Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Year End Book List

At the beginning of 2010, I wondered how many books I could read in one year. With that, I recorded ever book I read that wasn't school related or anything like that. It was really fun and interesting as the numbers went up and up. So, I am going to share that list with you and the number of the total books (This doesn't mean that I recomend all the books I read or thought they were good. Interested in any on the list, post a comment about it or look at my shelfari to see if I gave a short review on it).

Young Adult:
Max Cassidy: Escape from Shadow Island by Paul Adam
The Frog Princess by E. D. Baker
The Berinfell Prophecies book 1:Curse of the Spider King by Wayne Thomas Batson and Christopher Hopper
The Berinfell Prophesies book 2: Venom and Song by Wayne Thomas Batson and Christopher Hopper
The Kingdom Series book 5:Kingdom's Quest by Chuck Black
The Kingdom Series book  6:Kingdom's Reign by Chuck Black
The Shakespeare Stealer book 1 by Gary Blackwood
The Shakespeare Stealer book 3: Shakespeare's Spy by Gary Blackwood
The King's Thane by Charles Brady
Robot Wars book 5:  by Sigmund Brouwer
The Summer of the Swans by Betsy Byars
How to Train You Dragon book 1 by Crassida Cowell
How to Train Your Dragon book 2: How to be a Pirate by Cressida Cowell
How to Train Your Dragon book 3: How to Speak Dragonese by Cressida Cowell
How to Train Your Dragon book 4: How to Cheat a Dragon's Curse by Cressida Cowell
How to Train Your Dragon book 5: How to Twist a Dragon's Tale by Cressida Cowell
How to Train Your Dragon book 6: Hero's Guide to Deadly Dragons by Cressida Cowell
How to Train Your Dragon book 7: How to Ride a Dragon's Storm by Cressida Cowell
Dragons in Our Midst book 4: Tears of a Dragon by Bryan Davis
Dragons of Starlight book 1: Starlighter by Bryan Davis
The Fairy Tale Novels book 1: The Shadow of the Bear by Regina Doman
The Fairy Tale Novels book 2: Black as Night by Regina Doman
The Fairy Tale Novels book 4: The Midnight Dancers by Regina Doman
The Fairy Tale Novels book 5: Alex O'Donnell and the 40 Cybertheives by Regina Doman
Dragonsdale: Riding the Storm by Salamanda Drake
Santa Paws book 1 by Nicholas Edward
Santa Paws book 2: The Return of Santa Paws by Nicholas Edward
The Wall book 2: Beetle Bunker by Robert Elmer
The Wall book 3: Smuggler's Treasure by Robert Elmer
Ranger's Apprentice book 6: Siege of Macindaw by John Flanagan
Dragon Slippers by Jessica Day George
Outcast book 1: The Un-Magician by Christopher Golden & Thomas E. Sniegoski
Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer by John Grisham
The Chronicle of Young Dastan by Catherine Hapka
The Worst Wish by Lissa Halls Johnson
Trapped by Peg Kehret
The Homelander Series book 2: The Long Way Home by Andrew Klavan
The Homelander Series book 3: The Truth of the Matter by Andrew Klavin
Girls Only (GO!) book 2: Only the Best by Beverly Lewis
Girls Only (GO!) book 3: A Perfect Match by Beverly Lewis
Girls Only (GO!) book 4: Reach for the Stars by Beverly Lewis
The Codebearer Series book 2: Hunter Brown and the Consuming Fire by the Miller Brothers
The Codebearer Series book 3: Hunter Brown and the Eye of Ends by the Miller Brothers
Night of the Twisters by Ivy Ruckman
The Star Trilogy book 1: The Dragon Boy by Donald Samson
The Youngest Templar book 2: Trail of Fate by Michael P. Spradlin
The Youngest Templar Series book 3: Orphan of Destany by Michael P. Spradlin
The Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain

More for Grown Ups:
Petra: City in Stone by T. L. Higley
Reclaiming Nick by Susan May Warren
Taming Rafe by Susan May Warren
Finding Stefanie by Susan May Warren

Love Insperational:
Dreaming of Home by Glynna Kaye
Covert Pursuit by Terri Reed
Firestorm by Kelly Ann Riley
Secret Agent Father by Laura Scott

Autobiography/Biography:
Trevor's Song by T. A. Beam
C. S. Lewis: The Man Behind Narnia by Beatrice Gormley

In total, there are 58 books on this list. Some series I re-read during this year (which accounts for the strange numbering for some), other series I was starting, and some I was finishing. Like I said, any questions or comments about any of these books, feel free to leave a comment. Now, bring on 2011!

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