Jan 3, 2013

staggering list

It's been a while since I compiled a TBR list, so this will be rather long. These are titles I've discovered via the following bloggers, which I now want to read myself someday.

Books found in my public library system:
Lives of the Trees by Diana Wells- Garden Rant
The Underwater Welder by Jeff Lemire- Things Mean a Lot
The Outside Boy by Jeanine Cummins- Opinions of a Wolf
Brain on Fire by Susannah Callahan- Sophisticated Dorkiness
Zeitoun by Dave Eggers - Farm Lane Books Blog
Rabid by Bill Wasik- Things Mean a Lot
Arcadia by Lauren Groff- Farm Lane Books Blog
January First by Michael Schoenfield- At Home with Books and Bermudaonion
Chained by Lynne Kelly- Presenting Lenore
the Mouse and His Child by Russell Hoban- Shelf Love
Heads in Beds by Jacob Tomsky- At Home with Books
Soft Apocalypse by Will McIntosh- Opinions of a Wolf
Breasts : a natural and unnatural history by Florence Williams- Superfast Reader
Chi's Sweet Home by Konami Kanata- Puss Reboots
Book of Mormon Girl by Joanna Brooks- Sophisticated Dorkiness and Bermudaonion
A Country Life by Roy Strong- The Captive Reader
Fools Crow by James Welch- The Lost Entwife
Jane by Robin Maxwell- the Lost Entwife
Giant George by Dave Nasser- Shannon's Book Bag
Why Have Kids? by Jessica Valenti- The Book Lady's Blog
War Horse by Michale Morpurgo- Kyusi Reader
Undress Me in the Temple of Heaven by Susan Gilman- At Home with Books
Comet's Tale by Steven WolfDiary of an Eccentric
the Unexpected Houseplant by Tovah Martin- Commonweeder
Born to Run by Christopher McDougall- Sophisticated Dorkiness
The Light Between Oceans by M.L. Stedman- At Home with Books
The Orchardist by Amanda Coplin- The Lost Entwife
The Longest Way Home by Andrew McCarthy- Bookfoolery and Babble

Books not found there, which will go onto my TBR backlog ...
The Guests of War Trilogy by Kit Pearson- The Captive Reader
Notes from Walnut Tree Farm by Roger Deakin - A Work in Progress
The Dig Tree by Sarah Murgatroyd - Caroline Bookbinder
Raven Girl by Audrey Niffenger- Farm Lane Books Blog
Seasons on the Pacific Coast by Susan Tweit- Beautiful Wildlife Garden
Doppler by Erlend Loe - Jules' Book Reviews
Gypsy Boy by Mikey Walsh- Reading Through Life
The Skin Chairs by Barbara Comyns - A Work in Progress
An African in Greenland by Tété-Michel Kpomassie - Shelf Love
Past the Shallows by Favel Parrett- Iris on Books
More Baths Less Talking by Nick Hornby- Things Mean a Lot
the Roots of My Obsession edited by Thomas Cooper - Garden Rant
A Cat Named Squeeky by Vic Reskovic - Puss Reboots
Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson- Opinions of a Wolf
The Half-Life of Facts by Samuel Arbesman- Things Mean a Lot
the Cow by Beat Sterchi - Farm Lane Books Blog
Settled in the Wild by Susan H. Shetterly- Garden Rant
The Surrounded by D'Arcy McNickle- The Lost Entwife
A Childhood in Scotland by Christian Miller- A Work in Progress
Kissing the Witch by Emma Donoghue- Iris on Books
The Voyage of QV66 by Penelope Lively - Indextrious Reader
We're Flying by Peter Stamm- Shelf Love
The War of the Wives by Tamar Cohen- Farm Lane Books Blog
City Foxes by Susan Tweit-  Beautiful Wildlife Garden
Dies the Fire by S.M. Stirling- Cold Antler Farm
All the Pretty Horses by Cormac McCarthy- The Octogon

6 comments:

bermudaonion said...

That is a staggering list! I hope you find the time to read each of those books.

Sam Sattler said...

Hey, that's not too bad for a reader like you. I'm willing to bet that you'll get through most of these but that the list will be just as long next time you post it. :-)

Literary Feline said...

What a great idea! I love that you linked who recommended the books--that will make it easier to remember later, when you do read the books. Something I always fail to remember.

You've got some great books listed here. One I hope to read this year is The Light Between Oceans. Although, others sound quite good too.

Jackie Bailey said...

That is a great list. I often forget who recommended a specific book so I should probably do something similar. I love the fact that you picked out some books I didn't actually like. I always worry that my slightly negative reviews might put people off so it is good to see you were still drawn to them. Happy reading!

Chris Howard said...

I hate/love when you do these posts :p They always add to my wishlists too!!!

Jeane said...

Bermudaonion- Me, too! Not likely, but I have the hope regardless.

Sam- That's exactly right. It's always like that.

Literary Feline- I always take so long to get around to reading the books, that by the time I've got them in hand I have no recollection of why I wanted to read them in the first place! Thus a little record here.

Jackie- what's your blog? I couldn't find a link back to you...

Chris- just as much as I love/hate your bad bloggers posts! I often add to my lists from those :)