Weird Wednesday: More Than 150 Books!

Weird Wednesday: More Than 150 Books!

  1. Dancing Shoes (Noel Streatfeild)
  2. The Hobbit (JRR Tolkien)
  3. Tithe (Holly Black)
  4. Ironside (“)
  5. Valian (“)
  6. I am the messenger (Markus Zusak)
  7. A Company of Swans (Eva Ibbotson)
  8. The Secret Countess (Eva Ibbotson)
  9. Blood Red, Snow White (Marcus Sedgewick)
  10. Double Cross (Malorie Blackman)
  11. Lament (Maggie Stiefvater)
  12. Ballad (Maggie Steifvater)
  13. Mort (Terry Pratchett)
  14. Equal Rites (” “)
  15. A Little Princess (Frances Hodgesen Burnett)
  16. The Colour of Magic (Terry Pratchett)
  17. The Light Fantastic (” “)
  18. The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy (Douglas Adams)
  19. The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe (” “)
  20. Life, the Universe and Everything (” “)
  21. And Another Thing (Eoin Colfer)
  22. Pretties (Scott Westerfeld)
  23. Specials (Scott Westerfeld)
  24. Soul Music (Terry Pratchett)
  25. Good Omens (Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman)
  26. The Wind Singer (William Nicholson)
  27. So Long and Thanks for all the Fish (Douglas Adams)
  28. Jango (William Nicholson)
  29. The Amulet of Samarkand (Jonathan Stroud)
  30. Going Postal (Terry Pratchett)
  31. Slaves Of The Mastery (William Nicholson)
  32. Firesong (” “)
  33. The Doomspell (Cliff McNish)
  34. The Scent Of Magic (” “)
  35. The Wizard’s Promise (” “)
  36. Children of the Lamp BOOK THREE (can’t remember the title!) (PB Kerr)
  37. Physik (Angie Sage)
  38. The Red Necklace (Sally Gardner)
  39. Sabriel (Garth Nix)
  40. Mostly Harmless (Douglas Adams)
  41. Voyage To Venus (CS Lewis)
  42. That Hideous Strength (” “)
  43. Out Of The Silent Planet (” “)
  44. Here Lies Arthur (Philip Reeve
  45. The Amber Spyglass (Philip Pullman)
  46. The Northern Lights (” “)
  47. Lirael (Garth Nix)
  48. Abhorsen (” “)
  49. The Subtle Knife (Philip Pullman)
  50. Flight Of The Fire Thief (Terry Deary)
  51. The Fire Thief Fights Back (” “)
  52. The Fire Within (Chris d’Lacey)

Books I’ve Read For The First Time (An Impressively Long List):

  1. Ballet Shoes (Noel Streatfeild)
  2. Ballet Shoes for Anna (” “)
  3. The Ring of Solomon (Jonathan Stroud)
  4. The Picture of Dorian Gray (Oscar Wilde)
  5. Paddytum (Tricia Heighway)
  6. The Silver Hand (Stephen Lawhead)
  7. Crocodile Tears (Anthony Horowitz)
  8. The Endless Knot (Stephen Lawhead)
  9. Dracula (Bram Stoker)
  10. An Abundance of Katherines (John Green)
  11. The Luminous Life of Lilly Aphrodite (Beatrice Colin)
  12. Paper Towns (John Green)
  13. The Kiss of Death (Marcus Sedgewick)
  14. Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry (Mildred Taylor)
  15. Charlie Bone and the Castle of Mirrors (Jenny Nimmo)
  16. Charlie Bone and the Hidden King (” “)
  17. Charlie Bone and the Wilderness Wolf (” “)
  18. Looking for Alaska (John Green)
  19. Hester’s Story (Adele Geras)
  20. Love, Stargirl  (Jerry Spinelli)
  21. The Keeper’s Daughter (Some person…)
  22. Charlie Bone and the Shadow of Badlock (Jenny Nimmo)
  23. Charlie Bone and the Red Knight (” “)
  24. The Spell Book of Listen Taylor (Some person…)
  25. Piper (Meg Harper)
  26. Phoenix Triumphant (Cathryn Mullen – okay, so this isn’t a real book. Bite me)
  27. The Mayor of Casterbridge (Thomas Hardy)
  28. My Name Is Mina (David Almond)
  29. The Splendour Falls (Rosemary Clement-Moore)
  30. Tess of the d’Urbervilles (Thomas Hardy)
  31. Troy (Adele Geras)
  32. The Scarlet Pimpernel (Baroness Orkzy)
  33. Small Gods (Terry Pratchett)
  34. The Last Continent (Terry Pratchett)
  35. Mister Monday (Garth Nix)
  36. Grim Tuesday (” “)
  37. Drowned Wednesday (” “)
  38. Sir Thursday (” “)
  39. Where the streets had a name (Some person…)
  40. The Anarchist’s Angel (Somebody Thompson, I think)
  41. The Graveyard Book (Neil Gaiman)
  42. Lady Friday (Garth Nix)
  43. Superior Saturday (” “)
  44. Lord Sunday (” “)
  45. The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas (John Boyne)
  46. Men At Arms (Terry Pratchett)
  47. Lords and Ladies (Terry Pratchett)
  48. Witch Child (Celia Rees? guessing here…)
  49. Shiver (Maggie Stiefvater)
  50. Linger (Maggie Stiefvater)
  51. Children Of The Lamp BOOK FIVE (PB Kerr)
  52. Children Of The Lamp BOOK SIX (PB Kerr)
  53. The Prophet from Ephesus (Caroline Lawrence)
  54. The Man From Pomegranate Street (” “)
  55. Thirteen Reasons Why (Jay Asher)
  56. Solace Of The Road (Siobhan Dowd)
  57. The Silver Blade (Sally Gardner)
  58. A Swift Pure Cry (Siobhan Dowd)
  59. From Witchcraft To Christ (a person)
  60. Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep? (Philip K Dick)
  61. The Time Traveller’s Wife (Audrey Niffeneger)
  62. The Old Man and the Sea (Ernest Hemingway)
  63. Heretic (Sarah Singleton)
  64. Peter (Kate Walker?)
  65. The Poison Garden (Sarah Singleton)
  66. The Island (Sarah Singleton)
  67. Sacrifice (Sarah Singleton)
  68. Across The Nightingale Floor (Lian Hearn)
  69. The Book Of A Thousand Days (some person)
  70. The Midnight Charter (a different person)
  71. Cat Among The Pigeons (Julia Golding)
  72. Den of Thieves (Julia Golding)
  73. Grass for his Pillow (Lian Hearn)
  74. The Supernaturalist (Eoin Colfer)
  75. Fever Crumb (Philip Reeve)
  76. My Sister’s Keeper (Jodi Picoult)
  77. Black Heart Of Jamaica (Julia Golding)
  78. Trick of the Dark (someone)
  79. At The Sign Of The Sugared Plum (Mary Hooper)
  80. The Robber Baron’s Daughter (someone)
  81. A Web Of Air (Philip Reeve)
  82. Scrivener’s Moon (Philip Reeve)
  83. The Fifth Elephant (Terry Pratchett)
  84. Queste (Angie Sage)
  85. Syren (” “)
  86. Before I Die (someone)
  87. Cat o’ Nine Tails (Julia Golding)
  88. Running On The Cracks (someone)
  89. Follow A Shadow (Robert Swindalls)
  90. The Merrybegot (Julie Hearn)
  91. The Angel Factory (i’ll get back to you)
  92. The Ruby In The Smoke (Philip Pullman)
  93. The Shadow In The North (” “)
  94. The Tiger In The Well (” “)
  95. The Tin Princess (” “)
  96. Airman (Eoin Colfer)
  97. Half Moon Investigations (” “)
  98. Misery (Stephen King)
  99. The Fall (Garth Nix)
  100. Castle (Garth Nix)
  101. Child 44 (Tom Rob Smith)
  • I’m currently reading Dragonfly by Julia Golding.
  • I’ve been quite busy recently, so apologies for the lack of posts! Remember you can read my other blog ( if I’m being boring and not managing to post here, blah blah blah, self promo, self promo… while we’re about it, you can also check me out on YouTube with and on Twitter with @delorfinde…
  • Almost finished with my latest novel, yippee! Should be done by tonight/tomorrow. Then I’ve got another, which actually requires research – any good books on Communist Russia, readers, please let me know in the comments!
  • Oh, and talking of Maggie Stiefvater, Forever came out on Tuesday. Must get the library to buy it for me…
  • Other things that came out on Tuesday – Chameleon Circuit’s Still Got Legs, looking forward to my CD arriving! So much better than the first one, guys. Check it out!
  • That’s all.
  • Fare-thee-well!

4 thoughts on “Weird Wednesday: More Than 150 Books!

    1. I keep a list as I go! It’s in the back of my year-planner, on the notes pages. As soon as I finish a book I write it down. However, I’ve often not got it with me hence why some of the books don’t have authors’ names, because I couldn’t remember them. I also sometimes just save my library receipts and then I write down all the books later, if I can’t find the list or whatever!

    1. Yes, there was a lot these last couple of months :) You notice that I read one book by an author, then just carry on for ages with that author. If I read one Terry Pratchett, I’ll be like, “Oh, why don’t I reread Soul Music? How about that one I saw in the library?” and it just goes on from there ;)

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