Books I read

I aim to read 65 books in 2013. The books on this list are all books that I have access to, mainly in England but some also reside in Norway or in various libraries.

  1. Life Of Pi;
  2. Brave New World;
  3. The Sirens of Titan;
  4. Foundation;
  5. Thoughts Without A Thinker;
  6. The Dispossessed;
  7. The Handmaid’s Tale;
  8. Walden Two;
  9. Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman;
  10. Catch-22;
  11. Madame Bovary;
  12. Into The Wild;
  13. Existentialism & Humanism;
  14. Jane Eyre;
  15. Cloud Atlas;
  16. Carmilla;
  17. Lolita;
  18. The Secret Garden;
  19. Some Anatomies Of Melancholy;
  20. One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest;
  21. On Death And Dying;
  22. Fairy Tales;
  23. Sherlock Holmes (the 9 stories count as 9 separate books, shuttup);
  24. Kundalini;
  25. Day Of The Triffids;
  26. Haunted;
  27. For Whom The Bell Tolls;
  28. Winter’s Bone;
  29. Sofies Verden;
  30. Halvbroren;
  31. Ender’s Game;
  32. The Dice Man

Other books I want to read (suggestions welcome):

  • Mark Twain – Captain Stormfield’s Visit to Heaven (1909, US, 121 p)
  • Tennessee Williams – The Glass Menagerie/Portrait of a Girl in Glass (1943, US)
  • Ernest Hemingway – The Old Man and the Sea (1952, US, 127 p)
  • Richard Adams – Watership Down (1972, UK, 413 p)
  • Jack Kerouac – Big Sur (1962, US, 256 p)
  • Virginia Woolf – To The Lighthouse (1927, UK, 209 p)
  • Karin Fossum – De Gales Hus (1999, Norway)
  • Joanne Greenberg – I Never Promised You A Rose Garden (1964, US, 304 p)
  • Elizabeth Wurtzel – Prozac Nation (1994, US, 384 p)
  • Ingvar Ambjørnsen – 23-salen (1981, Norway)
  • Hunter S. Thompson – Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1971, US, 204 p)
  • Kurt Vonnegut – Cat’s Cradle (1963, US, 304 p)
  • H.G. Wells – The War of the Worlds (1898, UK, 303 p)
  • Mario Vargas Llosa – Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter (1977, Spain, 334 p)
  • José Saramago – Blindness (1995, Portugal, 288 p)
  • Robert McCammon – Boy’s Life (1991, US, 440 p)
  • Philip K. Dick – Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968, US, 210 p)
  • Ray Bradbury – Farenheit 451 (1953, US, 179 p)

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