Books Read in 2013

An ongoing list. Since I can’t seem to remember to update Goodreads, and some of what I’m reading will be Advanced Reader Copies(ARC) for work.

January:

Catching Fire (Hunger Games Trilogy #2) – Suzanne Collins, YA Fiction (dystopian)

Game of Thrones (completed second half) – George R. R. Martin,  Fantasy

Brave New World – Aldous Huxley, Science Fiction, Classics

Fever (Chemical Garden Trilogy #1) – Lauren DeStefano, YA Science Fiction (dystopian, genetics)

The Voyeurs – Gabrielle Bell,  Graphic Memoir

Eve and Adam – Michael Grant and Katherine Applegate, YA Science Fiction (genetics)

The Resurrectionist – E. B. Hudspeth (ARC), Fiction (Magical Realism?)

February:

Firecracker – David Iverson (ARC), YA Fiction (Realistic, contemporary)

Song of the Vikings – Nancy Marie Brown, Non-fiction, History (Snorri and Norse Mythology)

Calling Dr. Laura – Nicole Georges, Graphic Memoir

Not Exactly A Love Story – Audrey Couloumbis, YA Fiction (Realistic, historical – 1970s)

Maggot Moon – Sally Gardner,  YA Fiction (dystopian)

March:

Abelard – Renaud Dillies and Regis Hautier, Graphic Novel

Chickenhare – Chris Grine, Middle Grade Graphic Novel

Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald – Therese Anne Fowler (ARC), Fiction (historical)

The Testing – Joelle Charbonneau (ARC), YA Fiction (dystopian)

Hilda and the Bird Parade – Luke Pearson, Middle Grade Graphic Novel

The Round House – Louise Erdrich, Fiction

Island of the Aunts – Eva Ibbotson, Middle Grade Fiction

de: Tales – Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba, Graphic Novel (short stories)

April:

Orleans – Sherri L. Smith, YA Fiction (dystopian/alternate history-then-future)

Foiled! – Jane Yolen, YA Graphic Novel (fantasy)

The Diviners – Libba Bray, YA Fiction (1920s, magical realism?, maybe just fantasy)

Let’s Explore Diabetes With Owls – David Sedaris, Essays

May:

Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass – Meg Medina, YA Fiction (realistic – bullying)

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