Confession. Unlike last year, my yearly reading list is, admittedly, somewhat embarrassing. I hate not to report what I have read because there were several great books in there (which I have made bold in my list) but not as many as I would have liked.
I Hope this year contains more books, and more submissions.
- Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – JK Rowling
- The Help – Kathryn Stockett
- Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince – JK Rowling
- I Capture the Castle – Dodie Smith
- Humilitas – John Dickson
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – JK Rowling
- An Extraordinary Education – Trenton Lee Stewart
- The Princess and the Goblin – George MacDonald
- Wonderstruck – Brian Selznick
- Half-Moon Investigations – Eoin Colifer
- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (again I know. This was enough of Harry for a while!)
- A Voyage Long and Strange – Tony Horwitz
- The Magician’s Nephew – CS Lewis
- The New Testament – NIV Translation
- The Emerald Atlas – John Stephens
- A Christmas Carol – Charles Dickens
Cheers, and a happy belated New Year to you all.
5 thoughts on “My Shamefully Small Reading List of 2012”
Reading the whole New Testament is a pretty big deal! That’s where all your reading time went. That and to your kids.
Yes indeed. It was a very busy year. Still, I will probably get over that amount in the next two months or so!
The Princess and the Goblin may be the shortest on the list… but it may have the most spiritual depth. (Besides the NT I mean… ) Good list!
Thanks Dean! George MacDonald has the ability to relay the profound and cause me to scratch my head at the same time. I poked around your page a bit. I’ll have to check out Magnus Kir.
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