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Tabehpet

From Finchampstead, Berkshire United Kingdom

Age 44

Joined Thursday, April 28, 2005

Home page www.peat.me.uk

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Please let me know if anything on this list interests you - I'll be happy to point you in the right direction!

For a more comprehensive reading list, visit my reading diary page.


Reading Diary 2005


January
'A Classic Christmas Crime' by various authors - edited by Tim Heald (7/10)
'Monkey Beach' by Eden Robinson (10/10)
'The Amulet of Samarkand' by Jonathon Stroud (9/10)

March
'A War in Words: The First World War in Diaries and Letters' edited by Svetlana Palmer and Sarah Willis (9/10)
'The Da Vinci Code' by Dan Brown (4/10)
'Doctor Illuminatus' by Martin Booth
(8/10)

April
'Gallows Thief' by Bernard Cornwell (8/10) Visit the website!
'Jigs and Reels' by Joanne Harris (7/10)
'City of Beasts' by Isabelle Allende (8/10) Visit the website!

May
'Morality for Beautiful Girls' by Alexander McCall Smith (7/10) Visit the website!
'Silk' by Alessandro Baricco (9/10)
'Time Out of Joint' by Philip K Dick
(8/10)

June
'The Virgin's Lover' by Phillippa Gregory (8/10) Visit the website!
'The Magician's Guild' by Trudi Canavan (9/10) Visit the website!
'The Novice' by Trudi Canavan (9/10)
'The High Lord' by Trudi Canavan (9/10)
'The Five People You Meet In Heaven' by Mitch Albom (9/10)
'Wilde' by Jonathon Fryer (8/10)
'The World's Wife' by Carol Ann Duffy (8/10)
'A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian' by Marina Lewycka (9/10)
'The Scarecrow and His Servant' by Phillip Pullman
(7/10)

July
'Mister Monday' by Garth Nix (8/10)
'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince' by J.K. Rowling
(8/10)

August
'The Subtle Serpent' by Peter Tremayne (8/10)
'The Big Over Easy' by Jasper Fforde (10/10) I blogged this! Visit the website!
'The Eyre Affair' by Jasper Fforde (9/10) Visit the website!
'Wuthering Heights' by Emily Bronte (7/10)

September
'The Athenian Murders' by Jose Carlos Somoza (7/10)
'Ramses: The Temple of a Million Years' by Christian Jacq (7/10)
'Grass for His Pillow' by Lian Hearn (8/10)
'The Wolves in the Walls' by Neil Gaiman (10/10) Visit the website!
'Heartbeat' by Sharon Creech (10/10)
'True History of the Kelly Gang' by Peter Carey (8/10)

October
'Eve Green' by Susan Fletcher (9/10)
'Portrait in Sepia' by Isabelle Allende (8/10) Visit the website!
'Animal Farm' by George Orwell (9/10)
'The Well of Lost Plots' by Jasper Fforde (9/10) Visit the website!
'Slaves and Obsession' by Anne Perry (9/10)
'Eats, Shoots and Leaves' by Lynn Truss (10/10)
'Absolution by Murder' by Peter Tremayne (9/10)

November
'The Jade Peony' by Wayson Choy (10/10) I blogged this!
'Quarantine' by Jim Crace (6/10)
'The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray' by Chris Wooding (8/10) Visit the website!

December
'44 Scotland Street' by Alexander McCall Smith (8/10) Visit the website!
'Bloodline' by Malcolm Rose (8/10) - good book for teenage boys! Visit the website!
'Clone' by Malcolm Rose (8/10)
'Guess Who's Coming for Dinner?' by J. Kelly and C. Tincknell
(8/10) - This book made the Greenaway Award Shortlist
'Airborn' by Kenneth Oppel
(9/10) Visit the website! - This book won the Governor General's Literary Award for Children's Text
'Three-Legged Horse' by Cheng Ch'ing Wen
(9/10) I blogged this! - This book won the Kiriyama Pacific Rim Book Prize
'Anansi Boys' by Neil Gaiman
(10/10)


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Book Ratings from Scism

10: Excellent, at the top of its category. This book has impacted me deeply, challenged me profoundly, or has simply been a pure delight to read
9: Great book - just a nitpick stands between it and a 10
8: Good, solid book that I would recommend to others
7: Good book, but it didn't grab me in a big way
6: Decent, but not my type of book
5: Maybe somebody else would like this. I didn't
4: Only OK. Barely worth reading. The line between taking it and leaving it is very thin
2-3: Has major problems. I don't recommend it
1: It's hard to imagine anyone liking this book
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