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My wishlist:
Ballet books, any kind, any condition, any age group!

Reading at the moment:

Hungerspelen (Suzanne Collins) 18%
Colloquial Spanish of Latin America (Roberto Rodrigues-Saona) 61%
Don Quijote de la Mancha (Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra) 95%
Biology for dummies (R.F. Kratz, D.R. Siegfried) 25%
Dance anatomy 32%
Enchanted forest (Joanne Basford) 7%
Thug kitchen (M. Holloway, M. Davis) 55%
Slayer slang (Michael Adams) 9%
Biology for you (Gareth Williams) 8%
GCSE Mathematics (G. Payne, R. Holt) 1%
Min forsta engelska ordbok (Raben & Sjögren) 12%
Roberta Karlsson och kungen (Viveca Sundvall)* 46%
Grow your own veg (Carol Klein) 11%
How to improve your math skills (Steve Lakin) 48%
Antilexicon (Th. Vostantzoglou) 2%
The annotated Hobbit 10%
A mind for numbers (Barbara Oakley) 18%
GCSE Biology 2%
The origin of species (Charles Darwin) 2%
The wonders of life (Brian Cox) 1%
At home (Bill Bryson) 10%
Schüler Duden (Meyers Lexikonverlag) 2%

What I've read in 2020

Die Herrin vom See (Diane L Paxon)
Grimms Märchen (W & J Grimm)
Bonsai (Christine Nostlinger)
Krabat (Otfried Preussler)
Crooked house (Agatha Christie)*
Minimus (Barbara Bell)
Workrooms (Peter Matthews)
Medical terminology (Pitman Training)
Peter Pan (J.M. Barrie)
How to study effectively - A two month course (National Extension college)
The annotated Alice (Ed. Martin Gardner)
Have spacesuit, will travel (Robert A. Heinlein)
The mature student's study guide (Catherine Dawson)
Little Women (L. M. Alcott)
How to study: A practical guide (Francis Casey)
Basic study skills (Catherine Dawson)

What I've read in 2019

Herding cats (Sarah Andersen)
Cloud Atlas (David Mitchell)
Learn how to study (Derek Rowntree)
Studying at university and college (Suzanne O'Hara)
A monster calls (Patrick Ness)
How to study effectively (Dr Chris Parsons)
How to dunk a donut (Len Fisher)*
Buzan's study skills (Tony Buzan)
A moveable feast (Ernest Hemingway)
A guide to learning independently (L. Marshall, F. Rowland)
The seven deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle (Stuart Turton)
Man's search for meaning (Viktor Frankl)
This is going to hurt (Adam Kay)*
Last time I lied (Riley Sager)
The Irish ballerina (Monica Loughman)
Redwall (Brian Jaques)
Ballet for dummies (S. Speck and E. Cisneros)
Old Possum's book of practical cats (T. S. Elliot)
The outrun (Amy Liptrot)*
Und das war erst der Anfang (Eva Marder)*
The secret agent (Joseph Conrad)
Simon samlar (Christine Nöstlinger)
How to live safely in a science fictional universe (Charles Yu)
Curry (Pat Chapman)*
Oh, dieses Schwedish! (Cornelia & Rüdiger Lohf)
The perfect hamburger (Alexander McCall Smith)
Last exit to Brooklyn (Hubert Selby Jr)

What I've read in 2018
XCites (ed. Georgia De Chamberet)
The hinge factor (Erik Durschmied)*
Seating arrangements (Maggie Shipstead)
The genius of birds (Jennifer Ackermann)
Astonish me (Maggie Shipstead)
ABC for book collectors (J. Carter & N. Barker)
The Radleys (Matt Haig)
How to improve your math skills (Steve Lakin)
Ballet school (Camilla Jessel)
Because of Winn-Dixie (Kate DiCamillo)
The wind in the willows (Kenneth Grahame)
The humans (Matt Haig)
Dancers among us (Jordan Matter)
The core of the sun (Johanna Sinisalo)
Vegan cookbook: Feed your soul, feel the love
How I live now (Meg Rosoff)
Bed (David Whitehouse)*
A woman in your own right (Anne Dickson)
Thursday's child (Sonya Hartnett)*
Into the wild (Jon Krakauer)
Kalle Blomquist (Astrid Lindgren)
You can get arrested for that (Richard Smith)*
Got you back (Jane Fallon)
The Odyssey of Homer (Barbara L. Picard)
The unadulterated cat (T. Pratchett & G. Joliffe)
Awkward situations for men (Danny Wallace)
Dawn of the dumb (Charlie Brooker)*
Screen burn (Charlie Brooker)*
Erdbeben und Vulkane (Rolf Schick)
Xenophobe's guide to the Germans (B. Barkow, S. Zeidenitz)*
Grief is the thing with feathers (Max Porter)*
The observer book of film (D.Boyle, D. Cooke, M. Crook et al.)
Watership Down (Richard Adams)
Harry Potter and the cursed child (Jack Thorne)
MAD Winter 1984 super special number 49 (R.C. Letchford)
Don Quixote (Miguel de Cervantes)*

What I've read in 2017

The vegan pantry (Dunja Gulin)
Handmade birdhouses and feeders (Michele McKee-Orsini)
Drina goes on tour (Jean Estoril)
Lighter than my shadow (Katie Green)
Drina Dances in New York (Jean Estoril)
Keep it vegan (Aine Carlin)
To say nothing of the dog (Connie Willis)
Treasure island (R.L. Stevenson)
Drina Dances in Italy (Jean Estoril)
Easy vegan cooking (Leah Leneman)
Hunger (Knut Hamsun)*
Postcards (Frank Warren)
The owl service (Alan Garner)
Easy vegan (Sue Quinn)
Drina Dances in Exile (Jean Estoril)
Ballet for Drina (Jean Estoril)
Vegan cookbook (Isabel Hood)
Måne (Gunilla Lindbeck)
Gud som haver barnen kär (Mark Levengood)*
American Gods (Neil Gaiman)
Hundraaringen som klev ut fönstret och försvann (easy mode) (Jonas Jonasson)
Mitt liv som hund (Reidan Jonsson)
Adventures in stationery (James Ward)
Textlupe: Die verlorene Ehre der Katharina Blum (U. Meinhof, R. Rach)

What I've read in 2016

Lean for life (Louise Parker)
Island of the blue dolphins (Scott O'Dell)
The pedant in the kitchen (Julian Barnes)
Der Schwarm (Franz Schätzing)*
The Aeneid (Virgil)
Plans for small gardens (Anne-Marie Powell)
Three men in a boat (Jerome K Jerome)
The life-changing magic of tidying (Marie Kondo)
Får pappa komma? (Ake Olofsson)*
The Paleo diet healing bible (Christine Bailey)
The blue bedroom (Rosamunde Pilcher)
Alfabethuset (Jussi Adler-Olsen)*
The secret garden (Frances Hodgson Burnett)
Swallowdale (Arthur Ransome)
Neither here nor there (Bill Bryson)
Skullduggery Pleasant (Derek Landy)
Darkness visible (William Styron)
Agatha Raisin and the potted gardener (MC Beaton)*
The Paleo Diet Cookbook (Loren Cordain)
Jag kan laga alla bilar (Karin Nyman)*
Star trek 9 (James Blish)
African diary (Bill Bryson)
Don't sweat the aubergine (Nicholas Clee)
Reasons to stay alive (Matt Haig)
Consider the lobster (David Foster Wallace)*
Brian's winter (Gary Paulsen)
Lincoln's dreams (Connie Willis)
The school for good and evil (Soman Chainani)
Hatchet (Gary Paulsen)
Das Lachen des Labyrinths (Ulrikka Strandbygaard)
Menschenkind (Toni Morrison)*
Easy Spanish (B. Denne & N. Irving)
At large and at small (Anne Fadiman)
Swallows and Amazons (Arthur Ransome)
Bilgewater (Jane Gardam)*

What I've read in 2015

A walk in the woods (Bill Bryson)
Trolle und Menschen (Selma Lagerlöf)
Milk glass moon (Adriana Trigiani)*
Big Cherry Holler (Adriana Trigiani)*
Big Stone Gap (Adriana Trigiani)*
Chart throb (Ben Elton)
How to boil an egg (Jan Arkless)*
The anatomy of melancholy (Robert Burton)
Den förtollade prinsen (Forlaget Karnan)*
Pettsons och Findus kokbok (Sven Nordqvist)
War and peace (Leo Tolstoy)*
River Cottage fruit everyday (Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall)
Thirteen reasons why (Jay Asher)*
Of human bondage (W. Somerset Maugham)
The origin (Joss Whedon)
Toast (Nigel Slater)*
White Fang (Jack London)
Solar (Ian McEwan)*
Doktor Bjäril (Disney's Wuzzlarna)*
Before I fall (Lauren Oliver)*
Mostly harmless (Douglas Adams)
Jamrach's menagerie (Carol Birch)*
A is for Alibi (Sue Grafton)*
Stir-fry (Star Fire Publishers)*
So long, and thanks for all the fish (Douglas Adams)
Alias Grace (Margaret Atwood)*
Life, the universe and everything (Douglas Adams)
Cryptonomicon (Neal Stephenson)*
The restaurant at the end of the universe (Douglas Adams)
The sign of the four (Ian Edginton)
The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy (Douglas Adams)
The hunger games official illustrated movie companion (Kate Egan)
You can have what you want (Michael Neill)
Anne of Green Gables (L.M. Montgomery)*
No future for you (B. Vaughan, G. Jeanty, J. Whedon)
Remarque: Im Westen nichts Neues (Brian O. Murdoch)
Oscar and Lucinda (Peter Carey)*
Die kalte Stadt (Paul Johnston)

What I've read in 2014

Living in Spain (Peter and Nat MacBride)
Johan (Inger Sandberg)*
Guardians of being (Eckhart Tolle)
Lunchboxes (Annabel Karmel)
Flieder & Flagge (John Berger)
Sweet silver blues (Glen Cook)*
Jennifer Government (Max Barry)
The Sisters brothers (Patrick DeWitt)*
Lost in translation (Eva Hoffman)
A dance with dragons 2: after the feast (George R.R. Martin)
A dance with dragons (George R.R. Martin)
Pacho, el oso (E. Rey, S. Guerra)*
A feast for crows (George R.R. Martin)
A storm of swords: 2 (George R.R. Martin)
The Goddess experience (Gisele Scanlon)*
Wintergirls (Laurie Halse Andersson)*
A storm of swords: 1 (George R.R. Martin)
A clash of kings (George R.R. Martin)
ipod & itunes for dummies (T. Bove & C Rhodes)
Game of thrones (George R.R. Martin)
Granny Torrelli makes soup (Sharon Creech)*
The birth house (Ami McKay)*
Anatomy of running (Philip Striano)
Små djur och stora (Christina Alvner)*
Bring up the bodies (Hilary Mantel)
Run your first marathon (G. Waitz and G. Averbuch)
Wolf Hall (Hilary Mantel)*
Birds (Sally Morgan)
Talking dirty with the queen of clean (Linda Cobb)
Complicity (Ian Banks)*
Monsters of men (Patrick Ness)
The ask and the answer (Patrick Ness)
Budgies as a new pet (Barry Martin)
Let's dance (Lyndon Wainwright)
The Boleyn inheritance (Philippa Gregory)
Caring for your pet budgies (Don Harper)
The Road (Cormack McCarthy)*
The other Boleyn girl (Philippa Gregory)*
365 Random acts of kindness (Danny Wallace)*
The slap (Christos Tsiolkas)*
Kafka on the shore (Haruki Murakami)*
Tartan means trouble (Karen Wallace)*
Snowdrops (A. D. Miller)*
Mistress in training (Edwina Columba)
Schrecklich amüsant - aber in Zukunft ohne mich (David Foster Wallace)*
Galapagos (Kurt Vonnegut)
Other people's rules (Julia Hamilton)*
1,000 Italian recipes (Michele Scicolone)*
Spanish the complete course I (Pimsleur language programmes)
Coraline (Neil Gaiman)

What I've read in 2013

Sta mystika tou valtou (Pinelopi Delta)
Anna Karenina (Leo Tolstoy)
Hyperbole and a half (Allie Brosh)
John dies at the end (David Wong)*
Holy Smoke! Milda Makter! (Johanson & Carlstedt)*
O kalos dimarchos (Andrew Nicoll)
Quick & easy healthy eating (Vincent Square Books)*
Ex libris (Anne Fadiman)
On the black hill (Bruce Chatwin)
The knife of never letting go (Patrick Ness)*
Surfacing (Margaret Atwood)*
First thousand words in Spanish (H. Amery & S. Cartwright)
Early Spring (Tove Ditlevsen)
Spanish for beginners (R. Priddy, N. Irving & M. Gomez)
Science tales (Darryl Cunningham)*
Diary of a wimpy kid - Rodrick rules (Jeff Kinney)*
Short stories in Spanish (John R. King)
Alone in Berlin (Hans Fallada)*
The tiger's wife (Tea Obreht)*
Traveller's Spanish (Elisabeth Smith)
The history of Danish dreams (Peter Hoeg)
Vanity Fair (William Makepeace Thackeray)*
Divided Kingdom (Rupert Thomson)
The Independent on Sunday Spanish phrasebook (Rosa Maria Martin)
A star called Henry (Roddy Doyle)*
How the dead live (Will Self)
Vision (Bobko, Newman, Fox)
Fragile things (Neil Gaiman)*
The O'Sullivan twins (Enid Blyton)
Pure (Andrew Miller)
A prayer for Owen Meany (John Irving)*
Ecuador & the Galapagos islands (St Louis, Burningham, Dowl, Grosberg)
The bridal wreath (Sigrid Undset)
The girl who kicked the hornet's nest (Stieg Larssen)
The marriage plot (Jeffrey Eugenides)*
The girl who played with fire (Stieg Larsson)*
In the courts of power (Helle Stangerup)
The girl with the dragon tattoo (Stieg Larsson)*
The constant princess (Philippa Gregory)*
Blue diary (Alice Hoffman)*
The german language (R. Priebsch & W. E. Collinson)
A life like other people's (Alan Bennett)*
Rebecca - audio casette (Daphne Du Maurier)*
Tomten är vacken (A. Lindgren & K. Crowther)

What I've read in 2012

More blood, more sweat & another cup of tea (Tom Reynolds)
The student's sausage egg and beans cook book (Jane Bamforth)
You are what you eat (Gillian McKeith)
The reading group (Elizabeth Noble)*
Ashes to dust (Yrsa Sigurdardottir)
Collapse: How societies choose to fail or succeed (Jared Diamond)*
Slow cookers for dummies (T. Lacalamita, G. Vance)
Nothing but fear (Knut Romer)
The historian (Elisabeth Kostova)*
Notre-Dame of Paris (Victor Hugo)*
The Serbian Dane (Leif Davidsen)
Attack of the unsinkable rubber ducks (Christopher Brookmyre)*
A widow for one year (John Irving)*
To nisi (Victoria Hislop)
The beast in the jungle (Henry James)*
Icons of England (Bill Bryson, ed.)*
Mockingjay (Suzanne Collins)
Catching fire (Suzanne Collins)
Between a rock and a hard place (Aron Ralston)*
The hunger games (Suzanne Collins)
The scarlet letter (Nathaniel Hawthorne)*
National Music (R. Vaughan Williams)
Where is Joe Merchant? (Jimmy Buffett)*
Little Johnnie and the Naughty Boat People (Christopher Milne)*
Buffy the vampire slayer Omnibus Vol. 6 (Various)
Les miserables, Volume II (Victor Hugo)*
Boiling a frog (Christopher Brookmyre)*
Les miserables, Volume I (Victor Hugo)*

What I've read in 2011:

Barnens första bok (Widerberg/Wedsberg)
206 bones (Kathy Reichs)
Nature girl (Carl Hiaasen)*
A dark enchantment (Roland Vernon)
Goldfish (Raymond Chandler)*
Mein Vater, der Kater (Henry Slesar)
In cold blood (Truman Capote)*
The amber spyglass (Philip Pullman)
How do you want me? (Ruby Wax)*
The subtle knife (Philip Pullman)
Quirkology (Richard Wiseman)
Ready or not (Chris Manby)*
Northern lights (Philip Pullman)
Espresso tales (Alexander McCall Smith)
The concert pianinst (Conrad Williams)*
Stuart, a life backwards (Alexander Masters)
Treasure island (Robert Louis Stevenson)*
Starter for 10 (David Nicholls)*
To kill a mockingbird (Harper Lee)*
Catch-22 (Joseph Heller)
This book will save your life (A. M. Homes)*
Ghost stories (M. R. James)*
White teeth (Zadie Zmith)*
Second glance (Jodi Picoult)*
Love in the time of Cholera (Gabriel Garcia Marquez)*
Hjältebragden (Andrew Garve)
Sitting among the Eskimos (Maggie Graham)*
Liljecronas Heimat (Selma Lagerlöf)
Angela's ashes (Frank McCourt)*
Angels and Demons (Dan Brown)*
The quickie (James Patterson)*
Middlemarch (George Eliot)*

What I've read in 2010:

Die Leiden des jungen Werther (J. W. Goethe)
Is it just me or is everything shit? (S. Lowe & A. McArthur)
Tracks (Robyn Davidson)*
Das Bücherzimmer (Rosemarie Marschner)*
The arctic incident (Eoin Colfer)
The temple of optimism (James Fleming)*
Not the end of the world (Christopher Brookmyre)*
Office 2007 for dummies (Wallace Wang)
Sun and shadow (Ake Edwardson)*
The rose of Sebastopol (Katharine McMahon)
Giving up on ordinary (Isla Denvar)
Madita (Astrid Lindgren)
Country of the blind (Christopher Brookmyre)
Quite ugly one morning (Christopher Brookmyre)
Tess of the D'Urbervilles (Thomas Hardy)*
Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell (Susanna Clarke)*
One hundred years of solitude (Gabriel Garcia Marquez)*
The road to McCarthy (Pete McCarthy)*
The interpretation of murder (Jed Rubenfeld)*
Steps up the chimney (William Corlett)*
Dracula (Bram Stoker)
Sundiver (David Brin)*
Noughtie girls guide to feminism (Ellie Levinson)
The handmaid's tale (Margaret Atwood)
The catcher in the Rye (J D Salinger)*
The time traveller's wife (Audrey Niffenegger)
Oryx and Crake (Margaret Atwood)*
The promise of happiness (Justin Cartwright)*
My mistress's sparrow is dead (ed. Jeffrey Eugenides)
A confederacy of dunces (John K. Toole)
Allotment month by month (Alan Buckingham)
Kill your friends (John Niven)

What I've read in 2009:

Guardian work (Ian Carpenter)
Do bats have bollocks? (J. Butler, B. Vincent)
Portal through time (Alice Henderson)
Spirit walker (Michelle Paver)
Wuthering heights (Emily Bronte)
The apprentice (Alan Sugar)*
Sense and Sensibility (Jane Austen)
Wolf Brother (Michelle Paver)
One hundred and one ways (Mako Yoshikawa)*
Pride and prejudice (Jane Austen)
The toilet of doom (Michael Lawrence)*
Debatable space (Philip Palmer)*
Persuasion (Jane Austen)
Clara (Janice Galloway)*
A treasury of memorable quotations (Rosemary Gray)
A treasury of love poems (Rodney Dale)
Real reads: Emma (Jane Austen)
Real reads: Great expectations (Charles Dickens)
Notes from a big country (Bill Bryson)*
Don't sweat the Aubergine (Nicholas Clee)
Choke (Chuck Palahniuk)*
The blind assassin (Margaret Atwood)
Pillow talk (Freya North)*
The nightingale's silence (Irene Karafylli)
Buffy Omnibus 3 (Joss Whedon et. al.)
Eliska (Von Mechtingen)
Legend of the worst boy in the world (Eoin Colfer)
Blood Sweat and Tea (Tom Reynolds)
Mudbound (Hillary Jordan)
Checkpoint (Timothy Jay Smith)
March dust (Carl Gibeily)
Barney's version (Mordecai Richler)*
The love children (Marilyn French)
The bell (Iris Murdoch)*
The baker's boy (J.V. Jones)*
Bandit queen boogie (Sparkle Hayden)*
[un]comfortably numb (Maureen Maguire)*
Animal Husbandry (Laura Zigman)*
The innocent (Ian McEwan)*
My little red book (Rachel Klauder Nalebuff)
The book of night women (Marlon James)
Sleepwalking (Julie Myerson)*
Ludo and the star horse (Mary Stewart)*
Live bait (P.J. Tracy)*
Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha (Roddy Doyle)
Dear Francesca (Maria Contini)*
Red herrings and white elephants (Albert Jack)*
Die Rampe (Franz Rieger, Alfred Pittertschatscher)
Fup (Jim Dodge)*
Der Richter und sein Henker (Friedrich Duerrenmatt)
The glass books of the dream eaters (G.W.Dahlquist)
Sollte der Fuchs einmal wiederkommen (Rolf Krenzer)
Christine Falls (Benjamin Black)
Never hit a jellyfish with a spade (Guy Browning)
Playing with fire (Gordon Ramsay)*
The children of the new forest (Captain Marryat)
History of Scotland (Colin Baxter)
Acqua alta (Donna Leon)
How to be lost (Amanda Eyre Ward)*
Ruth (Elizabeth Gaskell)

What I've read in 2008:

Darkly dreaming Dexter (Jeff Lindsay)*
Twins (Marcy Dermansky)
The Satires (Juvenal)
Death at La Fenice (Donna Leon)
A dancer's world (Margot Fonteyn)
101 Poems to keep you sane (ed. Daisy Goodwin)*
Popcorn (Ben Elton)
Die schwarze Spinne (Jeremias Gotthelf)
Sex and the city (Candace Bushnell)
Black Venus (Angela Carter)*
Odd one out (Lissa Evans)*
Nineteen minutes (Jodi Picoult)
Sun dog (Monique Roffey)*
Jacquot and the angel (Martin O'Brien)
Grosse Erzählungen (Selma Lagerlöf)
Bilgewater (Jane Gardam)*
Sepulchre (Kate Mosse)
Aus meinen Kindertagen (Selma Lagerlöf)
World's greatest spies and spymasters (Boar & Blundell)
Artemis Fowl (Eoin Colfer)
Local girls (Alice Hoffman)*
Date expectations (Paul Reizin)*
The savage garden (Mark Mills)
These our actors (A. McConnel, D. Koogler)
The book of lost things (John Connolly)
Die Wölfe kommen zurück (Hans Bender)
The OMAC project (G.Rucka, J.Saiz, C.Richards)*
I capture the castle (Dodie Smith)*
Foundation's edge (Isaac Asimov)
The five people you meet in heaven (Mitch Albom)
Sehnsucht nach Sibirien (Per Petterson)
Second Foundation (Isaac Asimov)
Foundation and Empire (Isaac Asimov)
The book thief (Markus Zusak)
Norton anthology vol. I
Foundation (Isaac Asimov)
The unbearable lightness of being (Milan Kundera)*
Edinburgh Castle (Chris Tabraham)
Rasselas (Samuel Johnson)
The picture of Dorian Gray (Oscar Wilde)
Gulliver's Travels (Jonathan Swift)
Sovereign (C.J. Sansom)
Dark Fire (C.J. Sansom)
Dissolution (C.J. Sansom)
Buddha Da (Anne Donovan)*
The Way of the world (William Congreve)
Oroonoko (Aphra Behn)
44 Scotland Street (Alexander McCall Smith)*
The Pilgrim's progress (John Bunyan)
Inside book publishing (Giles Clark)
Zen an the art of motorcycle maintenance (Robert Pirsig)
Waverly Place (Susan Brown Miller)*
Seeds of yesterday (Virginia Andrews)
A season in hell (Jack Higgins)*
Samson Agonistes (John Milton)
Pattern recognition (William Gibson)
Paradise Lost (John Milton)
Die Streunerin (Remo Forlani)
Eats, Shites and Leaves (A. Parody)*
Keep me in mind (Nancy Holder)*
Them: Adventures with extremists (Jon Ronson)*
The Duchess of Malfi (John Webster)

What I've read in 2007:

Volpone (Ben Jonson)
The weight of water (Anita Shreve)*
Holy Sonnets 1,5,7,9,10,13,14,17,18 (John Donne)
Elegies 16,19 (John Donne)
Caedmon's Song(Peter Robinson)*
Am Hang (Markus Werner)*
Epithalamion (Edmund Spenser)
Hero and Leander (Christopher Marlowe)
Dr. Faustus (Christopher Marlowe)
Sonnets 1, 3, 12, 15, 18, 19, 20, 29, 30, 35, 55, 60, 65, 71, 73, 74, 87, 94, 97, 98, 106, 107, 110, 116, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 135, 138, 144, 146 and 147 (William Shakespeare)
The Faerie Queene (Edmund Spenser)
King Lear (William Shakespeare)
Mrs. Kimble (Jennifer Haigh)*
Henry IV (William Shakespeare)
Breaking bounds (William A. Ewing)
Brick Lane (Monica Ali)*
Sport psychology (Stephen J Bull)
Highland dancing (SOBHD)
Harry Potter and the deathly hallows (JK Rowling)
To reign in hell (Steven Brust)*
Colony (Rob Grant)*
Are you Dave Gorman? (Dave Gorman and Danny Wallace)*
Harry Potter and the half blood prince (JK Rowling)
Flying leap (Judy Budnitz)*
Messenger of truth (Jaqueline Winspear)
The travelling hornplayer (Barbara Trapido)*
The crimson petal and the white (Michael Faber)
Captain Corelli's Mandolin (Louis de Bernieres)*
The Poe shadow (Matthew Pearl)
Beware of the bull (Jennifer Morrison)*
The ninth life of Louis Drax (Liz Jensen)*
Vampyre (Tom Holland)*
Blackberry wine (Joanne Harris)
Mr Fox (Barbara Comyns)*
The Wrong Girl (Nick McDowell)*
Reading Lolita in Tehran (Azar Nafisi)*
The summons (John Grisham)
Der Himmel faengt ueber dem Boden an (Thommie Bayer)*
The children of men (P.D. James)*
Bellwether (Connie Willis)*
Spellbound (Jane Green)*
Ella Minnow Pea (Mark Dunn)*
Scaredy Cat (Mark Billingham)*
Harry Potter and the philosopher's stone (J K Rowling)
Harry Potter and the chamber of secrets (J K Rowling)
The Harriers books I and II (Gordon Dickson)*
Norton Anthology Vol. II
Things fall apart (Chinua Achebe)
Endgame (Samuel Beckett)
To room nineteen (Doris Lessing)
Five quarters of the orange (Joanne Harris)
Lucky (Alice Sebold)*
The walking drum (Louis L'Amour)
A room of one's own (Virginia Woolf)
Morte D'arthur (Thomas Malory)
At risk (Patricia Cornwell)
Break no bones (Kathy Reichs)
The Cantebury Tales (Geoffrey Chaucer)
Heart of Darkness (Joseph Conrad)
The importance of being earnest (Oscar Wilde)
On the western circuit (Thomas Hardy)
The man who would be king (Rudyard Kipling)
Mrs Warren's Profession (Bernard Shaw)
Sartor Resartus (Thomas Carlyle)
Frankenstein (Mary W. Shelley)
Don Juan (Lord Byron)
Sir Gawain and the green knight
Piers Plowman (William Langland)

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