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A Reader of Fictions: January 2012: Month in Review

A Reader of Fictions

Book Reviews for Just About Every Kind of Book

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

January 2012: Month in Review

This has been one busy month for reading. Seriously, check me out. I'm ahead by a few books in my whopper of a book challenge (225), even though I have work, go to the gym (when I'm feeling motivated, which is unfortunately not every day), and have some semblance of a social life. And when I say ahead by a few books, I mean I'm only one book behind for a book-a-day challenge. Yikes. So do I sacrifice life and go for it? That would be a bad idea, but so tempting.

These books break down thusly. The starred titles were my favorites.

13 YA:
Drowning Instinct - Ilsa J. Bick*
The Gathering Storm - Robin Bridges (Debut Author Challenge)
Halflings - Heather Burch (Debut Author Challenge)
The Way We Fall - Megan Crewe
Tempest - Julie Cross (Debut Author Challenge)
New Girl - Paige Harbison
Ditched - Robin Mellom (Debut Author Challenge)
Fracture - Megan Miranda (Debut Author Challenge)*
Tantalize - Cynthia Leitich Smith
Eternal - Cynthia Leitich Smith
Blessed - Cynthia Leitich Smith
Diabolical - Cynthia Leitich Smith
Goliath - Scott Westerfeld

8 Adult:
Machine Man - Max Barry
Compulsively Mr. Darcy - Nina Benneton
The Tea Rose - Jennifer Donnelly*
Revealing Eden - Victoria Foyt (marketed for YA, but reads more like romance)
A Discovery of Witches - Deborah Harkness*
The Dispatcher - Ryan David Jahn
The Baker's Daughter - Sarah McCoy
The Winter Palace - Eva Stachniak

4 Manga:
Fullmetal Alchemist - Hiromu Arakawa*
Ouran High School Host Club - Bisco Hatori
Boys Over Flowers - Yoko Kamio
Black Cat - Kentaro Yabuki

3 Audiobooks:
Heart of Darkness - Joseph Conrad
A Tale of Two Cities - Charles Dickens
Hamlet - William Shakespeare

2 Middle Grade:
A Wind in the Door - Madeleine L'Engle
A Swiftly Tilting Planet - Madeleine L'Engle

Clearly, YA still dominates my reading, but I'm not doing too badly for variety overall. Go me!



Blogger Heather said...

This is insane, but in the best way possible, friendface. I bow to your reading superiority and wish I could emulate it :)

February 3, 2012 at 7:11 PM  

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