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2011 Book List

Books Read in 2011:

#1 -- Dan Brown, The Lost Symbol, 639 pages, 7/10
#2 -- Danielle Joseph, Indigo Blues, 231 pages, 7/10
#3 -- Laura L. Sullivan, Under the Green Hill, 308 pages, 8/10
#4 -- Kelley Armstrong, Counterfeit Magic, 141 pages, 9/10
#5 -- Francesca Lia Block, The Waters and the Wild, 111 pages, 8/10
#6 -- Nancy Werlin, Extraordinary, 393 pages, 8/10
#7 -- James Norcliffe, The Boy Who Could Fly, 312 pages, 7/10
#8 -- Wendy Delsol, Stork, 355 pages, 9/10
#9 -- Michelle Knudsen, The Dragon of Trelian, 406 pages, 7/10
#10 -- Marcus Aurelius, Meditations, 194 pages, 8/10
#11 -- Diana Leszczynski, Fern Verdant and the Silver Rose, 263 pages, 6/10
#12 -- Frewin Jones, The Charmed Return, 355 pages, 7/10
#13 -- Frank Cottrell Boyce, Framed, 313 pages, 7/10
#14 -- Marian Babson, Only the Cat Knows, 223 pages, 7/10
#15 -- Epictetus, The Golden Sayings of Epictetus, 74 pages, 8/10
#16 -- Leonie Swann, Three Bags Full: a sheep detective story, 341 pages, 10/10
#17 -- Lee Bantle, David Inside Out, 184 pages, 6/10
#18 -- Daisy Whitney, The Mockingbirds, 339 pages, 10/10
#19 -- Terry Pratchett, The Nation, 369 pages, 10/10
#20 -- Patrick Rothfuss, Wise Man's Fear, 994 pages, 9/10
#21 -- Tacitus, Germania, 28 pages, 5/10
#22 -- Allen Williams, The Witches' Kitchen, 276 pages, 7/10
#23 -- A. C. E. Bauer, Come Fall, 229 pages, 8/10
#24 -- A. C. E. Bauer, No Castles Here, 271 pages, 8/10
#25 -- Joan Bauer, Peeled, 248 pages, 10/10
#26 -- Carrie Vaughn, Steel, 294 pages, 10/10
#27 -- Rebecca Godfrey, The Torn Skirt, 199 pages, 6/10
#28 -- Jean M. Auel, The Valley of the Horses, 544 pages, 6/10
#29 -- Jean M. Auel, The Mammoth Hunters, 688 pages, 6/10
#30 -- Jean M. Auel, The Plains of Passage, 784 pages, 6/10
#31 -- Jean M. Auel, The Shelters of Stone, 800 pages, 6/10
#32 -- Kristina McBride, The Tension of Opposites, 279 pages, 8/10
#33 -- Kate DiCamillo, The Tiger Rising, 121 pages, 8/10
#34 -- Marie Desplechin, Poor Little Witch Girl, 124 pages, 7/10
#35 -- Holly Black and Cecil Castellucci, eds., Geektastic, 432 pages, 8/10
#36 -- Laurie Faria Stolarz, Deadly Little Secret, 252 pages, 6/10
#37 -- Stephen Alter, The Phantom Isles, 210 pages, 6/10
#38 -- Daniel Kehlmann, Me and Kaminski, 195 pages, 7/10
#39 -- Stephen Parrish, The Tavernier Stones, 370 pages, 6/10
#40 -- Terri Windling & Mark Alan Arnold, eds., Borderland, 244 pages, 10/10
#41 -- Terri Windling & Mark Alan Arnold, eds., Bordertown, 253 pages, 10/10
#42 -- Terri Windling, Life on the Border, 368 pages, 10/10
#43 -- Crissa-Jean Chappell, Total Constant Order, 280 pages, 8/10
#44 - William R. Freudenburg & Robert Gramling, Blowout in the Gulf, 254 pages, 6/10
#45 -- Catherynne M. Valente, The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of her Own Making, 247 pages, 10/10
#46 -- Krista Russell, Chasing the Nightbird, 200 pages, 7/10
#47 -- Samantha Sotto, Before Ever After, 304 pages, 10/10
#48 -- Carmen Agra Deedy & Randall Wright, The Cheshire Cheese Cat, 256 pages, 9/10
#49 -- Will Adams, The Alexander Cipher, 517 pages, 7/10
#50 -- Jake Wizner, Spanking Shakespeare, 304 pages, 7/10
#51 -- Marie Phillips, Gods Behaving Badly, 288 pages, 8/10
#52 -- A. LaFaye, The Keening, 224 pages, 8/10
#53 -- Lilith Saintcrow, Night Shift, 352 pages, 6/10
#54 -- Frewin Jones, The Emerald Flame, 352 pages, 7/10
#55 -- Rebecca Barnhouse, The Coming of the Dragon, 320 pages, 9/10
#56 -- Will Shetterly, Elsewhere, 248 pages, 8/10
#57 -- Jill Wolfson, Cold Hands, Warm Heart, 256 pages, 8/10
#58 -- Pamela Ehrenberg, Tillmon County Fire, 175 pages, 9/10
#59 -- K. L. Going, The Garden of Eve, 240 pages, 9/10
#60 -- Jennifer Bryant, Kaleidoscope Eyes, 272 pages, 9/10
#61 -- Joan Druett, She Captains: Heroines and Hellions of the Sea, 304 pages, 9/10
#62 -- Jackson Pearce, Sweetly, 320 pages, 8/10
#63 -- Emily Rodda, The Key to Rondo, 368 pages, 7/10
#64 -- Chris Platt, Star Gazer, 144 pages, 5/10
#65 -- Warren Fahy, Fragment, 528 pages, 8/10
#66 -- Sam Bourne, The Righteous Men, 416 pages, 5/10
#67 -- David Gregory, The Next Level: A Parable of Finding Your Place in Life, 119 pages, 4/10
#68 -- Marcus Sedgwick, My Swordhand is Singing, 224 pages, 10/10
#69 -- Will Shetterly, Never Never, 240 pages, 9/10
#70 -- Isabel Carmody, Little Fur, 224 pages, 7/10
#71 -- Ying Chang Compestine, A Banquet for Hungry Ghosts, 192 pages, 10/10
#72 -- Keith McGowan, The Witch's Guide to Cooking with Children, 192 pages, 7/10
#73 -- Suzanne Selfors, To Catch a Mermaid, 272 pages, 7/10
#74 -- Amy Gordon, Magic by Heart, 197 pages, 7/10
#75 -- Jane Lindskold, Brother to Dragons, Companion to Owls, 288 pages, 8/10
#76 -- Barry Hughart, The Bridge of Birds, 288 pages, 10/10
#77 -- Megan Crewe, Give up the Ghost, 256 pages, 7/10
#78 -- Dean Hale, Shannon Hale, and Nathan Hale, Rapunzel's Revenge, 144 pages, 8/10
#79 -- Kerry Hardie, The Bird Woman, 384 pages, 8/10
#80 -- Steve Niles, 28 Days Later: Aftermath, 105 pages, 7/10
#81 -- Katherine Howe, The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane, 371 pages, 9/10
#82 -- John Claude Bemis, Clockwork Dark #1: The Nine Pound Hammer, 359 pages, 9/10
#83 -- Michael Morpurgo, An Elephant in the Garden, 199 pages, 10/10
#84 -- Julie Anne Peters, Grl 2 grl, 151 pages, 7/10
#85 -- Marilyn Kaye, Demon Chick, 215 pages, 7/10
#86 -- Deva Fagan, Fortune's Folly, 257 pages, 9/10
#87 -- Mackie D'Arge, Lifting the Sky, 288 pages, 9//10
#88 -- David Levithan and Rachel Cohn, Nick and Nora's Infinite Playlist, 183 pages, 10/10
#89 -- Walter Tevis, The Man Who Fell to Earth, 209 pages, 9/10
#90 -- Janet Lee Carey, Dragon's Keep, 301 pages, 9/10
#91 -- Cora Harrison, My Lady Judge: A Mystery of Medieval Ireland, 320 pages, 10/10
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