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What Erica Read in 2013




December 2013
John Dies At the End
David Wong

Love In The Time of Cholera
Gabriel Garcia Marquez

NYPD Red
J Patterson and M Karp
12/13/13
November
The Plot Against America
Philip Roth

Dancer
Colum McCann

October
Don't Think of an Elephant
George Lakoff

Knock Knock
Jules Feiffer

August
Damage Control
Emma Forrest, Editor

Nature Girl
Carl Hiasson

July
Wallflower at the Orgy
Nora Ephron
 
June
The Path of Names
A Goelman

The Humbling
Philip Roth

We Need to Talk About Kevin
Lionel Shriver

May
Her Fearful Symmetry
Audrey Niffenegger

The Wild Things
Dave Eggers

Found in Translation
N Kelly and J Zetsche
5/3/12
The Portrait of Dorian Gray
Oscar Wilde

The Greatest Salesman In The World
OG Mandino
5/1/12
April
The Happiness Project: Or, Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun
Gretchen Rubin
Finally finished it!
March
Food and Loathing
B Lerner

Very Far Away From Anywhere Else
Ursula K LeGuin
3/18/13
The Girl on the Fridge
Etgar Keret

February
Great Expectations
Charles Dickens
Again, so I could teach it.  In Tel Aviv, to American students there on an exchange program.  My life is unexpectedly interesting sometimes.
January
A Modest Proposal
T Swift

Frankenstein
Mary Shelly
Again.  Much of it in a hammock in El Harino, Panama.  Much of it with a headlamp, as there is no electricity in El Harino, Panama.


I have here lists of just about every book I've read in past years, though some years are nicely formatted and some are a big mess. One day I'll get them all looking nice, but when? Oh yeah, the 23rd... Here's a silly summary of recent years.

Here we go. This is some thrilling stuff, folks! We have: 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, and 2008 in reverse order because I'm a little bit busy right now, 2007 and 2006, pretty clean, and 2005, very messy. We have 2004, also messy but slightly more interesting. Here is 2003 and 2002, which I think aren't as bad.

Hey, what's your favorite book ever? What would you recommend as a Great Book to just about anyone? E-me!

By the way, the reason these books are all hyperlinked to their pages on amazon.com is that I'm an amazon.com "associate", meaning that if you click through to amazon using any of the links on this page and then buy *anything* (even if it's NOT the item I have hyperlinked), then I get "credit" for having referred you in and I get some little percent of what you spend. So I LOVE IT WHEN YOU CLICK THROUGH! Please do it all the time, every time you want to buy something on amazon, come here first! You're the best!  


You can also use this link to Amazon's main page to buy anything and I'll get a kick-back, yippee!!




Erica Goldman. e at ericagoldman dot com
People say life is the thing, but I prefer reading.    ~ Logan Pearsall Smith
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Last modified Feb 2014