Dread Pile o’Reads

Those already on my shelves are in italics.

Fiction to Read:
José Eduardo Agualusa: the Book of Chameleons
Isaac Asimov: Foundation
Isaac Asimov: I, Robot
Isaac Asimov: the Martian Way and Other Stories
Margaret Atwood: Oryx and Crake
Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice
Richard Bach: Illusions: the Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah
Richard Bach: Jonathan Livingston Seagull
Paolo Bacigalupi: Ship Breaker
R.M. Ballantyne: the Coral Island
Amber Benson & Christopher Golden: the Seven Whistlers
K.J. Bishop: the Etched City
Marion Zimmer Bradley: Firebrand
Anthony Burgess: A Clockwork Orange
Truman Capote: Breakfast at Tiffanys
Truman Capote: In Cold Blood

Orson Scott Card: Seventh Son
Miguel de Cervantes: the Dialogue of the Dogs
Stephen Chbosky: the Perks of Being a Wallflower
Wilkie Collins: Cain’s Legacy
Fyodor Dostoevsky: Crime and Punishment
Michael Ende: the Neverending Story (Die unendliche Geschitchte)
Jeffrey Eugenides: Middlesex
P.R. Frost: Faery Moon
Neil Gaiman: Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders
Neil Gaiman: the Sandman
Ursula Le Guin: Earthsea series (rest of or re-read)
Ursula Le Guin: Hainish Cycle books
Rich Horton: the Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2010
Khaled Hosseini: the Kite Runner
Tanya Huff: the Enchantment Emporium
Victor Hugo: Les Misérables (French version)
Tahar Ben Jelloun: Islam Explained
Tahar Ben Jelloun: Leaving Tangier
Sebastian Junger: the Perfect Storm
Moises Kaufman: Gross Indecency: the Three Trials of Oscar Wilde
Jack Kerouac: On the Road
Mercedes Lackey: Foundation
C.S. Lewis: Out of the Silent Planet
C.S. Lewis: Perelandra

Ann-Marie MacDonald: the Way the Crow Flies
Gregory Maguire: Wicked
Frederick Marryat: Mr. Midshipman Easy
George R.R. Martin: A Game of Thrones
Richard Matheson: I Am Legend
Herman Melville: Billy Budd, Foretopman
A.A. Milne: the Red House Mystery
David Mitchell: Cloud Atlas
Alan Moore: V for Vendetta
Alan Moore: the Watchmen
James Morrow: the Last Witchfinder
Audrey Niffenegger: the Time Traveler’s Wife
George Orwell: Down and Out in Paris and London
George Orwell: Homage to Catalonia
Carolyn Parkhurst: Dogs of Babel
Ayn Rand: Atlas Shrugged
Ayn Rand: the Fountainhead
Edmond Rostand: Cyrano de Bergerac
Carl Sagan: Contact
Robert Silverberg: Lord Valentine’s Castle
Robert Silverberg: Valentine Pontifex
Isaac Bashevis Singer: Passions and Other Stories
John Steinbeck: the Winter of Our Discontent
Neal Stephenson: Cryptonomicon
Neal Stephenson: Snow Crash
Koji Suzuki: Ring
Kressmann Taylor: Address Unknown
Errol Lincoln Uys: Brazil
Catherynne Valente: A Guide to Folktales in Fragile Dialects
Catherynne Valente: the Orphan’s Tales, I & II
Scott Westerfield: So Yesterday
Doug Wright: I Am My Own Wife
Yevgeny Zamyatin: We
Roger Zelazny: Changeling
Roger Zelazny: Lord of Light
Stefan Zweig: Chess Story

Non-fiction to Read: (In no real particular order)
Carl Sagan: Cosmos
Bill Bryson: A Walk in the Woods- Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail
Linda Greenlaw: All Fisherman Are Liars
Linda Greenlaw: the Hungry Ocean
Linda Greenlaw: the Lobster Chronicles
Carolina Maria de Jesus: Child of the Dark
Ayn Rand: the Virtue of Selfishness
Anita Diamant: Pitching My Tent
Patrick Harding: Collins Mushroom Miscellany
Jennifer 8. Lee: the Fortune Cookie Chronicles
Howard Lyman (the mad cowboy): No More Bull
Michael Pollan: In Defense of Food
Michael Pollan: The Omnivore’s Dilemma
Sean Hepburn Ferrer: Audrey Hepburn, an Elegent Spirit: A Son Remembers
Kevin Danaher: The Year in Ireland
Miriam MacNeil: The Silver Bough- Scottish folk-lore & belief
Pat Califia: Mortal Companion
Pat Califia: Public Sex: the Culture of Radical Sex
Irving Abella & Harold Troper: None is Too Many- Canada and the Jews of Europe 1933-1948
Gershon Winkler: Magic of the Ordinary: Recovering the Shamanic in Judaism
Rebecca Stein: Anthropology of Religion, Magic, and Witchcraft
James Endredy: Ecoshamanism
Carlos Castaneda: Teachings of Don Juan
Robert Ghost Wolf: Changing the Tides of Fear
Ronald Hutton: Triumph of the Moon
Irene Spencer: Cult Insanity: A Memoir of Polygamy, Prophets, and Blood Atonement
Acharya S: Christ Conspiracy, Greatest Story Ever Told
G. K. Chesterton: Heretics, Orthodoxy… something


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