Books Read

A list of all the books I’ve ever read in my life.

Classics

  1. Things Fall Apart–Chinua Achebe
  2. The Complete Works of Hans Christian Andersen–Hans Christian Andersen
  3. I Know Why The Cage Bird Sings—Maya Angelou
  4. Little Women —Louisa May Alcott
  5. Pride and Prejudice—Jane Austen
  6. If Beale Street Could Talk—James Baldwin
  7. Waiting to Meet the Man—James Baldwin
  8. Giovanni’s Room—James Baldwin
  9. Fahrenheit 451—Ray Bradbury
  10. Jane Eyre —Charlotte Bronte
  11. In Cold Blood—Truman Capote
  12. Breakfast at Tiffany’s—Truman Capote
  13. The Complete Short Stories of Truman Capote
  14. The Awakening—Kate Chopin
  15. Heart of Darkness—Joseph Conrad
  16. The Red Badge of Courage—Stephan Crane
  17. A Tale of Two Cities—Charles Dickens
  18. Great Expectations—Charles Dickens
  19. A Christmas Carol—Charles Dickens
  20. Crime and Punishment—Fydor Dostoevsky
  21. The Count of Monte Cristo — Alexandre Dumas
  22. The Three Musketeers– Alexandre Dumas
  23. The Invisible Man—Ralph Ellison
  24. The Great Gatsby—F. Scott Fitzgerald
  25. The Overcoat– Nicoli Gogol
  26. Lord of the Flies —William Golding
  27. The Scarlet Letter—Nathanial Hawthorne
  28. Hunger—Kunt Hamsun
  29. The Old Man and the Sea—Ernest Hemingway
  30. Les Miserables—Victor Hugo
  31. Their Eyes Were Watching God—Zora Neale Hurston
  32. The Metamorphosis — Franz Kafka
  33. To Kill A Mockingbird—Harper Lee
  34. Chronicles of a Death Foretold—Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  35. Gone with the Wind—Margaret Mitchell
  36. The Ramayana –R.K. Narayan
  37. 1984—George Orwell
  38. Animal Farm—George Orwell
  39. The Gormenghast Trilogy—Mervyn Peake
  40. The Bell Jar—Sylvia Plath
  41. The Polar Bear — Henrik Pontipoddian
  42. All Quiet On the Western Front—Erich Maria Remarque
  43. The Fountainhead—Ann Rynd
  44. The Catcher in the Rye—J.D. Salinger
  45. Frankenstein—Mary Shelley
  46. The Jungle—Upton Sinclair
  47. A Tree Grows in Brooklyn—Betty Smith
  48. Cannery Row-— John Steinbeck
  49. East of Eden—John Steinbeck
  50. The Grapes of Wrath –John Steinbeck
  51. Of Mice and Men —John Steinbeck
  52. The Pearl– John Steinbeck
  53. Treasure Island—Robert Louis Stevenson
  54. Shipwrecked—Robert Louis Stevenson
  55. Getting Married – August Strindberg
  56. Gulliver’s Travels—Jonathan Swift
  57. Anna Karenina—Leo Tolstoy
  58. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn—Mark Twain
  59. The Adventures of Simplicius Simplicissimus—Hans Jacob Christoffel von Grimmelshausen
  60. The Color Purple—Alice Walker
  61. The Robber Bridegroom—Eudora Welty
  62. The Picture of Dorian Gray—Oscar Wilde
  63. Monkey –Wu Ch-Eng-En
  64. The Complete Icelandic Saga – Author Unknown
  65. Ancient Irish Myths—Author Unknown
  66. Beowulf—Author Unknown

Popular Fiction

  1. Flowers in the Attic—V.C. Andrews
  2. Ruby—V.C. Andrews
  3. Pearl in the Mist—V.C. Andrews
  4. All that Glitters—V.C. Andrews
  5. Hidden Jewel—V.C. Andrews
  6. Tarnished Gold—V.C Andrews
  7. Dawn—V.C. Andrews
  8. Secrets of the Morning—V.C. Andrews
  9. Twilight’s Child—V.C. Andrews
  10. Midnight Whispers—V.C. Andrews
  11. Darkest Hours—V.C. Andrews
  12. Heaven —V.C. Andrews
  13. Dark Angel—V.C. Andrews
  14. Fallen Hearts—V.C. Andrews
  15. Web of Dreams—V.C. Andrews
  16. Butterfly—V.C. Andrews
  17. Crystal—V.C. Andrews
  18. Raven—V.C. Andrews
  19. Brooke—V.C. Andrews
  20. Melody– V.C. Andrews
  21. Heart Song—V.C. Andrews
  22. Unfinished Symphony—V.C. Andrews
  23. Music in the Night—V.C. Andrews
  24. Bless Me Ultima—Rudolfo Anya
  25. The Handmaid’s Tale—Margaret Atwood
  26. Alias Grace—Margaret Atwood
  27. The Robber Bride—Margaret Atwood
  28. The Blind Assassin—Margaret Atwood
  29. Legacy—Jeanette Baker
  30. Catriona—Jeanette Baker
  31. The Sword and the Falcon—Julie Beard
  32. A Place Where the Sea Remembers—Sandra Benitez
  33. Corelli’s Mandolin—Louis De Bernieres
  34. The Mist of Avalon—Marion Zimmer Bradley
  35. The Da Vinci Code—Dan Brown
  36. Saints and Strangers—Angela Carter
  37. The Bloody Chamber—Angela Carter
  38. A House on Mango Street—Sandra Cisneros
  39. The Anastasia Syndrome—Mary Higgins Clark
  40. The Lost World: Jurassic Park—Michael Crichton
  41. Remembrance —Jude Deveraux
  42. A Knight in Shining Armor –Jude Deveraux
  43. The Duchess—Jude Deveraux
  44. The Heiress—Jude Deveraux
  45. The Conquest—Jude Deveraux
  46. Sweet Liar—Jude Deveraux
  47. Mountain Laurel—Jude Deveraux
  48. The Invitation—Jude Deveraux
  49. Highland Velvet—Jude Deveraux
  50. Wishes—Jude Deveraux
  51. Eternity—Jude Deveraux
  52. Temptation—Jude Deveraux
  53. High Tide—Jude Deveraux
  54. The Maiden—Jude Deveraux
  55. Legend—Jude Deveraux
  56. The Tea RoseJennifer Donnelly
  57. The Winter Rose—Jennifer Donnelly
  58. Like Water for Chocolate—Laura Esquivel
  59. One for the MoneyJanet Evanovich
  60. Two for the DoughJanet Evanovich
  61. Three to Get DeadlyJanet Evanovich
  62. Four to ScoreJanet Evanovich
  63. High Five–Janet Evanovich
  64. Hot SixJanet Evanovich
  65. Seven UpJanet Evanovich
  66. Hard EightJanet Evanovich
  67. To the NinesJanet Evanovich
  68. Ten Big OnesJanet Evanovich
  69. Eleven On TopJanet Evanovich
  70. Twelve Sharp—Janet Evanovich
  71. Lean Mean Thirteen—Janet Evanovich
  72. Fearless FourteenJanet Evanovich
  73. Visions of Sugar Plums—Janet Evanovich
  74. Plum Lovin’ Janet Evanovich
  75. Plum Lucky—Janet Evanovich
  76. White Orlander—Janet Fitch
  77. Austenland—Shannon Hale
  78. Dead Until DarkCharlaine Harris
  79. Living Dead in Dallas—Charlaine Harris
  80. Blackbird HouseAlice Hoffman
  81. The Magician’s Tale —David Hunt
  82. Sophie’s World—Jostein Gaarder
  83. Outlander—Diana Gabaldon
  84. Dragonfly in Amber– Diana Gabaldon
  85. Voyager– Diana Gabaldon
  86. Drums of Autumn– Diana Gabaldon
  87. The Fiery Cross– Diana Gabaldon
  88. A Breath of Snow and Ashes– Diana Gabaldon
  89. The Outlandish Companion– Diana Gabaldon
  90. Ellen Foster —Kaye Gibbons
  91. Memoirs of a Geisha—Arthur Golden
  92. Snow Falling on Ceders —David Guterson
  93. These Old ShadesGeorgette Heyer
  94. High Fidelity—Nick Hornby
  95. A Prayer for Owen Meany—John Irving
  96. We Have Always Lived in the Castle—Shirley Jackson
  97. Annie John—Jamaica Kincaid
  98. Rose Madder—Stephan King
  99. The Shining—Stephan King
  100. Desperation—Stephan King
  101. The Regulators—Stephan King
  102. Carrie—Stephan King
  103. The Poisonwood Bible—Barbra Kingsolver
  104. The Door to December—Dean Koontz
  105. This Is All I Ask —Lynn Kurland
  106. She’s Come Undone—Wally Lamb
  107. Shutter Island—Dennis Lehane
  108. Asylum—Patrick McGrath
  109. Gone South —Robert McCammon
  110. Lost Laysen–Margaret Mitchell
  111. Song of Solomon—Toni Morrison
  112. The Bluest Eye—Toni Morrison
  113. Blonde—Joyce Carol Oates
  114. Rape: A Love Story—Joyce Carol Oates
  115. The English Patient— Michael Odijite
  116. Crocodile on the SandbankElizabeth Peter
  117. The Season of Passage—Christopher Pike
  118. Summer of ’42 —Herman Raucher
  119. The Rapture of Canaan—-Sheri Reynolds
  120. Interview with the Vampire—Anne Rice
  121. Pandora—Anne Rice
  122. Honest Illusion—Nora Roberts
  123. The Reef—Nora Roberts
  124. Sweet Revenge—Nora Roberts
  125. Homeport—Nora Roberts
  126. Sanctuary—Nora Roberts
  127. I, Vampire —-Michael Romkey
  128. Lady Moses—Lucinda Roy
  129. The Loom and Other Stories–-R. A. Sasaki
  130. Malice—Danielle Steele
  131. The Crystal Cave—Mary Stewart
  132. Superstition—R.L. Stine
  133. Perfume: The Story of a Murderer—Patrick Suskind
  134. The Joy Luck Club—Amy Tan
  135. The Kitchen God’s Wife—Amy Tan
  136. Romeo —Elise Title
  137. Fingersmith–Sarah Waters
  138. Forever Amber—Kathleen Winsor

Nonfiction

  1. Fresh Fruits—Shoichi Aoki
  2. The Devil Finds Work—James Baldwin
  3. Mark Twain—An Illustrated Biography—Ken Burns
  4. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens—Sean Covey
  5. Tropical Nature: Life and Death in the Rain Forests of Central and South America—Adrian Forsyth and Ken Miyata
  6. What Not To Wear—Susannah Constantine and Trinny Woodall
  7. What Not To Wear: For Every Occasion— Susannah Constantine and Trinny Woodall
  8. What You Wear Can Change Your Life– Susannah Constantine and Trinny Woodall
  9. The Art of Gormenghast—Estelle Daniel
  10. Awake in the Dark—Roger Ebert
  11. The Great Movies—Roger Ebert
  12. The Great Movies II—Roger Ebert
  13. I Feel Bad About My Neck —-Nora Ephron
  14. Ex Libris—Anne Fadiman
  15. The Diary of Anne Frank Anne Frank
  16. The Autobiography of Malcolm X—as told to Alex Haley
  17. Sex with Kings—Eleanor Herman
  18. On Writing –Stephan King
  19. Into Thin Air—Jon Krakauer
  20. Into the Wild– Jon Krakauer
  21. The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair that Changed America—Erik Larson
  22. A Night to Remember: The Classic Account of the Final Hours of the Titanic—Walter Lord
  23. Elmore Leonard’s 10 Rules to Writing–Elmore Leonard
  24. Teacher Man—Frank McCourt
  25. 1776—David McCullough
  26. Common Sense—Thomas Paine
  27. In the Heart of the Sea—Nathaniel Philbrick
  28. Mayflower—Nathaniel Philbrick
  29. What Jane Austen Ate and Charles Dickens Knew: From Fox Hunting to Whists—The Facts of Daily Life in 19th Century England—-Daniel Pool
  30. Everything I Need to Learn About Being a Girl I Learned From Judy Blume—-Jennifer O’Connell, ed.
  31. The Hot Zone–Richard Preston
  32. Imagined London—Anna Quindlen
  33. What Southern Women Know About Flirting—Ronda Rich
  34. Power in the Blood—David Warren Sabean
  35. Mockingbird: A Portrait of Harper Lee—Charles J. Shields
  36. Manhunt: The 12-Day Chase for Lincoln’s Killer—James L. Swanson
  37. The Opposite of Fate—Amy Tan
  38. Esquires Big Book of Great Writing: More than 70 Years of Celebrated Journalism—Adrienne Miller, ed.
  39. No Plot? No Problem–Chris Baty
  40. Stein on Writing–Sol Stein
  41. 20 Master Plots–Ronald Tobias
  42. Housekeeping vs. the Dirt–Nick Hornby.

Dramatic Plays /Epic Poems

  1. The Inferno—Dante Alighieri
  2. Waiting for Godot—Samuel Beckett
  3. A Raisin in the SunLorraine Hansberry
  4. The Odyssey –Homer
  5. A Doll’s House—Henrik Ibsen
  6. Hedda Gabber — Henrik Ibsen
  7. Peer Gynt– Henrik Ibsen
  8. Nathan the Wise—Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
  9. Collected Stories—Donald Margulies
  10. The Crucible—Arthur Miller
  11. Death of a Salesman—Arthur Miller
  12. Tartuffe—Moliere
  13. The Goblin Market —Christina Rossetti
  14. Amadeus Peter Shaffer
  15. Romeo and Juliet– William Shakespeare
  16. Hamlet —William Shakespeare
  17. Julius Caesar —William Shakespeare
  18. Macbeth —William Shakespeare
  19. Much Ado About Nothing—William Shakespeare
  20. Richard II— William Shakespeare
  21. Richard III—William Shakespeare
  22. The Merchant of Venice —William Shakespeare
  23. Othello —William Shakespeare
  24. Cymbeline —William Shakespeare
  25. The Tempest —William Shakespeare
  26. Titus Andronicus–William Shakespeare
  27. Antony and Cleopatra—William Shakespeare
  28. Doubt: A PlayJohn Patrick Shanley
  29. Oedipus Rex–Sophocles
  30. Antigone– Sophocles
  31. Oedipus at Crolous — Sophocles
  32. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead—Tom Stoppard
  33. Miss Julie –August Strindberg
  34. The Ghost Sonata –August Strindberg
  35. The Importance of Being Earnest—Oscar Wilde
  36. A Streetcar Named Desire—Tennessee Williams
  37. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof—Tennessee Williams
  38. The Glass Menagerie—Tennessee Williams
  39. Sweet Bird of YouthTennessee Williams
  40. The Epic of Gilgamesh—Author Unknown
  41. The Song of Roland—Author Unknown
  42. The Romance of Tristan and Iseult—Author Unknown

Young Adult

  1. Go Ask Alice —Anonymous
  2. Speak–Laurie Halse Anderson
  3. Catalyst—Laurise Halse Anderson
  4. Fever 1793—Laurie Halse Anderson
  5. PromLaurie Halse Anderson
  6. TwistedLaurie Halse Anderson
  7. Doing It—Melvin Burgess
  8. The China Garden –Liz Berry
  9. Forever—Judy Blume
  10. A Great and Terrible Beauty—Libba Bray
  11. Rebel Angels—Libba Bray
  12. The Sweet Far Thing—Libba Bray
  13. The Secret Garden –Frances Hodgson Burnett
  14. The Perks of Being a WallflowerStephen Chbosky
  15. Al Capone Does My ShirtsGennifer Choldenko
  16. Boy—Roald Dahl
  17. Going SoloRoald Dahl
  18. MatildaRoald Dahl
  19. Charlie and the Chocolate Factor—Roald Dahl
  20. James and the Giant Peach—Roald Dahl
  21. The Truth About ForeverSarah Dessen
  22. Just Listen—Sarah Dessen
  23. Dreamland—Sarah Dessen
  24. This Lullaby—Sarah Dessen
  25. Keeping the MoonSarah Dessen
  26. Lock and Key—Sarah Dessen
  27. A Northern LightJennifer Donnelly
  28. The Little Prince—Antoine de Saint-Exuprey
  29. Harriet the SpyLouise Fitzhugh
  30. Johnny Tremain –Esther Forbes
  31. Stardust—Neil Gaiman
  32. CoralineNeil Gaiman
  33. The LuxeAnna Godberson
  34. The Minister’s DaughterJulie Hern
  35. Out of the DustKaren Hesse
  36. When Zachary Beaver Came to TownKimberly Willis Holt
  37. Across Five Aprils —Irene Hunt
  38. 13 Little Blue Envelopes—Maureen Johnson
  39. Girl at Sea—Maureen Johnson
  40. Ophelia—Lisa Klien
  41. Hattie Big SkyKirby Larson
  42. The Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler—-E.L. Konisburg
  43. A Wrinkle in Time—Madeleine L’Engle
  44. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe—C.S Lewis
  45. The Giver –Lois Lowry
  46. Number the Stars –Lois Lowry
  47. Gathering BlueLois Lowry
  48. The Babysitter’s Club: Kristy’s Great Idea—Anne M. Martin
  49. TwilightStephanie Meyer
  50. New MoonStephanie Meyer
  51. Eclipse—Stephanie Meyer
  52. Breaking DawnStephenie Meyer
  53. Anne of Green Gables—L. Maude Montgomery
  54. Fallen Angels—Walter Dean Myers
  55. Bridge to Terabithia—Katherine Paterson
  56. Sweet Valley Series—Francis Pascal
  57. Life as We Knew ItSusan Beth Pfeffer
  58. The Midnight Club —Christopher Pike
  59. The Listeners—Christopher Pike
  60. The Immortal– Christopher Pike
  61. The Amber Spyglass—Philip Pullman
  62. The Ruby in the SmokePhilip Pullman
  63. Where the Red Fern Grows—Wilson Rawls
  64. Witch Child–Celia Rees
  65. Sorceress—Celia Rees
  66. Pirates!—Celia Rees
  67. Harry Potter and the Sorcerrer’s Stone –J.K. Rowling
  68. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets– J.K. Rowling
  69. Harry Potter and the Prisoner from Azkaban –J.K. Rowling
  70. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire—J.K. Rowling
  71. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix—J.K. Rowling
  72. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince –J.K. Rowling
  73. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows –J.K. Rowling
  74. Holes—-Louis Sachar
  75. The Invention of Hugo Cabret—Brian Selznick
  76. Calico Captive—Elizabeth George Spears
  77. The Witch of Blackbird Pond—Elizabeth George Spears
  78. The Egypt GameZilpha Keatley Snyder
  79. Shabanu, Daughter of the Wind—Suzanne Fisher Staples
  80. Havali—Suzanne Fisher Staples
  81. Fear Street Series —R.L. Stine
  82. Goosebumps Series —R.L. Stine
  83. A Certain Slant of LightLaura Whitcomb
  84. Story of a GirlSara Zarr
  85. SweetheartsSara Zarr
  86. I Am the Messenger–Markus Zusak
  87. The Book Thief—Markus Zusak
  88. Fighting Ruben Wolfe—Markus Zusak
  89. Getting the GirlMarkus Zusak
  90. Choose Your Own Goosebumps Series—R.L. Stine
  91. Choose Your Own Adventures—Various authors

26 thoughts on “Books Read

  1. May I ask for a copy of your Jude Devereaux – The Invitation. I am lacking this book in the series. I already have The Invitation (The Matchmakers). Thank you

  2. wow! that’s a lot of books! 🙂
    i hope you dont’ mind me aking for a copy of the conquest by jude devereax. i’d really appreciate it. thanks

  3. hii you have alot of collection. i also hope you dont’ mind me aking for a copy of the conquest by jude devereax. i really really appreciate it. thank you so much

  4. You should read Looking for Alaska, or An Abundance of Katherines. They’re both by John Green, a current young adult author. Looking for Alaska won the Gold Printz Award, and An Abundance of Katherines won the Silver Printz Award. He is also in the process of publishing a new book, Paper Towns, which I think hits bookshelves in October.

  5. Nope, unfortunately, no Tolkein. I’ve read The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, but that’s about the extent of my C.S. Lewis.

    I have trouble getting into fantasy, but then I don’t know how to explain reading Harry Potter. I guess a little fantasy is okay as long as it’s grounded in reality. Generally, I’m not much for hobbits, fairies, make-believe Kingdoms, etc…
    Guess it’s just personal preference.

  6. Hello, I am impressed!

    Is it possible to have a copy of “the maiden” by Jude?

    Many thanks

    J

  7. hello!! nice collection….can I also have a copy of The Maiden by Jude Deveraux? pls….. thanks in advance….. n_n

  8. hello!! nice collection….can I also have a copy of The Maiden by Jude Deveraux? pls….. thanks in advance….. n_n

  9. On your young adult book list it only says The Amber Spyglass. Did you not read the first two of the series?

  10. Kat:
    No, I only read The Amber Spyglass. Since it was way out of order, I had trouble (just a tad) of piecing together what was going on and alas, I never picked up the first two. Maybe one day.

  11. Yes, it can get vey confusing without knowing what was going on before. And if you have the time, I thought the books were definatly worth my time.

  12. Wow, that’s an incredibly detailed list. In 9th grade I started keeping track of all the books I was reading, mostly because I could never remember titles of book I read in the past, but this is really impressive. =) Its really cool how you split everything up into categories.

  13. Hi, I just discovered your site (I have a lot of free time on my hands at work). I love anything with booklists and novel-casting! I have notebooks full of the books I’ve read since 7th grade (I’m 25 now). And if you want to compete for nerd-dom, I tally up my pages at the end of each month. Anyway, if you haven’t, and I’m sure you have, check out Shelfari.com. It’s a great way to keep track of your books! Happy reading!

  14. Wow, if only I were so organized. I tried keeping lists when I was in high school but was always bad about updating. Now I just blog about the books I read and what I thought about them. I haven’t added books I’ve read in the past though. I am trying Shelfari like someone else mentioned. We’ll see how that goes.

  15. wow!impressive!i didn’t look too carefully, but have you read sense and sensibility-jane austen?VERY GOOD BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    im trying to read merchant of venice at the moment-and struggling!
    Rock on!

  16. Hi! Coould you give me a copy of Eternity and Wishes by Jude Deveraux? Please Please!

    Thank you! Thanks so much in advance!

  17. hi, can you please send me a copy of jude deveraux “eternity” on my email… if you dont mind

  18. How did you comprise this list? I was trying to build one yesterday and I just felt like I was missing sooo much of what I read? Is this just the main ones or what you could think of?

  19. Wendy:

    I have a good memory and I’ve been keeping a list since I was 17. Of course, back then, the list was organized according to the school year and summer vacation. This list is not updated. I haven’t added ’08, ’09, and ’10 books.

  20. Hi I’m Casey I I’m in 7th grade I just finished reading the 3 book in the fablehaven books. It was really good I you haven’t read it yet 🙂 I also liked the giver
    Heartlight ( this is my fav book in the world)
    The lovely bones

    Want to read
    Dead until dark
    City of bones
    Savvy
    The next 2 books in fablehaven
    I have a whole list but it got lost lol I will try to find it. Please email me at az4mecbh@hotmail.com

  21. Impressive website – so much information for the connoisseur fiction afficionado.

    p.s. A word of advice based on experience…never lend your books, unless you’re not fussed as to whether you ever see them again.

  22. Have you read “Mara, Daughter of the Nile,” by Eloise Jarvie McGraw ? I highly recommend and think you will love it.

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