Books Read 2015

January:

1. Almost Famous Women – Megan Mayhew Bergman, 256 pages. (Jan 3) REVIEW
2. The First Bad Man – Miranda July, 288 pages. (Jan 10) REVIEW
3. Not That Kind of Girl – Lena Dunham, 262 pages. (Jan 15) REVIEW
4. Stolen Sharpie Revolution: A DIY Zine Resource – Alex Wrekk, 150 pages. (Jan 22) REVIEW
5. Station Eleven – Emily St. John Mandel, 336 pages. (Jan 29) REVIEW

February:

6. Get in Trouble – Kelly Link, 352 pages (Feb 6). REVIEW
7. Bogeywoman – Jamiy Gordon, 288 pages (Feb 25) REVIEW

March:

8. Body Home – Chelsey Clammer, 194 pages (March 6). REVIEW
9. Their Eyes Are Watching God – Zora Neale Hurston, 194 pages (March 15).
10. Nightbird – Alice Hoffman, 208 pages (March 21). REVIEW

April:

11. A Raisin in the Sun – Lorraine Hansberry, 160 pages (April 11).
12. Single, Carefree, Mellow (stories) – Katherine Heiny, 221 pages (April 19).
13. Lila – Marilynne Robinson, 261 pages (April 27). REVIEW
14. Best New Poets (2014) – (Guest Editor) Dorianne Laux and (Series Editor) Jazzy Danziger, 90 pages (April 27). REVIEW

May:

15. Brown Girl Dreaming – Jacqueline Woodson, 337 pages (May 9). REVIEW
16. The Shore – Sara Taylor, 320 pages (May 23). REVIEW

June:

17. Hold Your Own – Kate Tempest, 109 pages (June 5). REVIEW
18. Dating Down – Stefanie Lyons, 336 pages (June 7). REVIEW
19. The Gracekeepers – Kirsty Logan, 320 pages (June 8). REVIEW
20. ‘B’ – Sarah Kay, 48 pages (June 12). REVIEW
21. Serena – Ron Rash, 371 pages (June 19).

July:

22. Music for Wartime: Stories – Rebecca Makkai, 240 pages (July 4). REVIEW
23. Go Set a Watchman – Harper Lee, 183 pages (July 14). REVIEW
24. The Crane Wife – Patrick Ness, 311 pages (July 23).
25. Between the World and Me – Ta-Nehisi Coates, 175 pages (July 28). REVIEW

August:

26. Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town – Jon Krakauer, 367 pages (Aug 1).
27. The Walls Around Us – Nova Ren Suma, 319 pages (Aug 8)
28. The Enchanted – Rene Denfeld, 233 pages (Aug 11) REVIEW
29. Another Day – David Levithan, 300 pages (Aug 15) REVIEW

September:

30. The Little Prince – Antoine de Saint-Exupery, 98 pages (Sept 23).
31. The Book of Ages: Jane Franklin, 387 pages (Sept 29).
32. The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho, 163 pages (Sept 30).

October:

34. Learning to Walk in the Dark – Barbara Brown Taylor, 187 pages (Oct 3). REVIEW
35. Slade House – David Mitchell, 224 pages (Oct 10). REVIEW

November:

36. While Beauty Slept – Elizabeth Blackwell, 432 pages (Nov 2).
37. After Alice – Gregory Maguire, 273 pages (Nov 15). REVIEW
38. Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness – Susannah Calahan, 264 pages (Nov 20).
39. A Wild Swan – Michael Cunningham, 144 pages (Nov 21). REVIEW

December:

40.  A Monster Calls – Patrick Ness, 215 pages (Dec. 1) REVIEW
41. The Clasp – Sloane Crosby, 384 pages (Dec. 2)
42. The Tsar of Love and Techno – Anthony Marra, 352 pages (Dec. 20) REVIEW
43. Knife of Never Letting Go (Chaos Walking #1) – Patrick Ness, 512 pages (Dec. 24). REVIEW
44. No Matter the Wreckage – Sarah Kay, 143 pages (Dec. 26).

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