Books Read in 2014

Coraline & Other Stories – Neil Gaiman

The Language of Dying – Sarah Pinborough

All the Birds, Singing – Evie Wyld

Quiet – Susan Cain

Burial Rites – Hannah Kent

The Collector – John Fowles

The End of the Affair – Graham Greene

Lolita – Vladimir Nabokov

HHhH – Laurent Binet

The Detour – Gerbrand Bakker

The Jungle Book – Rudyard Kipling

The Old Man and the Sea – Ernest Hemingway

NW – Zadie Smith

The Shock of the Fall – Nathan Filer

Levels of Life – Julian Barnes

The Professor of Poetry – Grace McCleen

Persuasion – Jane Austen

The Sandman – E. T. A. Hoffmann

The Postman Always Rings Twice – James M. Cain

The Twin – Gerbrand Bakker

The Book Thief – Markus Zusak

Boy, Snow, Bird – Helen Oyeyemi

Brighton Rock – Graham Greene

The Quickening Maze – Adam Foulds

How Green Was My Valley – Richard Llewellyn

The Night Guest – Fiona McFarlane

The Still Point – Amy Sackville

A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing – Eimear McBride

The Hundred Year Old Man who Climbed out of the Window and Disappeared – Jonas Jonasson

Elizabeth is Missing – Emma Healey

Alys, Always – Harriet Lane

Orkney – Amy Sackville

The Cuckoo’s Calling – Robert Galbraith

Harry’s Last Stand – Harry Leslie Smith

The Story: Love – Short stories chosen by Victoria Hislop

Astrid and Veronika – Linda Olsson

He Wants – Alison Moore

Stoner – John Williams

The Goldfinch – Donna Tartt

How to be both – Ali Smith

The Night Circus – Erin Morgenstern

The Luminaries – Eleanor Catton

Before I Go to Sleep – S. J. Watson

The First Person and Other Stories – Ali Smith

My First Wife – Jakob Wassermann

2 thoughts on “Books Read in 2014

  1. It’s great to see some classics on your list! I feel like a lot of people shy away from classics, but they are actually really enjoyable (IMO).
    Happy reading!

  2. Pingback: A Year in Books: 2014 | The Perfectionist Pen

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