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January 8th, 2014
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2013 Books
Another new year, another round of copying the books list from my shouts_of_joy bio page over here to be a reference at need. 2013 stunk; only 53 books read (excluding my own, heh heh).



Anything Goes in 2013
Book Why Chosen Visit
The Siren Depths by Martha Wells LOVED the first one! 1st
The Cloud Roads by Martha Wells Craving a reread 2nd
The Crown of Embers by Rae Carson Really impressed by the first one 1st
The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K Le Guin Love this story beyond words Nth
The Darkangel by Meredith Ann Pierce Craving a reread Nth
A Gathering of Gargoyles by Meredith Ann Pierce Craving a reread Nth
The Pearl of the Soul of the World by Meredith Ann Pierce Craving a reread Nth
The Journey of Desire by John Eldredge Can't read this enough Nth
Epic by John Eldredge Want to try more by Eldredge 1st
It was Good: Making Art to the Glory of God by Ned Bustard, et al Right up my alley 1st
Captivating by John and Stasi Eldredge Want to try more by Eldredge 1st
The Shack by Wm Paul Young See what I think second time 2nd
The Utter Relief of Holiness by John Eldredge Want to try more by Eldredge 1st
The Sacred Romance by Brent Curtis & John Eldredge Been a while Nth
Cross Roads by Wm Paul Young Try more by him 1st
Doctor's Orders by Diane Duane Felt like something fun Nth
Rendezvous With Rama by Arthur C Clarke In the mood for sci-fi 2nd
I, Robot by Isaac Asimov See what I think second time 2nd
Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card See what I think second time 2nd
Dream Thief by Stephen R Lawhead Still in the mood for sci-fi Nth
Betrayal Trauma by Jennifer J Freyd Digging backward 1st
The Great Divorce by C S Lewis Been a while Nth
Salvation and Sovereignty by Kenneth Keathley Molina beat me there by 400 years! 1st
Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain Been hearing a lot about it 1st
The Shadow at Evening by Chris Walley Been craving a reread for months Nth
The Power of the Night by Chris Walley Been craving a reread for months Nth
How People Change by Timothy Lane and Paul Tripp Received as gift 1st
The Dark Foundations by Chris Walley Been craving a reread for months Nth
The Infinite Day by Chris Walley Been craving a reread for months Nth
The Spirit Lens by Carol Berg See what I think second time 2nd
The Soul Mirror by Carol Berg See what I think second time 2nd
The Daemon Prism by Carol Berg See what I think second time (definitely keepers!) 2nd
The Bitter Kingdom by Rae Carson Enjoyed the first two 1st
The Bell at Sealey Head by Patricia McKillip I love her stories Nth
The Bards of Bone Plain by Patrica McKillip See what I think second time 2nd
The Goldfinch Garden by Barbara Leonie Picard Been too long Nth
The Lady of the Linden Tree by Barbara Leonie Picard Been too long Nth
The Mermaid and the Simpleton by Barbara Leonie Picard Been too long Nth
The Faun and the Woodcutter's Daughter by Barbara Leonie Picard Been too long Nth
Beauty by Robin McKinley In the mood for fairy tales Nth
Hurry Home, Candy by Meindert DeJong Been a while Nth
Foundation: Book One of the Collegium Chronicles by Mercedes Lackey Refresher reread 2nd
Intrigues: Book Two of the Collegium Chronicles by Mercedes Lackey I love Valdemar 1st
The Utter Relief of Holiness by John Eldredge See what I think second time 2nd
Changes: Book Three of the Collegium Chronicles by Mercedes Lackey I love Valdemar 1st
Redoubt: Book Four of the Collegium Chronicles by Mercedes Lackey I love Valdemar 1st
Royal Airs by Sharon Shinn Enjoyed the first one 1st
The Only Wise God by William Lane Craig Want more Molinism 1st
The Dark is Rising by Susan Cooper Too long since I did my 'ritual' Nth
Beautiful Outlaw by John Eldredge Can't read this enough Nth
Divine Providence by Thomas P Flint Want more Molinism 1st
Daily in Christ by Neil and Joanne Anderson It's been years Nth
The Holy Bible (ESV) Want to do this every year Nth

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