Thursday

Best Books Read in 2009


The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society - Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows
Life of Pi - Yann Martel
The Little Giant of Aberdeen County - Tiffany Baker
Outlander - Diana Gabaldon
The Blue Notebook - James A. Levine
The Forgotten Garden - Kate Morton
Twenty Boy Summer - Sarah Ockler
If I Stay - Gayle Forman
Wintergirls - Laurie Halse Anderson
Speak - Laurie Halse Anderson

Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist - Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
The School of Essential Ingredients - Erica Bauermeister
Shiver - Maggie Stiefvater
The Chosen One - Carol Lynch Williams
How it Ends - Laura Wiess
Labor Day - Joyce Maynard
Willow - Julia Hoban
The Hunger Games - Suzanne Collins
Catching Fire - Suzanne Collins
A Certain Slant of Light - Laura Whitcomb
The Everafter - Amy Huntley

13 comments:

Dar said...

You've got some great books on your list! Happy New Year to you and your family! All the best to you in 2010!

Caitie F said...

I loved Life of Pi...I think I read it last year. I have been waiting on If I Stay because it keeps getting second place for my book club, I may just have to break down and read it on my own!

miss cindy :) said...

great list of books :)

Diane said...

OMG...did I write this list? So many of these titles were favorite reads of mine as well, if not this year then in years past.

Guernsey Potato Peel...
Life of Pi
Little Giant
Blue Note Book
Chosen One
Labor Day

Happy New Year and Happy Reading in 2010

Ryan G said...

Great list of books, I still have to get to the Collins books.

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Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

Fab list! I love this picture! Happy New Year doll :0)

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Great list!! Love the picture at the top of the page!

Bookalicious said...

Ooh, quite a few of those books are my 5/5 raters too:
Guernsey
The Forgotten Garden
Wintergirls

And I still have to read Willow and The Everafter. Considering The Hunger Games too since everyone is reeeally praising the series, but I'm not sure ...

All in all, great picks!

celi.a said...

Great list! The ones I've read were good, and now I have several more to add to the TBR mountain. Hope you have a happy (and reading-filled) 2010!

Charleydog said...

I have several of those books in my library but have not read them yet. I have become stuck on stories about the settlers on the Canadian prairies. I am currently reading a book written in 1942 - and loving it.

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Michelle said...

Several of these books are in my TBR pile (which I'm hoping to put a dent in starting in 2010). I'm looking forward to getting the chance (hopefully) to reading them!

kanishk said...

I may just have to break down and read it on my own

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