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Okay, I'm going to be updating this all through the year (I hope...if I remember) so I can keep track of what I've read.

  1. A Hidden Magic - Vivian Vande Velde
  2. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - J.K. Rowling
  3. Sword-Dancer - Jennifer Roberson (a re-read from years ago because she wrote a sequel)
  4. The Dark Hills Divide - Patrick Carman (I have to admit, I wasn't terribly impressed with this. Plot and characterization were too ramshackle.)
  5. Mira, Mirror - Mette Ivie Harrison (interesting - a grim fairy tale)
  6. Sword-Singer - Jennifer Roberson
  7. The Cup of the World - John Dickinson (I highly recommend this; lots of twists)
  8. Huntress - L.J. Smith
  9. Sword-Maker - Jennifer Roberson
  10. Sword-Breaker - Jennifer Roberson (only two more to go in this series)
  11. Sword-Born - Jennifer Roberson
  12. Sword-Sworn - Jennfier Roberson (yay, I finished the series! And a satisfactory ending it was, too.)
  13. The Legend of Nightfall - Mickey Zucker Reichert (rereading this so I can read the sequel. What a good book. I heart Nightfall.)
  14. The Return of Nightfall - Mickey Zucker Reichert (a pretty good sequel, all things told)
  15. Keeping the Moon - Sarah Dessen
  16. Something from the Nightside - Simon R. Green
  17. Agents of Light and Darkness - Simon R. Green
  18. Nightingale's Lament - Simon R. Green
  19. Out of the Silent Planet - C.S. Lewis
  20. The Hedge Knight - George R.R. Martin
  21. Perelandra - C.S. Lewis
  22. Creatures of the Night - Neil Gaiman and Michael Zulli
  23. That Hideous Strength - C.S. Lewis
  24. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - J.K. Rowling
  25. Spindle's End - Robin McKinley
  26. Something Rich and Strange - Patricia A. McKillip
  27. Urban Shaman - C.E. Murphy
  28. What is Goth? - Voltaire
  29. A Child Called It - David Pelzer (what? It's only the most popular book the 10-to-15-year-old set asks me about.)

Date: 2005-01-17 11:53 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Have you read The Fairly Godmother by Mercedes Lackey? Very interesting take on magic and traditional fairy tales. I highly recomend if you haven't.

Date: 2006-04-17 05:58 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Hi, I've been reading the Redemption series (love it by the way) and noticed you had books lists on your side bar. I was curious at what you thought of CS Lewis' Out of the Silent Planet, Perelandra, and That Hideous Strength, and also Neil Gaiman/Michael Zulli's Creatures of the Night. I love the Chronicles of Narnia and what I've read so far of Gaiman's work (Neverwhere, American Gods, Stardust, Good Omens) and was just wondering if I should add those books to my 'to read' list. Thanks for your time.

Date: 2006-07-01 04:22 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
There's a SEQUEL to Nightfall??!!

Oh, I knew I loved you. I have to go update my Amazon wishlist right now...

Date: 2006-07-01 04:39 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
I'm not positive, but I am fairly sure I read Nightfall in the summer or autumn of 1994. I just convinced my husband to read it this past spring. He loved it, too, so now I can get him the sequel and we can both read it.

Hubby is always suspicious of my book suggestions. it is funny, because we really enjoy a lot of the same stuff and i read voraciously. I read some things i know he wouldn't like and I would never suggest those to him. But, he always questions my judgement about what I recommend and then when he finally gets around to it, he loves it. He always delays terribly though.

For instance, he only just read Good Omens the week were on vacation. I read it about 7 or 8 years ago. He never believed me that it was worth it... *sigh*


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