Monday, July 23, 2012

Waiting Book List

As has been all too usual, health issues surprised me again and I still haven't been able to get back to reviews.  But I have kept reading and listening to books.  Sometimes, I even remember to take notes for eventual reviews. :)  I've probably forgotten some, but here is a list of books I remember reading since I wrote my last review.  Hopefully I will get to them before I completely forget my impressions of them!

Books to Review
  1. Anne's House of Dreams:  Anne of Green Gables Series #5 (audio) by L. M. Montgomery
  2. The Golden Compass: His Dark Materials Series #1 (audio) by Phillip Pullman
  3. The Subtle Knife: His Dark Materials Series #2 (audio) by Phillip Pullman
  4. The Amber Spyglass: His Dark Materials Series #3 (audio) by Phillip Pullman
  5. Tailwavers (print book) by Sally Watson
  6. Matched: Matched Trilogy #1 (audio) by Ally Condie
  7. Crossed: Matched Trilogy #2 (audio) by Ally Condie
  8. Emotionally Charged (ebook) by Selina Fenech
  9. The Angry Earth (print book) by Sally Watson
  10. Fated Hearts (ebook) by P.R. Mason (too short for CBR4)
  11. Drippy the Peg Legged Rainbow A Story for Demented Children (ebook) by John H. Carroll. (too short for CBR4)
  12. Gwen's Ghost (ebook) by Alicia Rasley and Lynn Kerstan
  13. Borrower of the Night: Vicky Bliss Series #1 (audio) by Elizabeth Peters
I will try to do better in getting reviews for these!  And of course, the list will keep growing as I continue to read.

Update Oct 14, 2012: More books (in no particular order - and I've probably forgotten some since I got bad at even keeping track)

14.  Lyra's Oxford  (audio)  by Philip Pullman (too short for CBR4)
15.  The Scarecrow and His Servant  (audio)  by Philip Pullman
16.  The Firework-maker's Daughter  (audio) by Philip Pullman
17.  The Night of Four Hundred Rabbits (audio)  by Elizabeth Peters
18.  Devil-May-Care  (audio) by Elizabeth Peters
19.  Tuck Everlasting  (audio) by Natalie Babbitt
20.  True Strength: My Journey from Hercules to Mere Mortal --and How Nearly Dying Saved My Life (audio) by Kevin Sorbo
22.  The War of the Worlds  (audio) by H. G. Wells
23.  United Tates of America  (audio) by Paula Danziger
24.  Dangerously Funny: The Uncensored Story of "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" (audio) by David Bianculli
25.  Classics of Childhood, Volume 2:  Classic Stories and Tales Read by Celebrities (audio)

Update December 19, 2012: More books added to the waiting to be reviewed. Again, not necessarily in the order I read/listened to them.  Just what I can remember 'cause I am not good at keeping lists of this.

26.  Answer Me, Answer Me (audio) by Irene Bennett Brown
27.  The Cat Who Killed Lilian Jackson Braun: A Parody (audio) by Robert Kaplow
28.  Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live,Love, Parent and Lead(print) by BrenĂ© Brown
29.  The Hunger Games: The Hunger Games Series, Book 1 (audio) by Suzanne Collins
30.  Louisa May Alcott: A Personal Biography (audio) by Susan Cheever
31.  Murder is Binding: Booktown Mystery Series, Book 1 (audio) by Lorna Barrett
32.  What I Saw and How I Lied (audio) by Judy Blundell
33.  The Hanged Man: Maps in a Mirror Series, Book 1 (audio) by Orson Scott Card
35.   Sweep Series, Books 1 and 2 (audio) by Cate Tiernan
36-38.  Sweep Series, Books 3-5 (e-book) by Cate Tiernan
39.  The Jackal's Head (audio) by Elizabeth Peters
40.  The Killings at Badger's Drift: Chief Inspector Barnaby Series, Book 1(audio) by Caroline Graham
41.  The Blythes Are Quoted: Anne of Green Gables Series, Book 9 (e-book) by L.M. Montgomery

2 comments:

pyrajane said...

Combine those two short books into one review and it'll totally count for CBR!

I don't think anyone is really doing page counts and will stab you.

Loopyker said...

Thanks! I was thinking I would do that if I get to them before this year is up. Otherwise, I'll just do them for non-CBRIV reviews. :)

There is a 100page limit mentioned in the CBR info. somewhere. Those are well short of that - maybe should be counted as more "short stories" than books, but with audiobooks and ebooks, people don't seem to make those distinctions as much.