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Books Read 2009

Books read in 2009:

#1 -- Aidan Chambers, This is All: The Pillow Book of Cordelia Kenn, 812 pages, 8/10

#2 -- Dan Jolley, Alex Unlimited #2 - Split-Second Sight, 212 pages, 6/10

#3 -- Ron King, The Quantum July, 244 pages, 8/10

#4 -- Donna Jo Napoli, Alligator Bayou, 278 pages, 10/10

#5 -- Billy Sothern, Down in New Orleans: Reflections from a Drowned City, 316 pages, 7/10

#6 -- Elizabeth Zelvin, Death Will Get You Sober, 259 pages, 7/10

#7 -- Greg Kincaid, A Dog Named Christmas, 148 pages, 8/10

#8 -- Dana Reinhardt, How To Build a House, 227 pages, 10/10

#9 -- M. E. Breen, Darkwood, 273 pages, 9/10

#10 -- Thomas Zigotti, The Nightmare Factory, 107 pages, 9/10

#11 -- Jeanne Betancourt, Ava Tree and the Wishes Three, 130 pages, 9/10

#12 -- P. Craig Russell and Neil Gaiman, Coraline (the Graphic Novel adaptation), 186 pages, 8/10

#13 -- Kelley Armstrong, No Humans Involved, 342 pages, 7/10

#14 -- Jason Lethcoe, The Mysterious Mr. Spines, Book One: Wings, 214 pages, 6/10

#15 -- Annie Wedekind, Wild Blue: The Story of a Mustang Appaloosa, 124 pages, 7/10

#16 -- Mario Acevedo, The Nymphos of Rocky Flats (Felix Gomez #1), 354 pages, 8/10

#17 -- Jean Craighead George, The Cats of Roxville Station, 166 pages, 8/10

#18 -- Cathy Scott, Pawprints of Katrina: Pets Saved and Lessons Learned, 244 pages, 7/10

#19 -- Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling, Troll's-Eye View: A Book of Villainous Tales, 200 pages, 9/10

#20 -- Brent Hartinger, Dreamquest: Tales of Slumberia, 154 pages, 7/10

#21 -- K. M. Briggs, Kate Crackernuts, 224 pages, 8/10

#22 -- Mario Acevedo, X-Rated Blood Suckers (Felix Gomez #2), 370 pages, 6/10

#23 -- Carolyn Meyer, The True Adventures of Charley Darwin, 321 pages, 8/10

#24 -- Frewin Jones, Warrior Princess, 346 pages, 7/10

#25 -- Phyllis Montana-Leblanc, Not Just the Levees Broke: My Story During and After Hurricane Katrina, 223 pages, 8/10

#26 -- Sándor Márai, Esther's Inheritance, 148 pages, 8/10

#27 -- Don Robertson, The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread, 211 pages, 9/10

#28 -- Mario Acevedo, The Undead Kama Sutra (Felix Gomez #3), 320 pages, 8/10

#29 -- Jenni Bergel et al., City Adrift: New Orleans Before and After Katrina, 168 pages, 8/10

#30 -- Mario Acevedo, Jailbait Zombie (Felix Gomez #4), 368 pages, 8/10

#31 -- Catherynne M. Valente, Palimpsest, 367 pages, 10/10

#32 -- Elizabeth Bear, Seven for a Secret, 128 pages, 8/10

#33 -- Don Roberston, The Sum and Total of Now, 252 pages, 9/10

#34 -- Ivor van Heerden and Mike Bryan, The Storm: what went wrong and why during Hurricane Katrina - the inside story from one Louisiana scientist, 294 pages, 9/10

#35 -- SatyrPhil Burcato & Sandra Buskirk, eds., Ravens in the Library, 364 pages, 7/10

#36 -- Lauren Baratz-Logsted, The Sisters 8 #1: Annie's Adventures, 136 pages, 6/10

#37 -- Lauren Baratz-Logsted, The Sisters 8 #2: Durinda's Dangers, 120 pages, 6/10

#38 -- Michael Eric Dyson, Come Hell or High Water: Hurricane Katrina and the Color of Disaster, 246 pages, 8/10

#39 -- T.L. Vidrine, Suffering Katrina: Personal Stories from Hurricane Katrina's Survivors, 56 pages, 3/10

#40 -- Lucienne Diver, Vamped, 230 pages, 7/10

#41 -- Holly Lisle, Moon & Sun #1: The Ruby Key, 361 pages, 9/10

#42 -- Lauren Baratz-Logsted, The Sisters 8 #3: Georgia's Greatness, 119 pages, 7/10

#43 -- Roland Smith, Cryptid Hunters, 348 pages, 8/10

#44 -- Don Robertson, The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened, 248 pages, 8/10

#45 -- Charles DeLint, The Mystery of Grace, 269 pages, 8/10

#46 -- Brad Strickland, The House Where Nobody Lived (A John Bellairs Mystery, featuring Lewis Barnavelt), 174 pages, 8/10

#47 -- John Bellairs, The Face in the Frost, 176 pages, 9/10

#48 -- John Bellairs, The House With a Clock in its Walls, 179 pages, 7/10

#49 -- Holly Lisle, Moon & Sun #2: The Silver Door, 366 pages, 9/10

#50 -- John Bellairs, The Figure in the Shadows, 155 pages, 6/10

#51 -- Heidi Julavits, The Uses of Enchantment, 288 pages, 7/10

#52 -- Kim Harrison, Lynsay Sands, Kelley Armstrong, & Lori Handeland, Dates From Hell, 404 pages, 8/10

#53 -- Kelley Armstrong, Personal Demon, 371 pages, 9/10

#54 -- Kelley Armstrong, Living With the Dead, 372 pages, 8/10

#55 -- Candice Ransom, Time Spies: Secret in the Tower, 120 pages, 8/10

#56 -- Linda Joy Singleton, Dead Girl Walking, 296 pages, 6/10

#57 -- John Hodgman, The Areas of My Expertise, 255 pages, 7/10

#58 -- Anne Holt, What Is Mine, 394 pages, 8/10

#59 -- Bodil Bredsdorff, The Crow-Girl, 155 pages, 10/10

#60 -- Mary W. George, The Elements of Library Research: What Every Student Needs to Know, 164 pages, 8/10

#61 -- Bodil Bredsdorff, Eidi, 138 pages, 10/10

#62 -- Joseph Helgerson, Horns & Wrinkles, 357 pages, 9/10

#63 -- H. A. Guerber, Myths of the Norsemen from the Eddas and Sagas, 365 pages, 7/10

#64 -- Frewin Jones, The Immortal Realm (Faerie Path #4), 341 pages, 6/10

#65 -- Heather Brewer, The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod #1: Eighth Grade Bites, 182 pages, 8/10

#66 -- Brian Keaney, The Promises of Dr. Sigmundus Book One: The Hollow People, 224 pages, 9/10

#67 -- Brian Keaney, The Promises of Dr. Sigmundus Book Two: The Cracked Mirror, 143 pages, 8/10

#68 -- Brian Keaney, The Promises of Dr. Sigmundus Book Three: The Resurrection Fields, 158 pages, 8/10

#69 -- Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Spirits That Walk in Shadow, 306 pages, 8/10

#70 -- Cicero, Letters of Marcus Tullius Cicero, with his treatises on Friendship and Old Age, 181 pages, 5/10

#71 -- Pliny, Letters of Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus, 231 pages, 7/10

#72 -- Kate Thompson, Highway Robbery, 117 pages, 7/10

#73 -- Francesco Colonna (?), Hypnerotomachia Poliphili: The Strife of Love in a Dream, 466 pages, 5/10

#74 -- Patrick Rothfuss, The Name of the Wind, 722 pages, 10/10

#75 -- Lewis Harris, A Taste for Red, 169 pages, 7/10

#76 -- David Sedaris, When You Are Engulfed in Flames, 323 pages, 8/10

#77 -- William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar, 66 pages, 7/10

#78 -- Charles De Lint, Drink Down the Moon, 216 pages, 8/10

#79 -- Ira Zepp, Pedagogy of the Heart, 100 pages, 10/10

#80 -- Ian Caldwell & Dustin Thomason, The Rule of Four, 450 pages, 8/10

#81 -- Joscelyn Godwin, The Real Rule of Four, 171 pages, 7/10

#82 -- Kelley Armstrong, Men of the Otherworld, 369 pages, 8/10

#83 -- Elizabeth Mavor, The Ladies of Llangollen, 216 pages, 9/10

#84 -- William Shakespeare, Antony and Cleopatra, 87 pages, 6/10

#85 -- Justin Richards, The Death Collector, 293 pages, 7/10

#86 -- Ann & Jeff VanderMeer, Fast Ships, Black Sails, 241 pages, 10/10

#87 -- Robert Coover, Pricksongs and Descants, 256 pages, 4/10

#88 -- Frewin Jones, Warrior Princess #2: Destiny's Path, 329 pages, 6/10

#89 -- Richard Castle, Heat Wave (Nikki Heat), 198 pages, 7/10

#90 -- Francesca Lia Block, The Waters & the Wild, 111 pages, 9/10

#91 -- Gerald S. Hawkins, Stonehenge Decoded, 190 pages, 7/10

#92 -- Patricia C. Wrede & Caroline Stevermer, Sorcery & Cecelia, or The Enchanted Chocolate Pot, 326 pages, 9/10

#93 -- Joseph Bruchac, Night Wings, 192 pages, 8/10

#94 -- R. L. LaFevers, Flight of the Phoenix (Nathaniel Fludd, Beastologist Book One), 134 pages, 8/10

#95 -- Becky Citra, Never To Be Told, 217 pages, 10/10

#96 -- Mark Rowlands, The Philosopher and the Wolf, 244 pages, 9/10

#97 -- Kelley Armstrong, Frostbitten, 339 pages, 9/10

#98 -- Helen Fisher, Why Him, Why Her? Finding Real Love by Understanding Your Personality Type, 243 pages, 5/10

#99 -- Elizabeth Beckwith, Raising the Perfect Child Through Guilt and Manipulation, 236 pages, 8/10

#100 -- Beth Kephart, Nothing But Ghosts, 286 pages, 7/10
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