Thursday, May 04, 2006

Milestone Number One Reached, Four Days Late

Four days, over the course of four months, doesn’t seem like all that much. Considering I almost gave this goal up when I got my new job, I’m pretty satisfied with the four days.
Here, for your viewing pleasure, is the list of books that I read over the last four months (and four days):

Bloody Sundays - Mike Freeman
A Feast For Crows - George R. R. Martin
The Magician's Nephew - C. S. Lewis
Memories of Ice - Steven Erickson
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe - C. S. Lewis
Song of Susannah - Steven King
The Dark Tower - Steven King
Eragon - Christopher Paolini
Anansi Boys - Neil Gaiman
Shaman's Crossing - Robin Hobb
Queen of Demons - David Drake
The Horse and His Boy - C. S. Lewis
Nighttime Parenting - William Sears
The Subtle Knife - Philip Pullman
The Amber Spyglass - Philip Pullman
Prince Caspian - C. S. Lewis
Jackal of Nar - John Marco

Next, I move on to The Grand Design which is the sequel to Jackal of Nar in John Marco’s “Tyrants and Kings” series.


Shiny Beamer said...

That really is quite impressive!

It took me 2 months to read 4 books. I ended up paying dearly for library charges because I brought them back late! I am such a slow reader but I also have very little time to devote to it. You know what I'm looking forward to? The trip over to Romania because I will be able to have hours and hours of reading time! Funny, eh?

Currently Reading:
At Home in Mitford
by Jan Karon

Anonymous said...

That's a lot of reading!

In your opinion, what was the best (and worst) book from that list?

-Team Sean-

Liam J. said...

I'd have to say that the worst book there was Queen of Demons and the best book would be a toss-up between Memories of Ice, Shaman's Crossing and The Dark Tower with the Pullman books and The Jackal of Nar pulling up closely behind.