Thursday, September 9, 2010

Books in 2010

1.Twilight-Stephenie Meyer-Surprising & fun
2.New Moon-Stephenie Meyer-Silly & fun
3.Eclipse-Stephenie Meyer-Exciting & weird
4.Breaking Dawn-Stephenie Meyer-Gross & Renesemee?!
5.A Dirty Job-Christopher Moore-Unique & funny
6.Bloodsucking Fiends-Christopher Moore-Hilarious & Memorable
7.Ring-Koji Suzuki-Strange & eerie
8.World War Z-Max Brooks-Different & gripping
9.Norwegian Wood-Haruki Murakami-Dreamy & retro
10.Molokai-Alan Brennert-Boring & sad
11.The Dolphin People-Torsten Krol-Disgusting & horrible
12.Mathilda Savitch-Victor Lotado-Wantstohaveapoint & doesn't
13.Beatrice and Virgil-Yann Martel-Imaginative & moving
14.Shutter Island-Dennis Lehane-Awesome & thrilling
15.The Boy with the Cuckoo Clock Heart-Mathias Malzieu- Wannabe & artsy
16.Blaze-Stephen King-Touching & suspense
17.Notes on a Scandal-Zoe Heller-Delicious & unrepeatable
18.Insomnia-Stephen King- Mediocre & long
19.The Killer Inside Me-Jim Thompson- Overrated & Slow
20.Veronica-Nicholas Christopher-Don't & bother
21.1984-George Orwell-Scary & realistic
22.Island of the Sequined Love Nun-Christopher Moore-Hilarious & goofy
23.The Wind in the Willows-Kenneth Grahame-Tedious & awful
24.Asleep-Banana Yoshimoto-Relaxing & easy
25.A Stir of Echoes-Richard Matheson-Scary & luring
26.What Dreams May Come-Richard Matheson-Life & changing
27.The Most Dangerous Game-Richard Connell-Fast & fun
28.You Suck: a love story-Christopher Moore-Excellent & unputdownable
29.Bite Me: a love story-Christopher Moore-bestofthe & series
30.The Stupidest Angel-Christopher Moore-Great & zombies
31.Committed-Elizabeth Gilbert-Informative & easy
32.The Princess Bride-William Goldman-Adventure & classic
33.The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo-Stieg Larsson-Boring & ick
34.Fluke-Christopher Moore-Slow & uninteresting
35.Coraline-Neil Gaiman-Scary & fun
36.Thirteen Reasons Why-Jay Asher-Sad & teen
37.Kafka on the Shore-Haruki Murakami-Strange & brilliant
38.Bad Things Happen-Harry Dolan-Murder & Hammet

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