2007: The year in books.

I read 39 books this year, though they’re not listed in any particular order. Standouts for the year were Soon I Will Be Invincible, by Austin Grossman and Lisey’s Story by Stephen King.

  • The Little Blue Book of Rose Stories, by Peter Straub
  • Shards of Honor, by Lois McMaster Bujold
  • Fragile Things, by Neil Gaiman
  • Reap the Wild Wind, by Julie Czerneda
  • The Aeneid, by Virgil
  • The Language of the Night Essays on Fantasy and Science Fiction, by Ursula K Le Guin, Susan Wood
  • The Brief History of the Dead, by Kevin Brokmeier
  • The Precipice, by Ben Bova
  • The Iliad, by Homer
  • Beowulf: A New Verse Translation, by Seamus Heaney (translator)
  • 1776, by David McCullough
  • A Long Way Down, by Nick Hornby
  • Breakpoint, by Richard A. Clarke
  • Cell, by Stephen King
  • Children of Dune, by Frank Herbert
  • Cloud of Sparrows, by Takashi Matsuoka
  • For Whom the Bell Tolls, by Ernest Hemmingway
  • Forever Odd, by Dean Koontz
  • Freakanomics, by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
  • Goblin Quest, by Jim C. Hines
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, by J.K. Rowling
  • Lankhmar book 1: Swords and Deviltry, by Fritz Leiber
  • Lisey’s Story, by Stephen King
  • Lost in a Good Book, by Jasper Fforde
  • Nineteen Eighty Four, by George Orwell
  • Odd Thomas, by Dean Koontz
  • Reinventing Comics, by Scott McCloud
  • Sailing Time’s Ocean, by Terrence M. Green
  • Salem’s Lot, by Stephen King
  • Soon I will be Invincible, by Austin Grossman
  • The 9/11 Report: A Graphic Adaptation, by Jacobson & Colon
  • The Dark Tower 4: Wizard and Glass, by Stephen King
  • The Dark Tower 5: Wolves of the Calla, by Stephen King
  • The Dark Tower 6: Song of Susannah, by Stephen King
  • The Dark Tower 7: The Dark Tower, by Stephen King
  • The Foreign Correspondent, by Alan Furst
  • The Ghost Brigades, by John Scalzi
  • The Name of the Rose, by Umberto Eco
  • Under Cover of Darkness, by Julie E. Czerneda and Jana Paniccia eds.

1 thought on “2007: The year in books.”

  1. A nice biblio to show for the year, of the ‘read’ variety.

    Welcome to the new year. Every day is the first day of the rest of it, screw that January 1st garbage!


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