Reading List!

okay, I am challenging myself to read 50 books this year.
last year I challenged to read 35 books and ended up bit more from my target.
so I think this year I'm challenging myself harder.

but so far I only got 21 books.
if anyone want to share a good book that you have read, and recommend me to read such a good book. please kindly to put on the comment bellow,
my fave genre are.. mostly I like fiction, a book about life, a really good story that makes me cry when I finished it, I like fantasy, the young adult book, a children literature.

here's my list so far:

1.The silver Linings playbook - Matthew Quick
2.The Time Keeper - Mitch Albom
3.Elsewhere - Gabrielle Zevin
4.Adverbs - Daniel Handler
5.Watch Your Mouth - Daniel Handler
6.This is How you Lose Her - Junot Diaz
7.Adaption - Malinda Lo
8. One Day - David Nicholls
9. Forgotten - Catherine McKenzie
10.Bittersweet - Sarah Ockler
11. Every Last one - Anna Quindlen
12. Mr Penumbra's 24 Hours Bookstore - Robin Sloan
13.Penelope - Rebecca Harrington
14. The give - Lois Lowry
15. Gathering Blue - Lois Lowry
16. The realm of possibility - David Levithan
17. Suicide Notes - Michael Thomas
18. The colour of tea - Hannah Tunnicliffe
19. One moment - Kristina McBride
20. Between Shade of Gray - Ruta Sepetys
21. Bliss - Katherine Littlewood





 
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4 Responses Jan 7, 2013

yeps
the Immortals of Meluha,
Shiva trilogy
you will love it, it is a trilogy and awesome

I will look for them, thank you :)

Whoa, saw your reading list, it is awesome:)

thank you, you wanna recommend me some? :)

If you like a story that makes you cry when you finished, you absolutely have to read Kathryn Erskine's "Mockingbird", a winner of the National Book Award.

thank you, I will add it to my list :)

From your description of the genre you like our tastes are similar.I used to love reading books when I was younger but somehow lost the habit. But back then there were many classic novels that I loved. The Charles Dickens novels for example. The ending of A Tale of Two Cities will make you cry. You probably already read most of the classics but in case not I thought it worth mentioning Wish you best of luck with your challenge

thank you, Dickens's books that I had read were only Oliver Twist and Christmas Carol, and they are really good story, I will noted this one then :D