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Justin's 2008 Reads

What have you read in 2008? Post your list here and update it as you go along! (One thread per member, please.)
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sweetpotatoboy
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Justin's 2008 Reads

Post by sweetpotatoboy » Tue November 4th, 2008, 1:00 pm

I've never really kept track of my reads but this seems a good place to do it, and hopefully next year I'll do it consistently now that I have somewhere for it.

To the best of my memory, these are the books I read this year but I have probably forgotten a few:

Historical fiction:

Wilbur Smith - When the Lion Feeds
Wilbur Smith - The Sound of Thunder
Wilbur Smith - A Sparrow Falls
Wilbur Smith - The Burning Shore
Allan Massie - A Question of Loyalties
Steven Saylor - Roma
Jack Whyte - The Lance Thrower
Jack Whyte - The Eagle
John Stewart - The Centurion: An Historical Novel
Louis L'amour - The Walking Drum
Douglas Carlton Abrams - The Lost Diary of Don Juan
Peter Ackroyd - The Fall of Troy

Other fiction:

Alan Bennett - The Uncommon Reader
Sir Thomas Malory - Le Morte D'Arthur: The Winchester Manuscript
T H White - The Once and Future King
Jonathan Kellerman - When the Bough Breaks
Jonathan Kellerman - Over the Edge
Jonathan Kellerman - Silent Partner
Jonathan Kellerman - Time Bomb
Jonathan Kellerman - Private Eyes
Jonathan Kellerman - Bad Love
Jonathan Kellerman - Self Defense
Jonathan Kellerman - The Web
Jonathan Kellerman - The Clinic

Non-fiction:

Richard Huscroft - Expulsion, England's Jewish Solution: Edward I and the Jews
Jamie Whyte - Bad Thoughts: A Guide to Clear Thinking
Chris Roberts - Heavy Words Lightly Thrown: The Reason Behind the Rhyme
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Carine
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Post by Carine » Tue November 4th, 2008, 6:02 pm

Your reads are very similar to my partner's Justin ! Especially the Wilbur Smith's (he read them all), Jack Whyte, but he read Knights of the Blac & White and he also read all the Jonathan Kellerman's.

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