Books Read 2014

Books Read: 45 (I had one repeat from a previous year so Goodreads is a bit off)
Pages Read: 12,580

Goodreads Stats

Goodreads Stats

January 2014:

  1. Transatlantic – Colum McCann, 275 pages (Jan 3). REVIEW
  2. This Close – Jessica Francis Kane, 175 pages (Jan 4).
  3. Alice in Tumblr-Land – Tim Manley, 275 pages (Jan 5). REVIEW
  4. Don’t Kiss Me – Lindsay Hunter, 175 pages (Jan 12). REVIEW
  5. Song of Achilles – Madeline Miller, 369 pages (Jan 16). REVIEW
  6. A Constellation of Vital Phenomena – Anthony Marra, 379 pages (Jan 29). REVIEW

February 2014:

  1. The Signature Of All Things – Elizabeth Gilbert, 517 pages (Feb 9). REVIEW
  2. THIS IS NOT AN ACCIDENT – April Wilder, 207 pages (Feb 12). REVIEW
  3. The Woman Warrior | Memoirs Of A Girlhood Among Ghosts – Maxine Hong Kingston, 243 pages (Feb 13). REVIEW
  4. The Bluest Eye – Tony Morrison, 205 pages (Feb 19).
  5. The Spinning Heart – Donal Ryan, 160 pages (Feb 22). REVIEW
  6. Wake – Anna Hope, 304 pages (Feb 24). REVIEW

March 2014:

  1. The Beauty of the Husband: A Fictional Essay in 29 Tangos – Anne Carson, 145 pages (March 7). REVIEW
  2. The Opposite of Loneliness – Marina Keegan, 209 pages (March 17). REVIEW
  3. The Blazing World – Siri Hustvedt, 368 pages (March 24). REVIEW

April 2014:

  1. Every Day Is for the Thief: Fiction – Teju Cole, 176 pages (April 2). REVIEW
  2. All The Birds, Singing – Evie Wyld, 240 pages (April 16). REVIEW
  3. Byrd – Kim Church, 228 pages (April 24). REVIEW
  4. 1000 FEELINGS FOR WHICH THERE ARE NO NAMES – Mario Giordano, 256 pages (April 28). REVIEW

May 2014:

  1. One Hundred Names – Cecelia Ahern, 469 pages (May 3). REVIEW
  2. Nectar in a Sieve – Kamala Markandaya, 140 pages (May 8).  REVIEW
  3. The Orenda – Joseph Boyden, 501 pages (May 28). REVIEW

June 2014:

  1. The Kite Runner – Khaled Hosseini, 371 pages (June 6). REVIEW
  2. Trash – Dorothy Allison, 224 pages (June 18).

July 2014:

  1. The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing – Mira Jacob, 512 pages (July 2). REVIEW
  2. Crow Blue – Adriana Lisboa, 240 pages (July 8). REVIEW
  3. Producing Online News: Digital Skills, Stronger Stories – Ryan Thornburg, 440 pages (July 11).
  4. From the Land of the Moon – Milena Agus, Ann Goldstein (Translator), 108 pages (July 13). REVIEW
  5. Interpreter of Maladies – Jhumpa Lahiri, 198 pages (July 18).
  6. Lucky Us – Amy Bloom, 256 pages (July 25).  REVIEW
  7. All Quiet on the Western Front – Erich Maria Remarque, 296 pages (July 29).
  8. Words And Their Meanings – Kate Bassett, 360 pages (July 31). REVIEW

August 2014:

  1. We Should All Be Feminists – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, 23 pages (August 1). REVIEW
  2. 2 A.M. at The Cat’s Pajamas – Marie Helene-Bertino, 272 pages (August 3). REVIEW
  3. Things Fall Apart – Chinua Achebe, 209 pages (August 10).
  4. Lena Finkle’s Magic Barrel – Anya Ulinich, 361 pages (August 13). REVIEW
  5. The Age of Miracles – Karen Thompson Walker, 294 pages (August 17).

September 2014:

  1. The Round House – Louise Erdrich, 321 pages (Sept 15). REVIEW
  2. The O. Henry Prize Stories 2014 – Laura Furman (Editor), 416 pages (Sept 28). REVIEW

October 2014:

  1. The Princess Bride – William Goldman, 324 pages (Oct 5).

November 2014:

  1. The Look of Love – Sarah Joi, 286 pages (Nov 4). REVIEW
  2. My Favorite Things – Maira Kalman, 160 pages (Nov 17). REVIEW

December 2014:

  1. Lullabies – Lang Leav, 248 pages (Dec 14). REVIEW
  2. Boston Girl – Anita Diamante, 320 pages (Dec 20). REVIEW
  3. Best American Short Stories 2014 – Heidi Pitlor (Jennifer Egan), 325 pages (Dec 30).

Videos I found beautiful on the interwebs this month

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