Hundred Books In 2010

I didn’t fare very well with the 100 Book Challenge last year (ended up being 13 short). So, here I go again… Take two…. Second time lucky?

January

  1. Terry Pratchett – Equal Rites {3rd January}
  2. J.K. Rowling – Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix {8th January}
  3. Virginia Woolf – Mrs. Dalloway {10th January}
  4. Haruki Murakami – A Wild Sheep Chase {14th January}
  5. David Mitchell – Cloud Atlas {22nd January}
  6. Michael Cunningham – The Hours {24th January}
  7. Jennifer Dawson – The Ha-Ha {28th January}
  8. Erich Segal – Doctors {30th January}

February

  1. Sarah Waters – The Night Watch {4th February}
  2. Maya Angelou – I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings {8th February}
  3. Alice Munr0 – Runaway {12th February}
  4. Muriel Spark – A Far Cry From Kensington {13th February}
  5. Nancy Huston – Fault Lines {16th February}
  6. Angela Carter – Several Perceptions {20th February}

March

  1. Jane Austen – Pride and Prejudice {3rd March}
  2. Simon Lelic – Rupture {5th March}
  3. Jeffrey Eugenides – Middlesex {15th March}
  4. Jose Saramago – Death At Intervals {20th March}

April

  1. Angela Carter – The Bloody Chamber {4th April}
  2. Angela Carter – Shadow Dance {28th April}

May

  1. Monica Dickens – Mariana {7th May}
  2. Stieg Larrson – The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets’ Nest {14th May}
  3. David Mitchell – The Thousand Autumns of Jacob De Zoet {22nd May}
  4. Truman Capote – Breakfast At Tiffany’s {23rd May}
  5. Sarah Waters – Affinity {28th May}
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