Reading List

The Reading List:

Keep in mind that this is in no particular order, and I welcome recommendations, though time constraints (and luggage capacity, in some cases) restrict the amount I’ll actually be able to consume…

 

*A Dance with Dragons (GRR Martin)

*The Difference Engine (William Gibson/Bruce Sterling)

*The Eyes of the Seer (Peter Dawes)

*The Maltese Falcon (Dashiell Hammett)

*Carmilla (Joseph Le Fanu)

*Sonnets from the Crimea (Adam Mickiewicz)

*The Deluge (Henryk Sienkiewicz)

*With Fire and Sword (Henryk Sienkiewicz)

*Psmith, Journalist (PG Wodehouse)

*Morning Star (H. Rider Haggard)

*Soldier Stories (Rudyard Kipling)

*Captains Courageous (Rudyard Kipling)

*A Doll’s House (Henrik Ibsen)

*Walden (Henry David Thoreau)

*Fly by Night (Frances Hardinge)

*Fly Trap (Frances Hardinge)

*A Madness of Angels (Kate Griffin)

*Storm Front (Jim Butcher)

*Sophie’s World (Jostein Gaardner)

*the curious incident of the dog in the night-time (Mark Haddon)

*Aztec Rage (Robert Gleason/Junius Podrug)

*Watership Down (Richard Adams)

*Treasure Island (Robert Louis Stevenson)

*The Beekeeper’s Apprentice (Laurie R. King)

*A Monstrous Regiment of Women (Laurie R. King)

*A Letter of Mary (Laurie R. King)

*The Moor (Laurie R. King)

*O Jerusalem (Laurie R. King)

*Justice Hall (Laurie R. King)

*The Game (Laurie R. King)

*Locked Rooms (Laurie R. King)

*The Language of Bees (Laurie R. King)

*The God of the Hive (Laurie R. King)

*Pirate King (Laurie R. King)

*A Garment of Shadows (Laurie R. King)

*Beekeeping for Beginners (Laurie R. King) 

*The Mysterious Affair at Styles (Agatha Christie)

*The Canterville Ghost (Oscar Wilde)

*Mr Churchill’s Secretary (Susan Macneil)

*Princess Elizabeth’s Spy (Susan Macneil)

*The Father Brown Mysteries (GK Chesterton)

 

Give me more!

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