2005 Reading List

Okay, I’m going to be updating this all through the year (I hope…if I remember) so I can keep track of what I’ve read.

  1. A Hidden Magic – Vivian Vande Velde
  2. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – J.K. Rowling
  3. Sword-Dancer – Jennifer Roberson (a re-read from years ago because she wrote a sequel)
  4. The Dark Hills Divide – Patrick Carman (I have to admit, I wasn’t terribly impressed with this. Plot and characterization were too ramshackle.)
  5. Mira, Mirror – Mette Ivie Harrison (interesting – a grim fairy tale)
  6. Sword-Singer – Jennifer Roberson
  7. The Cup of the World – John Dickinson (I highly recommend this; lots of twists)
  8. Huntress – L.J. Smith
  9. Sword-Maker – Jennifer Roberson
  10. Sword-Breaker – Jennifer Roberson (only two more to go in this series)
  11. Sword-Born – Jennifer Roberson
  12. Sword-Sworn – Jennfier Roberson (yay, I finished the series! And a satisfactory ending it was, too.)
  13. The Legend of Nightfall – Mickey Zucker Reichert (rereading this so I can read the sequel. What a good book. I heart Nightfall.)
  14. The Return of Nightfall – Mickey Zucker Reichert (a pretty good sequel, all things told)
  15. Keeping the Moon – Sarah Dessen
  16. Something from the Nightside – Simon R. Green
  17. Agents of Light and Darkness – Simon R. Green
  18. Nightingale’s Lament – Simon R. Green
  19. Out of the Silent Planet – C.S. Lewis
  20. The Hedge Knight – George R.R. Martin
  21. Perelandra – C.S. Lewis
  22. Creatures of the Night – Neil Gaiman and Michael Zulli
  23. That Hideous Strength – C.S. Lewis
  24. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince – J.K. Rowling
  25. Spindle’s End – Robin McKinley
  26. Something Rich and Strange – Patricia A. McKillip
  27. Urban Shaman – C.E. Murphy
  28. What is Goth? – Voltaire
  29. A Child Called It – David Pelzer (what? It’s only the most popular book the 10-to-15-year-old set asks me about.)

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