Maltese Falcon. Dashiell Hammett.

2 thoughts on “Books Read in 2010

  1. Chera says:

    The Christmas Mystery is about a boy who gets a magical advent calendar and the story it tells about a girl who travels through time back to Bethlehem for the first Nativity. It was very good, though I admit that I preferred the girl’s story line more than the boy’s, mainly because I loved the time travel bit and the angels that travelled with her. Each day of Advent is a chapter, so it would be very good for reading through Advent.


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