Book List

This is a bucket list of books I need to read. I did steal this idea from someone else’s blog, but, really, I’m tired of stacking up 100’s of notepad files and links to books.Ok, so I’ve got a bazillion and one books on my To Read List, and few on my Read list. Hopefully, as time passes, and maybe by reading speed increases from Pitiful to Grand Master (yeah right), I can turn the tides of this battle.

Feel free to tell me that books on my To Read List suck beforehand. Then maybe I’ll put them in a garbage list or something.

I might even do a review of some of these books.

  1. Read 7 volumes of Two-Hundred Step Home – Amanda Martin
  2. Dragon Wraiths – Amanda Martin
  3. Finish the last book of the Lord of the Rings. Oops.
  4. Eye of the World (Wheel of Time) – Robert Jordan
  5. Wizard’s First Rule – Terry Goodkind = Just sounds like the good kind.
  6. Magician (Riftwar Saga) – Raymond Fiest
  7. Theft Sword (Riyria Revelations) – Michael Sullivan
  8. Black Company – Glen Cook (Will be my first Gritty Fantasy, may be my last one too…)
  9. 1984 – George Orwell
  10. Brave New World – Aldous Huxley
  11. The Crimson League by Victoria Grefer
  12. Read ALL of Anne McCaffrey’s Pern Books
    1. White Dragon
    2. Moreta: Dragonlady of Pern
    3. Nerika’s Story
    4. Dragonsdawn
    5. Renegades of Pern
    6. All the Weyrs of Pern
    7. The Chronicles of Pern: First Fall
    8. The Girl Who heard Dragons
    9. Dragonseye/Red Star Rising
    10. The Masterharper of Pern
    11. Runner of Pern
    12. The Skies of Pern
    13. A Gift of Dragons
    14. Dragon’s Kin
    15. Beyond Between
    16. Dragonsblood
    17. Dragon’s Fire
  13. Give Horror books a try
    1. The Shining by Stephen King
    2. The Turn of the Screw by Henry James
    3. The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty
    4. The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories by H.P. Lovecraft
    5. The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers
  14. Malazan Book of the Fallen by Steven Erikson
  15. Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson
  16. Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card
  17. Assassin’s Apprentice (The Farseer Trilogy) by Robin Hobb
32+ READ:
  1. Lord of the Rings
    1. Fellowship of the Ring
    2. The Two Towers
  2. The Hobbit
  3. 7 books of R.A. Salvatore’s Legend of Drizzt
    The Dark Elf Trilogy
    1. Homeland
    2. Exile
    3. Sojourn
    The Icewind Dale Trilogy
    1. The Crystal Shard
    2. Streams of Silver
    3. The Halfling’s Gem
    Legacy of the Drow
    1. The Legacy
  4. 5 Pern Books:
    Harper Hall Trilogy
    1. Dragonsong
    2. Dragonsinger
    3. Dragondrums
    Dragonriders of Pern
    1. Dragonflight
    2. Dragonquest
  5. Classics
    1. Frankenstein – Mary Shelley
    2. To Kill A Mockingbird – Harper Lee
    3. Hamlet – Shakespeare
    4. Romeo and Juliet- Shakespeare
    5. Macbeth- Shakespeare
    6. Much Ado About Nothing – Shakespeare
    7. Lord of the Flies (Which I despise) – WIlliam Golding
    8. Greater Expectations – Charles Dickens
    9. A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens
    10. Huckleberry Finn – Mark Twain
    11. The Odyssey – Homer
    12. Of Mice and Men – John Steinback
    13. Slaughterhouse-Five – Kurt Vonnegut (meh)
    14. The Canterbury Tales – Geoffrey Chaucer
  6. Black Cauldron
  7. Little Women
  8. Watership Down.
  9. Boxcar Children Mysteries (Bunches o’ ’em) by Gertrude Chandler Warner
    1. The Boxcar Children
    2. Surprise Island
    3. The Yellow House Mystery
    4. Mystery Ranch
    5. Mike’s Mystery
    6. Blue Bay Mystery
    7. The Woodshed Mystery
    8. The Lighthouse Mystery
    9. Mountain Top Mystery
    10. Schoolhouse Mystery
    11. Caboose Mystery
    12. Houseboat Mystery
    13. Snowbound Mystery
    14. Tree House Mystery
    15. Bicycle Mystery
    16. Mystery in the Sand
    17. Blue Station Mystery
    18. Benny Uncovers A Mystery
    19. The Haunted Cabin Mystery
    20. The Deserted Library Mystery
    21. The Animal Shelter Mystery
    22. The Old Motel Mystery
    23. The Mystery of the Hidden Painting
  1. The Old Testament
    1. Genesis
    2. Exodus
    3. Leviticus
    4. Numbers
    5. Deuteronomy
    6. Joshua
    7. Judges
    8. Ruth
    9. Samuel I
    10. Samuel II
    11. Kings I
    12. Kings II
    13. Chronicles I
    14. Chronicles II
    15. Ezra
    16. Nehemiah
    17. Esther
    18. Job
    1. Proverbs
    2. Ecclesiastes
    3. Song of Solomon
    4. Isaiah
    5. Jeremiah
    6. Lamentations
    7. Ezekiel
    8. Daniel
    9. Hosea
    10. Joel
    11. Amos
    12. Obadiah
    13. Jonah
    14. Micah
    15. Nahum
    16. Habakkuk
    17. Zephaniah
    18. Haggai
    19. Zechariah
    20. Malachi
  2. The New Testament
    1. Matthew
    2. Mark
    3. Luke
    1. John
    2. The Acts
    3. Romans
    4. Corinthians I
    5. Corinthians II
    6. Galatians
    7. Ephesians
    8. Philippians
    9. Colossians
    10. Thessalonians I
    11. Thessalonians II
    12. Timothy I
    13. Timothy II
    14. Titus
    15. Philemon
    16. To the Hebrews
    17. To epistle of James
    18. Peter I
    19. Peter II
    20. John I
    21. John II
    22. John III
    23. Jude
    24. Revelation
Great Books for your wee little kids!
  1. Frog and Toad books by Arnold Lobol (I didn’t look around of best prices)
    1. Frog and Toad are Friends
    2. Adventures of Frog and Toad
    3. Days with Frog and Toad
    4. The Frog and Toad Treasury
    5. Frog and Toad Together

3 Responses to Book List

  1. Thank you for adding me to your list! One of the reviews of Dragon Wraiths compared it to the Dragons of Pern series so I think it might be more your style than the Claire books! By the way, are you on Goodreads? It’s a great way of keeping track of your to-read list (though I admit mine is sadly neglected!)

    • vozey says:

      Not yet, on Goodreads, but I’ve been considering it. I might take a minute and do that real quick.

      I’m looking forward to reading Dragon Wraiths.

    • vozey says:

      I’m on good reads now. It stinks because I can’t control what wordpress shows nor can I change the background color from that god-awful pure white. WordPress really lacks options at times.

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