Index to the books I have read

To make it easier to see whether I liked the book you are interested to read or not, I’ve decided to make an index to the books that I have read so far.

I’m going to add books to the index and categorize them in alphabetical order by Author as I read along.

Hope it’s helpful!

(Alphabetical Order by Author)

A

C.H. Admirand: A Wedding in Apple Grove
Rachael Anderson: Prejudice Meets Pride
Jeffery Archer: Kane & Abel
Jay Asher: Thirteen Reasons Why
Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice

B

Leigh Bardugo: Six of Crows
Jolyse Barnett: Christmas Light
Joan Bauer: Hope Was Here
Emily Brontë: Wuthering Heights (Link to my review on Goodreads)
Carolyn Brown: The Ladies’ Room
Ray Bradbury: The Halloween Tree
Ray Bradbury: Fahrenheit 451 (Link to my review on Goodreads)
Frances Hodgson Burnett: A Little Princess

C

Andrew Clements: Frindle
Geralyn Corcillo: 4 in the Afternoon
Patricia Cornwell: Postmortem
Blake Crouch: Dark Matter

D

Fyodor Dostoyevsky: Crime and Punishment (Link to my review on Goodreads)


E

Aileen Erin: Cipher

F

Tarryn Fisher: Never Never Book One (Co-authored by Colleen Hoover)
F.Scott Fitzgerald: The Great Gatsby
E.M. Forster: A Room with a View (Link to my review on Goodreads)

G

Michael Gates Gill: How Starbucks Saved My Life
William Golding: Lord of the Flies
Louise Gornal: Under Rose-Tainted Skies
John Grisham: Skipping Christmas
Robin Jones Gunn: Engaging Father Christmas
Robin Jones Gunn: Finding Father Christmas

H

Paula Hawkins: The Girl on the Train
Joe Hill: NOS4A2
Joe Hill: The Fireman
Nathan Hill: The Nix
Colleen Hoover: It Ends With Us
Colleen Hoover : Never Never Book One(Co-authored by Tarryn Fisher)
Khaled Hosseini: The Kite Runner
Tony Hsieh: Delivering Happiness
Andrea Hurst: Tea & Comfort

I

J

E.L. James: Fifty Shades of Grey (link to my Goodreads review)

K

Sophie Kinsella: I’ve Got Your Number
Lisa Kleypas: Suddenly You

L

Harper Lee: To Kill a Mockingbird
C.S. Lewis: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
C.S. Lewis: Prince Caspian
E. Lockhart: We Were Liars

M

Debbie Macomber: A Country Christmas
Wendy Mass: Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life
Marissa Meyer: Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, Book 1)
Marissa Meyer: Scarlet (The Lunar Chronicles, Book 2)
Marissa Meyer: Cress (The Lunar Chronicles, Book 3)
Marissa Meyer: Winter (The Lunar Chronicles, Book 4)
Ava Miles: Nora Roberts Land
Olivia Miles: Hope Springs on Main Street
Melissa F. Miller: Irreparable Harm
Kevin Alan Milne: The Paper Bag Christmas(link to my Goodreads review)

N

Robyn Neeley: Batter Up
Patrick Ness: A Monster Calls
Celeste Ng: Everything I Never Told You
Amy Ellis Nutt: Becoming Nicole: The Extraordinary Transformation of an Ordinary Family

O

George Orwell: Nineteen Eighty-Four

P

Donita K. Paul: Two Tickets to the Christmas Ball (link to my Goodreads review)
Jodi Perkins: Chasing Echoes
Tracie Peterson: A Lady of High Regard
Jodi Picoult: The Storyteller
Amanda Prowse: Will You Remember Me?

Q

R

Amy E. Reichert: The Coincidence of Coconut Cake
Don Reid: O Little Town
Brenda Bevan Remmes: The Quaker Café
Beth Revis: A World Without You
Sheila Roberts: The Snow Globe
Sheila Roberts: Good Neighbors
Tatiana de Rosnay: Sarah’s Key
J.Lynn Rowan: Better Than Chocolate
J.Lynn Rowan: When in Rome
Rainbow Rowell: Landline
J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

S

Louis Sachar: There’s a Boy in the Girl’s Bathroom
Cerella D. Sechrist: Love Finds You Miracle in Hersey, Pennsylvania
Ruta Sepetys: Between Shades of Gray
Nevil Shute: On the Beach
Julie Smith: The Kindness of Strangers
Lemony Snicket: The Bad Beginning (A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 1)
Lemony Snicket: The Reptile Room (A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 2)
Muriel Spark: The Comforters
Danielle Steel: The Wedding
Elle Strauss: Clockwise

T

C.E. Tobisman: Doubt

U

W

S.J. Watson: Before I Go To Sleep
Sherryl Woods: The Inn at Eagle Point

Y

Nicola Yoon: The Sun Is Also a Star
Nicola Yoon: Everything Everything
Banana Yoshimoto: Kitchen (Translated by Megan Backs)

Z

Carlos Ruiz Zafón: The Shadow of the Wind
Markus Zukas: The Book Thief

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