10 July 2004

50 Fiction Books

Since I seem to be reading a ridiculous amount this year (and, despite a few lags, show no signs of reducing my consumption), I've finally divided the list into 50 Fiction Books and 50 Non-Fiction Books. Plus the 50 Sequential Art Books, of course. So here's the fiction (except the ones new to the list, which'll be in a separate post).
  1. The Complete Sherlock Holmes, Volume 2 by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  2. Timeline by Michael Crichton
  3. The Stone Circle by Gary Goshgarian
  4. Contact by Carl Sagan
  5. The Guizer by Alan Garner
  6. Lucinda's Secret by Holly Black. (Spiderwick Chronicles Book 3) Illos by Tony diTerlizzi.
  7. Shades of Dracula by Bram Stoker (ed. Peter Haining)
  8. The Dark Place by Aaron Elkins
  9. Old Bones by Aaron Elkins
  10. Skeleton Dance by Aaron Elkins
  11. Murder in the Queen's Armes by Aaron Elkins
  12. Briar Rose by Robert Coover
  13. The Rumpelstiltskin Problem by Vivian Vande Velde
  14. Icy Clutches by Aaron Elkins
  15. Child of Faerie, Child of Earth by Josepha Sherman
  16. Dracula by Bram Stoker
  17. The Death of an Ardent Bibliophile by Bartholomew Gill
  18. Thirteenth Night by Alan Gordon
  19. The Gathering Dark by Christopher Golden
  20. I Was a Rat by Philip Pullman
  21. The Mermaid's Three Wisdoms by Jane Yolen
  22. Hob and the Goblins by William Mayne
  23. Elfsong by Ann Turner
  24. Jester Leaps In by Alan Gordon
  25. A Glancing Light by Aaron Elkins

Now I've got to get back to my League of Extraordinary Gentlemen reading. Just a few more libary books to go, though . . .

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