Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Yearly Book Roundup


One thing you probably don't know about me is that I'm actually a bit of book worm. I don't read fast, and I don't read as often as I'd like (as I am doing full time degree and have a part time job) but when I do read, I love it. So, here's what I've read this year..

1. Bridget Jones, Mad About The Boy Helen Fielding
2. Sane New World Ruby Wax
3. How To Fall In Love Celia Ahern
4. The Rosie Project Graeme Simision
5. The Ocean At The End Of The Lane Neil Gaiman
6. Paper Aeroplanes Dawn O'Porter
7. Life After Life Kate Atkinson
8. My Mad Fat Diary Rae Earl
9. Sharp Objects Gillian Flynn
10. The Notebook Nicholas Sparks
11. Perfect Rachael Joyce
12. Eleanor & Park Rainbow Rowell
13. The Humans Matt Haig
14. Trick And Treat Barry Groves
15. An Idiot Abroad Karl Pilkington
16. We Were Liars E. Lockhart
17. Divergent Veronica Roth
18. Insurgent Veronica Roth
19. Allegiant Veronica Roth
20. The Shock Before The Fall Nathan Filer
21. Goose Dawn O'Porter
22. Before We Met Lucie Whitehouse
23. How To Build A Girl Caitlin Moran
24. Fangirl Rainbow Rowell
25. Larger Than Life Jodi Picoult
26. Thirteen Reasons Why Jay Asher
27. About A Boy Nick Hornby
28. Confessions Of A Shopaholic Sophie Kinsella
29. The Yellow Wallpaper Charlotte Perkins Gilman
30. The Skeleton Cupboard Tanya Byron
31. Across The Universe Beth Revis
32. Daughter Jane Shemilt
33. Geek Girl #2 Holly Smale
34. More Fool Me Stephen Fry
35. Leaving Time Jodi Picoult
36. A Song For Issy Bradley Carys Bray

I had a few books for Christmas lined up to be read in the new year, and I'm always open to suggestions!

What have you read this year? Did you read anything I read?

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4 comments

Jacqueline Hough said...

Hi! I found your blog by chance. You read some great books this year. Some of those books are on my to-read list. I did read We Were Liars. It was really good but sad. I enjoyed it a lot. Right now, I am reading Revival by Stephen King. I read a lot this year but the two that come to mind are Mean Streak by Sandra Brown (Awesome with lots of twists) and The Big Truck That Went By: How the World Came to Save Haiti and Left Behind a Disaster by Jonathan Katz (nonfiction about the aftermath in Haiti. It was very informative). Happy New Year!

Samantha Betteridge said...

Thanks for the suggestions, I will check them out! xx

Ellie Adams said...

Ooh as a fellow bookworm I absolutely love this post. I really liked How to fall in love, Leaving time and obviously the notebook... it's a classic. Jodi Moyes - Me before you and Jodi Picoult Salem falls are two of my all time favourites!


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Sam said...

Jodi Picoult is my favourite author, but I'm yet to read Salem Falls so I may read that one soon! :) xx

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