Books 2008

Books Read 2008

January 2008

  1. Twilight—Stephanie Meyer
  2. New Moon— Stephanie Meyer
  3. Eclipse—Stephanie Meyer
  4. Everything I Need to Learn About Being a Girl I Learned From Judy Blume—-Jennifer O’Connell, ed.
  5. The Egypt Game—Zilpha Keatley Snyder
  6. Witch Child—Celia Rees
  7. Speak—Laurie Halse Anderson

February 2008

  1. The Book Thief—Markus Zusak
  2. Fever 1793—Laurie Halse Anderson
  3. I Am the Messenger—Markus Zusak
  4. Prom—Laurie Halse Anderson
  5. Cataylst—Laurie Halse Anderson
  6. Blackbird House—Alice Hoffman
  7. Twisted—Laurie Halse Anderson
  8. Pirates!—Celia Rees

March 2008

  1. A Northern Light—Jennifer Donnelly
  2. Sorceress—Celia Rees
  3. A Certain Slant of Light—Laura Whitcomb
  4. Fighting Ruben Wolfe—Markus Zusak
  5. Out of the Dust—Karen Hesse
  6. Gathering Blue—Lois Lowry
  7. One for the Money—Janet Evanovich
  8. Getting the Girl—Markus Zusak
  9. Austenland—Shannon Hale
  10. Two for the Dough—Janet Evanovich

April 2008

  1. Three to Get Deadly—Janet Evanovich
  2. When Zachary Beaver Came to Town—Kimberly Willis Holt
  3. Four to Score—Janet Evanovich
  4. Hattie Big Sky—Kirby Larson
  5. High Five—Janet Evanovich
  6. The Truth About Forever—Sarah Dessen
  7. Hot Six—Janet Evanovich
  8. Seven Up—Janet Evanovich
  9. Al Capone Does My Shirts—Gennifer Choldenko
  10. The Perks of Being a Wallflower—Stephen Chbosky
  11. Hard Eight—Janet Evanovich
  12. To the Nines–Janet Evanovich
  13. Ten Big Ones—Janet Evanovich

May 2008

  1. Eleven On Top—Janet Evanovich
  2. Twelve Sharp—Janet Evanovich
  3. Visions of Sugar Plums—Janet Evanovich
  4. Plum Lovin’ —Janet Evanovich
  5. Just Listen—Sarah Dessen
  6. Lean Mean Thirteen—Janet Evanovich
  7. Plum LuckyJanet Evanovich
  8. Dreamland—Sarah Dessen
  9. This Lullaby—Sarah Dessen
  10. A Great and Terrible Beauty—Libba Bray
  11. Keeping the Moon—Sarah Dessen
  12. Rebel Angels—Libba Bray

June 2008

  1. The Sweet Far Thing—Libba Bray
  2. Going Solo—Roald Dahl
  3. Stardust—Neil Gaiman
  4. The Luxe—Anna Godberson
  5. Life as We Knew It—Susan Beth Pfeffer
  6. The Invention of Hugo Cabret—Brian Selznick

July 2008

  1. Doubt: A Play —John Patrick Shanley
  2. 13 Little Blue Envelopes—Maureen Johnson
  3. Shutter Island—Dennis Lehane
  4. Ophelia—Lisa Klien
  5. Crocodile on the Sandbank—Elizabeth Peter
  6. We Have Always Lived in the Castle—Shirley Jackson
  7. Girl at Sea—Maureen Johnson
  8. Lock and Key—Sarah Dessen

August 2008

  1. The Winter Rose—Jennifer Donnelly
  2. Breaking Dawn—Stephenie Meyer
  3. Matilda—Roald Dahl
  4. The Tea Rose—Jennifer Donnelly
  5. The Bloody Chamber—Angela Carter
  6. Good Masters! Sweet Ladies!—Laura Amy Schlitz

September 2008

  1. Harriet the Spy—Louise Fitzhugh
  2. Coraline—Neil Gaiman
  3. Dead Until Dark—Charlaine Harris

October 2008

  1. Fearless Fourteen—Janet Evanovich
  2. The Ruby in the Smoke—Philip Pullman
  3. Living Dead in Dallas—Charlaine Harris
  4. The Season of Passage—Christopher Pike
  5. Story of a Girl—Sara Zarr

November 2008

  1. Sweethearts—Sara Zarr
  2. The Minister’s Daughter—Julie Hern
  3. Saints and Strangers—Angela Carter

December 2008

  1. Forever Amber—Kathleen Winsor
  2. The Robber Bridegroom—Eudora Welty
  3. Imagined London—Anna Quindlen
  4. Asylum—Patrick McGrath
  5. These Old Shades—Georgette Heyer


5 thoughts on “Books 2008”

  1. Wendy: I liked the first one, Dead Until Dark. Southern Vampires seemed a new spin on a familiar genre. I was not too keen on the second book (Living Dead in Dallas) and that’s about as far as I went with the Sookie Stackhouse series. Usually judging from experience (see the Stephanine Plum series), a series that long has a tendency to jump the shark.

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