2011 To-Read List

Here's a cut and paste of the books I still didn't read last year, and still want to try to read this year. I don't stick too closely to this list, which is why the titles never seem to come off, but I'm posting it just for tradition's sake.

Slash (with Anthony Bozza) – Slash
Scott, Michael – The Magician: The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel
Keneally, Thomas – Schindler's List
Segal, Lore – Other People's Houses
Stroud, Jonathan – The Bartimaeus Trilogy, Book Three: Ptolemy's Gate
Barry, Dave and Ridley Pearson – Peter and the Secret of Rundoon
McEwan, Ian – Atonement
Blake, James – Breaking Back
Barrie, J.M. – Peter Pan
Haggard, H. Rider – King Solomon's Mines
Clarke, Susanna – Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell
Larsen, Eric – Devil in the White City
Willig, Lauren – The Secret History of the Pink Carnation
Sparks, Nicholas – The Notebook
Berendt, John – Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
Austen, Jane – Sense and Sensibility
Rice, Anne – Interview with the Vampire
Golden, Arthur – Memoirs of a Geisha
Maguire, Gregory – Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister
Dumas, Alexandre – The Count of Monte Cristo
Japrisot, Sebastien – A Very Long Engagement [CURRENTLY READING]
Homer – The Iliad
Homer – The Odyssey
Chaucer, Geoffrey – The Canterbury Tales
O'Neill, Jamie – At Swim Two Boys
Wilde, Oscar – The Picture of Dorian Gray
Alcott, Louisa May – Little Women

Last year I managed to get three books off this list. Three seems like a doable number, so I'll aim to repeat that goal this year.

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