100+ Books Challenge 2015

Inspired by Little Girl with a Big Pen’s 100+ Books Challenge, which involves reading as many books as possible between 1 January – 31 December, I’ve successfully kept track of my reading since 2012 here. This year, you can also also follow along on Goodreads, where I’ll be tracking my progress as I work towards reading 50 books.

In 2012, I read 36 books; in 2013, 35; and last year, 30. This year, I suspect there will be a bigger emphasis on self-improvement titles.

  1. A Confederacy of Dunces – John Kennedy Toole (1980, USA)
  2. The Happiness Project – Gretchen Rubin (2009, USA)
  3. As You Wish – Cary Elwes and John Layden (2014, USA)
  4. The Joy Luck Club – Amy Tan (1989, USA)
  5. Everything is Illuminated – Jonathan Safran Foer (2001, USA)
  6. The Age of Reason – Jean-Paul Sartre (1945, France)
  7. Seahearts – Margo Lanagan (2009, Australia)
  8. The Goldfinch – Donna Tartt (2013, USA)
  9. Jude the Obscure – Thomas Hardy (1895, England)
  10. Leaders Eat Last – Simon Sinek (2014, USA)
  11. The Lost Girl – D. H. Lawrence (1920, England)
  12. Love, Rosie – Cecelia Ahern (2004, Ireland)
  13. Les Enfants Terribles – Jean Cocteau (1929, France)
  14. High Fidelity – Nick Hornby (1995, England)
  15. How to Build a Girl – Caitlin Moran (2014, England)
  16. The Martian – Andy Weir (2011, USA)
  17. The Luminaries – Eleanor Catton (2013, New Zealand)
  18. Love, Nina – Nina Stibbe (2013, England)
  19. Us – David Nicholls (2014, England)
  20. A Monster Calls – Patrick Ness (2011, England)
  21. The Bees – Laline Paull (2014, England)
  22. The Prince George Diaries – Clare Bennett (2015, England)

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