Books of 2015

I enjoy reading. I keep a list. Sometimes I share my feelings on LibraryThing.
Previous Lists: 2014201320122011201020092008

  1. All the Light We Cannot See – Anthony Doer
  2. Germinal – Émile Zola
  3. Cocaine Blues – Kerry Greenwood
  4. Flying Too High – Kerry Greenwood
  5. Murder on the Ballarat Train – Kerry Greenwood
  6. Hausfrau – Jill Alexander Essbaum
  7. Clariel – Garth Nix
  8. The Shadow Cabinet – Maureen Johnson
  9. Get in Trouble – Kelly Link
  10. Broken Monsters – Lauren Beukes
  11. Two Serious Ladies – Jane Bowles
  12. Landline – Rainbow Rowell
  13. Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932 – Francine Prose
  14. Les Belles Soeurs – Michel Tremblay
  15. The Girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins
  16. The Fat Woman Next Door Is Pregnant – Michel Tremblay
  17. The Wee Free Men – Terry Pratchett
  18. The Dream Lover: A Novel of George Sand – Elizabeth Berg
  19. The Shepherd’s Life: A People’s History of The Lake District – James Rebanks
  20. The Dinner – Herman Koch
  21. In the Unlikely Event – Judy Blume
  22. The Blind Assassin – Margaret Atwood
  23. Saga, Volume 4 – Brian K. Vaughan
  24. Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances – Neil Gaiman
  25. The Middlesteins – Jami Attenberg
  26. The Art of Asking – Amanda Palmer
  27. How to Build a Girl – Caitlin Moran
  28. Death at Victoria Dock – Kerry Greenwood
  29. Nimona – Noelle Stevenson
  30. Nemesis – Agatha Christie
  31. A Murder is Announced – Agatha Christie
  32. An Everlasting Meal – Tamar Adler
  33. No Angel – Penny Vincenzi
  34. The Partly Cloudy Patriot – Sarah Vowell
  35. The Fifth Season – NK Jemisin
  36. Candide – Voltaire
  37. Maya’s Notebook – Isabel Allende
  38. The Martian – Andy Weir
  39. Lair of Dreams – Libba Bray
  40. In the Shadow of Blackbirds – Cat Winters
  41. Welcome to Nightvale- Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor
  42. The Years of Rice and Salt – Kim Stanley Robinson
  43. Le Petit Prince – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (en français!)
  44. L’Homme Montagne – Séverin Gauthier (en français!)
  45. The Tiger Who Would Be King – James Thurber

I didn’t meet my goal of 52. I did have the following adventures:

17 – Speculative Fiction / Fantasy / SciFi
8 – Straight up contemporary fiction, not genre (who knew?)
7 – Young Adult & Children’s Books (helped by French story books)
7 – Mysteries (they can be so rewarding when you are down)
5 – Historical
5 – Set in France
5 – In translation (not all from French!)
4 – “Classics”
4 – Nonfiction
4 – Graphic novels
2 – Short story collections
2 – In french