TwentyNine New Reads @29

Here you will find the list of 29 new reads I want to read during ProjectTwentyNine. Now, by “New Reads,” I do not mean new books (which should become clear as you peruse this list), rather books I have never read before. Some books on this list I’ve had on my list for awhile, some have only recently become interests. As with some of the other lists, there is a bit of flexibility with some of the entries, but mostly this list is set – that’s part of the challenge. 

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  1. Fahrenheit 451 (Ray Bradbury, 1953)
  2. Emma (Jane Austen, 1815) Completed July 26, 2015
  3. Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm (Philip Pullman, 2012)
  4. If on a Winter’s Night a Traveler (Italo Calvino, 1979)
  5. S. (Doug Dorst, 2013)
  6. In the Woods (Tana French, 2007)
  7. The Secret History (Donna Tartt, 1992)
  8. Bridget Jones’s Diary (Helen Fielding, 1996)
  9. The Night Circus (Erin Morgenstern, 2011)
  10. Oliver Twist (Charles Dickens, 1837)
  11. Foundation (Isaac Asimov, 1951)
  12. A Storm of Swords (George R.R. Martin, 2000)
  13. A Feast for Crows (George R.R. Martin, 2005)
  14. A Dance with Dragons (George R.R. Martin, 2011)
  15. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in World that can’t stop Talking (Susan Cain, 2012)
  16. Is Everyone Hanging out Without Me? (Mindy Kaling, 2011) Completed July 29, 2015
  17. Persuasion (Jane Austen, 1817)
  18. The Map of Time (Felix J. Palima, 2008)
  19. The Picture of Dorian Grey (Oscar Wilde, 1890)
  20. The Notebook (Nicholas Sparks, 1996)
  21. The Shepherd’s Crown (Terry Pratchett, 2015)
  22. The Long Earth (Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter, 2012)
  23. A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens, 1843)
  24. Divergent (Veronica Roth, 2011)
  25. IQ84 (Haruki Marakami, 2014)
  26. A History Book Yet to be Confirmed
  27. We Were Liars (E. Lockhart, 2014) Completed July 17, 2015
  28. Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life (Anne Lamott, 1994)
  29. The Time Traveler’s Wife (Audrey Niffenegger, 2003)
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