Books 2014

  1.  The Rainmaker (John Grisham)
  2. The Prague Cemetery (Umberto Eco)
  3. God is not great (Christopher Hitchens)
  4. The Oracle Glass (Judith Merkle Riley)
  5. Notes from a small island (Bill Bryson)
  6. The Children of Húrin (J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien)
  7. Fahrenheit 451 (Ray Bradbury)
  8. A cautionary tale for young vampires (G.D. Falksen)
  9. Starter for ten (David Nicholls)
  10. The Facts of Life (Graham Joyce)
  11. Soon I will be invincible (Austin Grossman)
  12. I’m a stranger here myself (Bill Bryson)
  13. The Lost Continent (Bill Bryson)
  14. Sand Omnibus (Hugh Howey)
  15. Blood in the skies [Hellfire chronicles] (G.D. Falksen)
  16. The Long Earth (Stephen Baxter, Terry Pratchett)
  17. Infidel (Ayaan Hirsi Ali)
  18. Daughter of Isis: The Autobiography of Nawal El Saadawi
  19. The Long War (Stephen Baxter, Terry Pratchett)
  20. Auferstehung der Toten (Wolf Haas)
  21. Der Knochenmann (Wolf Haas)
  22. Komm, süßer Tod (Wolf Haas)
  23. Silentium! (Wolf Haas)
  24. Wie die Tiere (Wolf Haas)
  25. Das ewige Leben (Wolf Haas)
  26. Avatar: The last airbender  – The Promise
  27. Avatar: The last airbender  – The Search
  28. Fortunately, the milk (Neil Gaiman)
  29. Brennerova (Wolf Haas)
  30. The Long Mars (Stephen Baxter, Terry Pratchett)


Actually I’ve already read the Brenner books years ago. But they are so agreeable that they warranted a re-reading session.

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