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Here is a new shiny thread for my reading in 2014.There is no organising of my books into any lists as I think it would scare me into a missing mojo, therefore I will carry on with just noting the books when they are finished.

 

Happy Reading everyone ! :readingtwo:

 

OK, the last book of 2013 that wandered over into 2014.....

 1) Inferno by Dan Brown.

 2) Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

 3) Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare

 4) Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare

 5) Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist

 6) My Fat Mad Teenage Diary by Rae Earl

 7) City Of Bones by Cassandra Clare

 8) City Of Ashes  by Cassandra Clare

 9) City Of Glass  by Cassandra Clare

10) City Of Fallen Angels  by Cassandra Clare

11) City Of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare

12) Sanctum by Sarah Fine

12a) Captive by Sarah Fine

13) Fractured by Sarah Fine

14) Descent Series by SM Reine (7 books)

15) Seasons Of The Moon by SM Reine (4 books)

16) The Cain Chronicles (SOTM) by SM Reine (7 books)

17) The Ascension Series by SM Reine (6 books)

18) The Story Of My Face by Kathy Page

19) The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

20) Looking For Alaska by John Green

21) A Big Hand For The Doctor by Eoin Colfer

22) It Happens In The Dark by Carol O'Connell

23) Neuromancer by William Gibson

24) City Of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare

25) Doctor Who : Tales Of Trenzalore by Various

26) Doctor Who : Summer Falls by Amelia Williams

27) Bone Quill by John & Carole E Barrowman

28) Book Of Beasts by John & Carole E Barrowman

29) Criminal by Karin Slaughter

30) Weird Things Customers Say In Bookshops by Jen Campbell

31) Unseen by Karin Slaughter

32) Magyk by Angie Sage

33) Flyte by Angie Sage

34) Physik by Angie Sage

35) Queste  by Angie Sage

36) Syren  by Angie Sage

37) Darke  by Angie Sage

38) Fyre  by Angie Sage

39) Struck by Joss Stirling

40) The Ocean At The End Of The Lane by Neil Gaiman

41) Sins Of Eden by SM Reine

42) Paper Towns by John Green

43) Witch Hunt by SM Reine

44) Silver Bullet by SM Reine

45) Hotter Than Hell Town by SM Reine

46) Shadow Burns by SM Reine

47) Caged Wolf by SM Reine

48) Chaos by Sarah Fine

48.5) Vigilante by Sarah Fine

49) The immortal Circus by A R Kahler

50) The Immortal Circus Act Two by A R Kahler

51) The Immortal Circus Final Act by A R Kahler

52) Whose Body? by Dorothy L Sayers

53) Clouds Of Witness by Dorothy L Sayers

54) Glass Houses by Rachel Caine

55) Dead Girl's Dance by Rachel Caine

56) Midnight Alley by Rachel Caine

57) Feast Of Fools by Rachel Caine

58) Lord Of Misrule by Rachel Caine

59) Carpe Corpus by Rachel Caine

60) Fade Out by Rachel Caine

61) Kiss Of Death by Rachel Caine

62) Ghost Town by Rachel Caine

63) Bite Club by Rachel Caine

64) Last Breath by Rachel Caine

65) Black Dawn by Rachel Caine

66) Bitter Blood by Rachel Caine

67) Fall Of Night by Rachel Caine

68) Daylighters by Rachel Caine

69) Deadly Wrong by SM Reine

70) Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

71) Michael, Bob & Paula - Everything You Know Is Wrong by Gerry Agar

72) Unnatural Death by Dorothy L Sayers

Edited by Chrissy

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I agree, Chrissy !

 

Same idea for me regarding the lists etc .. much easier to just read and enjoy the book instead of trying to meet a deadline or goal.

 Hope you find some great books and enjoy them this year.

Quality, not Quantity .. :)

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Many thank yous, and many happy reading vibes to you all for 2014.

 

I have a feeling that 2014 is going to be an all round 'good one' so here's hoping! :smile:

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Goodness..you are organised !....May 2014 bring you many hours of reading enjoyment :D

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I hope you have a very fabulous reading year in 2014. I know how naughty your mojo has been for so long... Naughty, naughty mojo! If I ever see it around my corner of the world, I will try my best to manipulate it to get back to you ASAP!

 

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Many happy reading adventures in 2014 Chrissy! Happy new year. :D

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1) Inferno by Dan Brown

 

I know there is a lot of fuss made about the popularity of Dan Brown's books, and I rest on the side of considering them to be enjoyable page turning romps. There are always snippets of knowledge to be gleaned throughout his books, some provable whilst others remain theories, but enjoyable snippets all the same. As always you get carried along by the pace of the story, helped by Dan Brown's descriptive powers.

 

This particular one centres mostly on Florence in Italy, and I have bought this for my Mum, who has stayed in Florence many times, and look forward to hearing what she thinks of his descriptions of the area. Robert Langdon is our main character here, the Harvard dwelling 'Symbologist' who has appeared in a number of the author's previous books.

 

Without giving anything away, a deadly threat has been made, a few know of it and only Robert Langdon can interpret the 'clues' to resolve the situation. If you like Dan Brown, you'll enjoy this. :smile:

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1) Inferno by Dan Brown

 

 

Yay I'm pleased that this one is similar to the other books as I got brought Inferno at Christmas and can't wait to start this :)

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It has all the components that made me enjoy his previous Robert Langdon adventures so much. My husband enjoyed it too, so we have been able to chat about it.

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