2019 Reading Log

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2018 Reading Highlights -- Fiction
2018 Reading Highlights -- Nonfiction 
 
2019 FICTION 
Kate Atkinson
Transcription (audiobook via Libby)

Beryl Bainbridge
The Bottle Factory Outing (ebook via Kindle Store)

Robin Benway
Far from the Tree (ebook via Kindle Store) 
 

Tara Conklin
The Last Romantics (audiobook via Hoopla)

Lucy Foley
The Hunting Party (audiobook via Audible)


Jane Harper
The Lost Man (audiobook via Audible)

Jane Healey
The Saturday Evening Girls Club (audiobook via Audible) 

Brigid Kemmerer
Letters to the Lost (ebook via Kindle Store)

John Kenney
Talk to Me (audiobook via Audible)

Sabina Khan
The Love & Lies of Rukhsana-Ali (audiobook via Hoopla)

Gordon Korman
Restart (paperback)

Elinor Lipman
Good Riddance (library book)

Julia MacDonnell
Mimi Malloy, At Last!  (hardcover)

Emma Mills
This Adventure Ends (ebook via Kindle Store)

Famous in a Small Town (library book)
Foolish Hearts (ebook via Libby)

Fatima Farheen Mirza
A Place for Us (audiobook via Libby)
  
L.M. Montgomery
The Blue Castle* (audiobook via Hoopla)

Yukiko Motoya
The Lonesome Bodybuilder: Stories (ebook via Kindle Store) 

Lucy Parker
Act Like It (ebook via Kindle Store)

A.J. Pearce
Dear Mrs. Bird (audiobook via Libby) 

Louise Penny
Kingdom of the Blind (Chief Inspector Gamache #14, audiobook via Libby)

Rosamunde Pilcher
September (audiobook via Hoopla) 

Andrew Ridker
The Altruists (audiobook via Audible)

Curtis Sittenfeld
Atomic Marriage (audiobook via Audible)

Gregory Blake Smith
The Maze at Windermere (audiobook via Audible)

Donna Tartt
The Secret History (audiobook via Libby) 

Sally Thorne
99 Percent Mine (library book)

Richard Van Camp
The Lesser Blessed (ebook via Kindle Store)

Kathy Wang
Family Trust (audiobook via Libby)
 

2019 MEMOIRS, ESSAYS, and OTHER NON-FICTION
Nancy Stearns Bercaw
Dryland: One Woman's Swim to Sobriety (ebook via Kindle Store)

Elizabeth Berg
Still Happy: Includes "The Book of Homer" (library book)

Bryan Burrough
The Demon Next Door (audiobook via Audible)

Makenzie Campbell
2am Thoughts (library book)

John Carreyrou
Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup (audiobook via Audible) 

Marla Cilley
The CHAOS Cure: Clean Your House and Calm Your Soul in 15 Minutes (library book)

Molly Erdman
Catalog Living at Its Most Absurd: Decorating Takes (Wicker) Balls (library book)


Huda Fahmy
Yes, I'm Hot in This: The Hilarious Truth about Life in a Hijab (library book)

Allison Fallon
Indestructible: Leveraging Your Broken Heart to Become a Force of Love & Change in the World (ebook via Kindle Store)


Neil Gaiman
Art Matters: Because Your Imagination Can Change the World (library book) 

Jessica Chiccehitto Hindman
Sounds Like Titanic (audiobook via Audible) 

Jessica Hopper
Night Moves (library book)

Michelle McNamara
I'll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman' Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer (audiobook via Libby)

Gabrielle Moss
Paperback Crush: The Totally Radical History of '80s and '90s Teen Fiction (library book)

Ben and Erin Napier
Make Something Good Today (library book)

David Sedaris
Me Talk Pretty One Day* (audiobook via Hoopla)
Theft by Finding: Diaries 1977-2002 (audiobook via Libby)

Myquillyn Smith
Cozy Minimalist Home: More Style, Less Stuff  (ebook via Kindle Store) 
 
Grant Snider
The Shape of Ideas: An Illustrated Exploration of Creativity (library book)

Adrian Tomine
Scenes from an Impending Marriage (library book)

Debbie Tung
Book Love (hardcover)

Jen Waite
A Beautiful, Terrible Thing: A Memoir of Marriage and Betrayal (ebook via Kindle Store)
 


 
An (*) indicates a reread.  All ebooks are purchased on sale via the Kindle Store or checked out from the e-offerings of the Elmhurst Public Library.  All audiobooks are from Audible.com or the Elmhurst Public Library's e-offerings (Hoopla and Libby Apps).





1 comment:

  1. Our tastes clearly overlap a lot--thanks so much for this list, which introduced me to a number of titles not on my radar. (And thanks for your kind words about Brothers at Bat, too.)

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