Books Read in 2009

  1. Alanna: The First Adventure: Song of the Lioness #1 (Tamora Pierce)
  2. In The Hand of the Goddess: Song of the Lioness #2 (Tamora Pierce)
  3. The Woman Who Rides Like a Man: Song of the Lioness #3 (Tamora Pierce)
  4. Lioness Rampant: Song of the Lioness #4 (Tamora Pierce)
  5. Twilight Fall: Darkyn #6 (Lynn Viehl)
  6. Stay The Night: Darkyn #7 (Lynn Viehl)
  7. Start of Darkness: OOTS # -1 (Rich Burlew)
  8. One Good Knight: 500 Kingdoms #2 (Mercedes Lackey)
  9. Knitting For Good (Betsy Greer)
  10. Sister of the Dead: Noble Dead #3 (Barb & JC Hendee)
  11. The Grand Tour: Letter Game #2 (Patricia C. Wrede & Caroline Stevermer)
  12. The Mislaid Magician: Letter Game #3 (Patricia C. Wrede & Caroline Stevermer)
  13. The Snow Queen: 500 Kingdoms #4 (Mercedes Lackey)
  14. In the Blood: Nightkind #2 (Adrian Phoenix)
  15. The Unwilling Warlord (Lawrence Watt-Evans)
  16. Agatha Heterodyne and the Clockwork Princess: Girl Genius #5 (Phil & Kaja Foglio)
  17. Horsemaster (Marilyn Singer)
  18. Queen of Dragons: Drákon #3 (Shana Abé)
  19. The Black Swan (Mercedes Lackey)
  20. The Lark and the Wren: Bardic Voices #1 (Mercedes Lackey)
  21. The Stepsister Scheme: Princess #1 (Jim C. Hines)
  22. Hidden: Northern Waste #2 (Eve Kenin)
  23. Four and Twenty Nightingales: Bardic Voices #4 (Mercedes Lackey)
  24. Over Sea, Under Stone: Dark is Rising #1 (Susan Cooper)
  25. Guys & Dolls: Short Stories of Damon Runyon (Damon Runyon)
  26. The Dark is Rising: Dark is Rising #2 (Susan Cooper)
  27. Greenwitch: Dark is Rising #3 (Susan Cooper)
  28. The Grey King: Dark is Rising #4 (Susan Cooper)
  29. Silver on the Tree: Dark is Rising #5 (Susan Cooper)
  30. The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe: Narnia #1 (CS Lewis) †
  31. The Robin and the Kestrel: Bardic Voices #2 (Mercedes Lackey)
  32. Prince Caspian: Narnia #2 (CS Lewis) †
  33. The Eagle and the Nightingale: Bardic Voices #3 (Mercedes Lackey)
  34. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader: Narnia #3 (CS Lewis) †
  35. Tekgrrl: EHJ #2 (AL Menden)
  36. Any Given Doomsday: Phoenix #1 (Lori Handeland)
  37. The Silver Chair: Narnia #4 (CS Lewis) †
  38. The Reckoning: Darkest Powers #3 (Kelley Armstrong)
  39. A Horse and His Boy: Narnia #5 (CS Lewis) †
  40. The Awakening: Darkest Powers #2 (Kelley Armstrong)
  41. The Magician’s Nephew: Narnia #6 (CS Lewis) †
  42. The Last Battle: Narnia #7 (CS Lewis) †
  43. Steampunk (anthology)
  44. Harry Potter #1 (JK Rowling)
  45. Harry Potter #2 (JK Rowling)
  46. Harry Potter #3 (JK Rowling)
  47. Harry Potter #4 (JK Rowling)
  48. Harry Potter #5 (JK Rowling)
  49. Harry Potter #6 (JK Rowling)
  50. Harry Potter #7 (JK Rowling)
  51. The Iron Hunt (Marjorie M. Liu)
  52. The Martian Chronicles (Ray Bradbury)
  53. I, Robot (Isaac Asimov)
  54. 2001 (Arthur C. Clarke)
  55. Desire Unchained: Demonica #2 (Larissa Ione)
  56. Things I Learned From Knitting (Stephanie Pearl-McPhee)
  57. Tekgrrl: EHJ #2 (AJ Menden)
  58. Phenomenal Girl 5: EHJ #1 (AJ Menden)
  59. Twist (Colby Hodge)
  60. Through the Veil (Shiloh Walker)
  61. Princess of the Midnight Ball: Princesses of Westfalin #1 (Jessica Day George)
  62. Moongazer (Marianne Mancusi)
  63. Phoenix & Ashes: Elemental Masters #3 (Mercedes Lackey)
  64. The Mirror Prince (Violette Malan)
  65. Passion Unleashed: Demonica #3 (Larissa Ione)
  66. Slave to Sensation: Psy-Changeling #1 (Nalini Singh)
  67. Traitor to the Blood: Noble Dead #4 (Barb & JC Hendee)
  68. Rebel Fay: Noble Dead #5 (Barb & JC Hendee)
  69. Industrial Magic: Otherworld #4 (Kelley Armstrong)
  70. Visions of Heat: Psy-Changeling #2 (Nalini Singh)
  71. No Humans Involved: Otherworld #7 (Kelley Armstrong)
  72. Hunting the Hunter: Hunters #7 (Shiloh Walker)
  73. Shadowlight: Kyndred #1 (Lynn Viehl)
  74. St. Vidicon to the Rescue (Christopher Stasheff)


† audiobook

Ones that are struck-through were unfinished, and the ones that are underlined were re-reads. (And because a book is struck-through doesn’t necessarily mean that I didn’t like it. It could be that it was a library book and was due, or that I wasn’t in the mood for that style of book, or any number of reasons. I just didn’t finish it.)


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