I Read, Therefore… I Must Have A Lot Of Time On My Hands

I love reading and am always looking to spread my latest book love with my friends.  If I love a book I am the first to accost someone in the hallway at work and pester them until they take it.  Then I harass them every day asking where they are up to, if they like it yet, all the while I nod knowingly to myself like a sage (but kooky) old professor.  I textually assault people, beating them with paperbacks until they agree to read it.  A level 1 text offender if you will.

But it’s not enough!

Like all perverts I now take to the internet to get my (literary) jollies.  Here is my list of what I read in 2013 and I have to say I wasn’t disappointed by a single paperback on this list.  In fact, The Count Of Monte Christo is now one of my top 5 favourite books.  So there’s that.

The Colour Of Magic – Terry Pratchett

The Subtle Knife – Philip Pullman

Miss Bunkle’s Book – D.E. Stevenson

The Rubber Band – Rex stout

East Of Ealing – Robert Rankin

Sprouts Of Wrath – Robert Rankin

The Light Fantastic – Terry Pratchett

Auntie Mame – Patrick Dennis

Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy – Douglas Adams

The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe – Douglas Adams

Life, The Universe And Everything – Douglas Adams

So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish – Douglas Adams

The Fourth Bear – Jasper Fforde

The Perks Of Being A Wallflower – Stephen Chbosky

The Fellowship Of The Ring – JRR Tolkien

Equal Rites – Terry Pratchett

Brave New World – Aldous Huxley

The Eye Of The World – Robert Jordan

The Great Hunt – Robert Jordan

The Count Of Monte Christo – Alexander Dumas

Good Omens – Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman

The Dragon Reborn – Robert Jordan

The Shadow Rising – Robert Jordan

Meaty – Samantha Irby