Reading List ’12

  1. Vindication: A Life of Mary Wollstonecraft Lyndall Gordan
  2. Tree of Smoke  Denis Johnson
  3. Enemy Women  Paulette Jiles
  4. The Corrections  Jonathan Franzen
  5. The Unbearable Lightness of Being Milan Kundera
  6. The Double Helix: A Personal Account of the Discovery of the Structure of DNA  James Watson
  7. Secret Daughter Shilpi Somaya Gowda Completed 7/18/11
  8. The Solitude of Prime Numbers  Paolo Giordano
  9. 22 Britannia Road  Amanda Hodgkinson
  10. The Good Parents  Joan London
  11. Follow Me  Joanna Scott
  12. The Scenic Route Binnie Kirshenbaum
  13. Caleb’s Crossing Geraldine Brooks
  14. Before I Go To Sleep S.J. Watson
  15. Faith Jennifer Haigh
  16. Tabloid City Pete Hamill
  17. The Help Kathryn Stockett Completed 9/5/11
  18. Bending Toward the Sun  Leslie Gilbert-Lurie
  19. Look Me In The Eye: My Life With Asperger’s John Elder Robison Completed 9/12/11
  20. Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln Doris Kearns Goodwin
  21. Lit Mary Karr
  22. A Widow’s Story: A Memoir Joyce Carol Oates
  23. Feminism in Our Time: The Essential Writings, World War II to the Present Miriam Schneir
  24. Women Changing Work, Vol. 112 Patricia W. Lunneborg
  25. A Mother’s Work: How Feminism, the Market, and Policy Shape Family Life Neil Gilbert
  26. Restructuring Gender Relations and Employment: The Decline of the Male Breadwinner Rosemary Crompton
  27. Sentenced to Everyday Life: Feminism and the Housewife Lesley Johnson
  28. New Frontiers in Healthcare Management: MBAs Evolving in the Business of Healthcare Deborah Shlian
  29. Room Emma Donoghue  Completed 9/20/2011
  30. Water for Elephants Sara Grun Completed 9/29/2011
  31. The Almost Moon Alice Sebold Completed 7/23/2011
  32. The Night Bookmobile Audrey Niffenegger
  33. Winter’s Bone Daniel Woodrell
  34. A Secret Kept Tatiana de Rosnay
  35. House Rules Jodi Picoult Completed 10/1/2011
  36. Little Bee Chris Cleave
  37. Incendiary Chris Cleave  Completed 10/27/2011
  38. Hummingbirds Joshua Gaylord

5 thoughts on “Reading List ’12

  1. I love your list. (Quick question – are these your favorite books of all time? Or just what you’ve read recently?) I bet you would like my list as well (maybe that’s something I’ll post this summer?). Although we have different titles, the subjects and the genres are very similar.

    • Neither- These are the ones I want to read and haven’t yet. And I would love to see your reading list. I’m always in the market for a good book, whether fiction or non.

  2. An impressive list. I have just read Room as well and found it so disturbing that afterwards i couldnt stop thinking about it.
    Another book i would suggest is Sister by Rosamund Lupton. x

  3. Excellent list. I will borrow some for mine! Two books you might think about are Widow of the South by Robert Hicks and The Book Thief (awesome but the author’s name has slipped my mind). My list is on if you want to take a look.

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