Friday, April 17, 2009

Beth's List

Here is my Fill in the gaps list. It is a real mixture of books that I want to read and have been meaning to read that just keep getting put to the bottom of my TBR pile, or books that I feel I should have read, but just lack the motivation for.  

  1. Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe.
  2. Moll Flanders - Daniel Defoe.
  3. Middle March - George Elliot.
  4. The Old Curiosity Shop - Charles Dickens.
  5. Larkrise to Candleford - Flora Thompson.
  6. The Ressurectionist - James Bradley.
  7. Far From the Madding Crowd - Thomas Hardy.
  8. Frankenstien - Mary Shelley.
  9. Journey to the centre of the Earth - Jules Verne.
  10. The Hobbit - J.R.R Tolken.
  11. The Lord of the Rings - J.R.R Tolken.
  12. Priestess of the  White - Trudi Canavan.
  13. The Enchantress of Florance - Salman Rushdie.
  14. Lost in a Good Book - Jasper FForde.
  15. The Eyre Affair - Jasper FForde.
  16. The Liar - Stephen Fry.
  17. The Hippopotomus - Stephen Fry.
  18. Shadowmancer - G.P Taylor
  19. Tersis - G.P Taylor.
  20. A Thousand Splendid Suns - Khaled Hossein.
  21. Sea of Poppies - Amitav Ghosh.
  22. In The Woods - Tana French.
  23. The House at Riverton - Kate Morton.
  24. The Thirteenth Tale - Diane Setterfield.
  25. Northanger Abbey - Jane Austen.
  26. Mansfield Park - Jane Austen.
  27. Persuasion - Jane Austen.
  28. Lady Susan - Jane Austen.
  29. Captin Correlli's Mandolin - Louis de Bernieres.
  30. The Sunday Philosphy Club - Alexander McCall Smith.
  31. The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde.
  32. 20,000 Leagues under the sea - Jules Verne.
  33. Round the world in Eighty Days - Jules Verne.
  34. The Phantom of the Opera - Gasto Leroux.
  35. The Hunchback of Notre-dame - Victor Hugo.
  36. Under the Greenwood Tree - Thomas Hardy.
  37. The Count of Monte Cristo - Alexandre Dumas.
  38. The Pickwick Papers - Charles Dickens.
  39. The Moonstone - Wilkie Collins.
  40. Flowers in the Attic - Virginia Andrews.
  41. Anansi Boys - Neil Gaiman.
  42. American Gods - Neil Gaiman.
  43. The Gargoyle - Andrew Davidson.
  44. Labyrinth - Kate Mosse.
  45. The Interprtation of Murder - Jed Rubenfield.
  46. Little People - Tom Holt.
  47. The Secret Supper - Javier Sierra.
  48. The curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time - Mark Haddon.
  49. Bleak House - Charles Dickens.
  50. War of the Worlds - H.G. Wells.
  51. Jayne Eyre - Charlotte Bronte
  52. Fleshmarket Close - Ian Rankin.
  53. Hide & Seek - Ian Rankin.
  54. Lady Chatterley's Lover - D.H. Lawerence.
  55. Blackberry Wine - Joanne Harris.
  56. Making Money - Terry Pratchett.
  57. The Fifth Elephant - Terry Pratchett.
  58. Virgin earth - Phillippa Gregory.
  59. The Golden Compass - Phillip Pullman.
  60. The Amber Spyglass - Phillip Pullman.
  61. The Subtle Knife - Phillip Pullman.
  62. Life, the universe and everything - Douglas Adams.
  63. Mostly Harmless - Douglas Adams.
  64. The Pirates Daughter - Margerat Cezair-Thompson.
  65. The Historian - Elizabeth Kostova.
  66. The Bell at Sealey Head - Patricia A McKillip.
  67. The Enchanted Chocolate Pot- Patricia C. Wrede.
  68. The Rose of Sebastopol - Katherine McMahon.
  69. The Outcast  - Sadie Jones.
  70. Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - Robert Louis Stevenson.
  71. Coraline - Neil Gaiman.
  72. Neverwhere - Neil Gaiman.
  73. The Darcy Connection - Elizabeth Aston.
  74. The book of lost things - Joesph Connolly.
  75. Witches Abroad - Terry Pratchett.
  76. Wryd Sisters - Terry Pratchett.
  77. Animal Farm - George Orwell.
  78. Austenland - Shannon Hale.
  79. Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte.
  80. The Bone Garden - Tess Gerritson.
  81. The well of lost plots - Jasper FForde.
  82. So long and Thanks for all the fish - Douglas Adams.
  83. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe - C.S Lewis.
  84. Carry On Jeeves - P.G Wodehouse.
  85. Behind the Scenes at the Museum - Kate Atkinson.
  86. Beowulf - Seamus Heaney.
  87. Great Expectations - Charles Dickens.
  88. Atonement - Ian McEwan.
  89. The Canterbury Tales - Geoffery Chaucer.
  90. Brideshead Revisited - Evelyn Waugh.
  91. The Tale of two Cities - Charles Dickens.
  92. The Magicians Nephew - C.S. Lewis.
  93. Runemarks - Joanne Harris.
  94. Sleep, Pale Sister - Joanne Harris.
  95. Ratcatcher - James McGee.
  96. The Shadow in the North - Phillip Pullman.
  97. Little Dorrit - Charles Dickens.
  98. The Great Stink - Clare Clark.
  99. The Nature of Monsters - Clare Clark.
  100. Eragon - Christopher Paolini.

6 comments:

Leslie said...

Great list! You have some books listed that I wound up loving (The Historian, Atonement) and some that I wish I had thought to add to my list.

moonrat said...

oh good!! you have MIDDLEMARCH on their. wanna read it with a group of us over eight weeks starting in May?

Scattie said...

I would love to read MiddleMarch as a member of the group, thank you for asking! Do I need to join the group?

Alyssa said...

Jules Verne! Good shout.

Jen A said...

I have never heard of The Enchanted Chocolate Pot, but now I totally want to read it based on the title alone!! Great list :)

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