A Record

So, even though Rory Gilmore was maybe something like a teenage idol for me, I have grown up a lot since then. Some of her books I might not want to read (mainly the horror ones, such tension), and as a whole I can now say, after having been an avid reader and student, that her list is a bit too WASP (White Anglo-Saxon Protestant, I always have to look this up) for my taste.

So here, right here is a record of the books I read starting mid-October 2014 (give it time, people)

  1. Peter Høeg – Borderliners
  2. Ruth Ozeki – A Tale For The Time Being
  3. Ian McEwan – Atonement
  4. Lena Dunham – Not That Kind of Girl
  5. Michael Gelb – Present Yourself
  6. Benjamin Hoff – The Tao of Pooh
  7. Simon Sinek – Start With Why
  8. Gretchen Rubin – The Happiness Project
  9. Gretchen Rubin – Happier At Home
  10. Ben Goldacre – Bad Science
  11. Cheryl Strayed – Wild
  12. Vladimir Nabokov – Lolita
  13. Marina Keegan – The Opposite of Loneliness
  14. Azar Nafisi – Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books
  15. Henry James – Daisy Miller
  16. F. Scott Fitzgerald – The Great Gatsby
  17. Richard Nelson Bolles – What Is The Color Of Your Parachute?
  18. Chris Baty – No Plot, No Problem
  19. Jess Walter – Beautiful Ruins
  20. Rachel Bertsche – MWF Seeking BFF
  21. Judy Blume – Forever
  22. Mario Vargas Llosa – Aunt Julia And The Scriptwriter
  23. Amitav Ghosh – The Hungry Tide
  24. Tina Fey – Bossypants
  25. Carlos Ruiz Zafón – Marina
  26. Margaret Atwood – The Penelopiad
  27. Jenny Offill – Dept. of Speculation
  28. Gretchen Rubin – Better Than Before
  29. Anne Frank – Diary of a Young Girl
  30. Brian Tracy – Eat That Frog
  31. Salman Rushdie – Midnight’s Children
  32. Ann Brashares – Sisterhood Everlasting
  33. Caytlin Moran – How to Build a Girl
  34. Thor Heyerdahl – The Kon-Tiki Expedition
  35. Marlene Hofmann – A Year In Copenhagen
  36. Michael Ondaatje – Anil’s Ghost
  37. Curtis Sittenfield – Prep
  38. Alex Miller – Autumn Laing
  39. Noviolet Bulawayo – We Need New Names
  40. Amy Poehler – Yes Please
  41. Banana Yoshimoto – Kitchen
  42. Andy Miller – The Year Of Reading Dangerously
  43. Hape Kerkeling – Ich Bin Dann Mal Weg
  44. Harper Lee – Go Set A Watchman
  45. Ken Follett – Fall Of Giants
  46. Aimee Bender – The Particular Sadness Of Lemon Cake
  47. Laura Marley – No Wonder I Take A Drink
  48. Patrick Dennis – Auntie Mame
  49. Ken Follett – Winter of the World
  50. Fyodor Dostoyevsky – The Devils
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