Amazon’s 100 Books to read in a lifetime

This is Amazon’s list of 100 books to read in a lifetime. I love making lists of books I will never get the time to read so here is my version (

  1. 1984
  2. A Brief History of Time
  3. A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius
  4. A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier
  5. The Bad Beginning: Or, Orphans!
  6. A Wrinkle in Time
  7. Selected Stories, 1964-1994 (by Alice Munro)
  8. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass
  9. All the President’s Men
  10. Angela’s Ashes: A Memoir
  11. Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.
  12. Bel Canto
  13. Beloved
  14. Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen
  15. Breath, Eyes, Memory
  16. Catch-22
  17. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  18. Charlotte’s Web
  19. Cutting for Stone
  20. Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead
  21. Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Book 1
  22. Dune
  23. Fahrenheit 451
  24. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream
  25. Gone Girl
  26. Goodnight Moon
  27. Great Expectations
  28. Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies
  29. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
  30. In Cold Blood
  31. Interpreter of Maladies
  32. Invisible Man
  33. Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth
  34. Kitchen Confidential
  35. Life After Life
  36. Little House on the Prairie
  37. Lolita
  38. Love in the Time of Cholera
  39. Love Medicine
  40. Man’s Search for Meaning
  41. Me Talk Pretty One Day
  42. Middlesex
  43. Midnight’s Children
  44. Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game
  45. Of Human Bondage
  46. One the Road
  47. Out of Africa
  48. Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood
  49. Pornoy’s Complaint
  50. Pride and Prejudice
  51. Silent Spring
  52. Slaughterhouse-Five
  53. Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln
  54. The Age of Innocence
  55. The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay
  56. The Autobiography of Malcolm X: As Told to Alex Haley
  57. The Book Thief
  58. The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
  59. The Catcher in the Rye
  60. The Color of Water: A Black Man’s Tribute to His White Mother
  61. The Corrections
  62. The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America
  63. The Diary of a Young Girl
  64. The Fault in Our Stars
  65. The Giver
  66. The Golden Compass: His Dark Materials
  67. The Great Gatsby
  68. The Handmaid’s Tale
  69. The House at Pooh Corner
  70. The Hunger Games
  71. The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
  72. The Liar’s Club
  73. The Lightning Thief
  74. The Little Prince
  75. The Long Goodbye
  76. The Looming Tower
  77. The Lord of the Rings
  78. The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat: And Other Clinical Tales
  79. The Omnivore’s Dilemma
  80. The Phantom Tollbooth
  81. The Poisonwood Bible
  82. The Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York
  83. The Right Stuff
  84. The Road
  85. The Secret History
  86. The Shining
  87. The Stranger
  88. The Sun Also Rises
  89. The Things They Carried
  90. The Very Hungry Caterpillar
  91. The Wind in the Willows
  92. The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle
  93. The World According to Garp
  94. The Year of Magical Thinking
  95. Things Fall Apart
  96. To Kill a Mockingbird
  97. Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption
  98. Valley of the Dolls
  99. Where the Sidewalk Ends
  100. Where the Wild Things Are
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Summer Break

There is nothing like summer break and as an adult it is heartbreaking when you no longer can take two and a half months off during the best part of the year. And this is Washington so there are like three months of good weather. The last summer I didn’t work full-time was back in 2012 and I’m aching for those times. I lived out of my trunk and whisked around wherever I pleased: the beach, camping, visiting friends. Me in the summer:

Lake

This year I said “fuck it” and requested three weeks off in July. And now that I have a bit of free time to plan for, I’m taking a look at my bucket list. The main difference between this year and other years is that I actually have money to use. So my options have expanded. These are the actual feasible things I can do during the time:

  • Learn to drive a stick shift
  • Visit a psychic/fortune teller/tarot card reader
  • Visit an active volcano (Kilauea?)
  • Milk a cow
  • Jump off a waterfall
  • Learn to ride a motorcycle
  • Learn to sail
  • Learn to fly
  • Ride in a sidecar (I’ve seen people doing this in Victoria B.C.)
  • Go to Busch Gardens in Virginia to ride on all the roller coasters I was too afraid to as a child

What other things can I do? Please comment below for suggestions!

 

Travel Literature

This list via Insider shows some of the best travel writing. I’ve crossed off the ones I’ve already read.

  1. ‘On the Road’ by Jack Kerouac
  2. ‘The Great Railway Bazaar’ by Paul Theroux
  3. ‘Into the Wild’ by Jon Krakauer
  4. ‘The Sun Also Rises’ by Ernest Hemingway
  5. ‘The Geography of Bliss’ by Eric Weiner
  6. ‘In Patagonia’ by Bruce Chatwin
  7. ‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas’ by Hunter S. Thompson
  8. ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ by Elizabeth Gilbert
  9. ‘Venice’ by Jan Morris
  10. ‘Notes From a Small Island’ by Bill Bryson
  11. ‘The Road to Oxiana’ by Robert Byron
  12. ‘In Search of Captain Zero’ by Allan Weisbecker
  13. ‘Travels with Charley: In Search of America’ by John Steinbeck
  14. ‘A Short Walk in the Hindu Kush’ by Eric Newby
  15. ‘Wild Coast: Travels on South America’s Untamed Edge’ by John Gimlette
  16. ‘Our Man in Havana’ by Graham Greene
  17. ‘Arabian Sands’ by Wilfred Thesiger
  18. ‘Blue Highways’ by William Least Heat-Moon
  19. ‘The Shadow of the Sun’ by Ryszard Kapuscinski
  20. ‘A Year in Provence’ by Peter Mayle
  21. ‘Vagabonding’ by Rolf Potts

 

All the Countries

I found a book titled 198: How I Ran Out of Countries and decided to create yet another travel list–this one just a simple list of countries. I haven’t read the book yet but will probably be getting around to it soon. Countries I have visited:

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Albania
  3. Algeria
  4. Andorra
  5. Angola
  6. Antigua and Barbuda
  7. Argentina
  8. Armenia
  9. Aruba
  10. Australia
  11. Austria
  12. Azerbaijan
  13. Bahamas
  14. Bahrain
  15. Bangladesh
  16. Barbados
  17. Belarus
  18. Belgium
  19. Belize
  20. Benin
  21. Bhutan
  22. Bolivia
  23. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  24. Botswana
  25. Brazil
  26. Brunei
  27. Bulgaria
  28. Burkina Faso
  29. Burma
  30. Burundi
  31. Cabo Verde
  32. Cambodia
  33. Cameroon
  34. Canada
  35. Central African Republic
  36. Chad
  37. Chile
  38. China
  39. Colombia
  40. Comoros
  41. Congo, Republic of the
  42. Congo, Democratic Republic of the
  43. Costa Rica
  44. Cote d’Ivoire
  45. Croatia
  46. Cuba
  47. Cyprus
  48. Czech Republic
  49. Denmark
  50. Djibouti
  51. Dominica
  52. Dominican Republic
  53. Ecuador
  54. Egypt
  55. El Salvador
  56. Equatorial Guinea
  57. Eritrea
  58. Estonia
  59. Ethiopia
  60. Fiji
  61. Finland
  62. France
  63. Gabon
  64. Gambia
  65. Georgia
  66. Germany
  67. Ghana
  68. Greece
  69. Grenada
  70. Guatemala
  71. Guinea
  72. Guinea-Bissau
  73. Guyana
  74. Haiti
  75. Honduras
  76. Hong Kong
  77. Hungary
  78. Iceland
  79. India
  80. Indonesia
  81. Iran
  82. Iraq
  83. Ireland
  84. Israel
  85. Italy
  86. Jamaica
  87. Japan
  88. Jordan
  89. Kazakhstan
  90. Kenya
  91. Kiribati
  92. Korea, North
  93. Korea, South
  94. Kosovo
  95. Kuwait
  96. Kyrgyzstan
  97. Laos
  98. Latvia
  99. Lebanon
  100. Lesotho
  101. Liberia
  102. Libya
  103. Liechtenstein
  104. Lithuania
  105. Luxembourg
  106. Macau
  107. Macedonia
  108. Madagascar
  109. Malawi
  110. Malaysia
  111. Maldives
  112. Mali
  113. Malta
  114. Marshall Islands
  115. Mauritania
  116. Mauritius
  117. Mexico
  118. Micronesia
  119. Moldova
  120. Monaco
  121. Mongolia
  122. Montenegro
  123. Morocco
  124. Mozambique
  125. Myanmar (Burma)
  126. Namibia
  127. Nauru
  128. Nepal
  129. Netherlands
  130. Netherlands Antilles
  131. New Zealand
  132. Nicaragua
  133. Niger
  134. Nigeria
  135. Norway
  136. Oman
  137. Pakistan
  138. Palau
  139. Palestine
  140. Panama
  141. Papua New Guinea
  142. Paraguay
  143. Peru
  144. Philippines
  145. Poland
  146. Portugal
  147. Qatar
  148. Romania
  149. Russia
  150. Rwanda
  151. St. Kitts and Nevis
  152. St. Lucia
  153. St. Vincent and The Grenadines
  154. Samoa
  155. San Marino
  156. Sao Tome and Principe
  157. Saudi Arabia
  158. Senegal
  159. Serbia
  160. Seychelles
  161. Sierra Leone
  162. Singapore
  163. Sint Maarten
  164. Slovakia
  165. Slovenia
  166. Solomon Islands
  167. Somalia
  168. South Africa
  169. South Sudan
  170. Spain
  171. Sri Lanka
  172. Sudan
  173. Suriname
  174. Swaziland
  175. Sweden
  176. Switzerland
  177. Syria
  178. Taiwan
  179. Tajikistan
  180. Tanzania
  181. Thailand
  182. Timor-Leste
  183. Togo
  184. Tonga
  185. Trinidad and Tobago
  186. Tunisia
  187. Turkey
  188. Turkmenistan
  189. Tuvalu
  190. Uganda
  191. Ukraine
  192. United Arab Emirates
  193. United Kingdom (UK)
  194. United States of America (USA)
  195. Uruguay
  196. Uzbekistan
  197. Vanuatu
  198. Vatican City (Holy See)
  199. Venezuela
  200. Vietnam
  201. Yemen
  202. Zambia
  203. Zimbabwe

100 Trips

I found another great travel list on Business Insider. Definitely more fodder for my bucket list. Here is the list with the ones I’ve done crossed out:

  1. Ride a dogsled through the backcountry of Sweden.
  2. Taste some of the best pizza in the world in Naples, Italy.
  3. See the great wildebeest migration in Africa’s Serengeti National Park.
  4. Stand in awe of the aurora borealis from Lapland, in northern Finland.
  5. Feed swimming pigs in Exuma, in the Bahamas.
  6. Drive a classic car around Havana, Cuba.
  7. Navigate the backwaters of Kerala, India, on a houseboat.
  8. Watch the sun set over the Mediterranean Sea from Santorini, one of the most beautiful Greek islands.
  9. Sample street food — satay, laksa, and char kuey teow, to name a few dishes — at a hawker center in Penang, Malaysia.
  10. Walk under the budding cherry blossoms in Kyoto, Japan, which was voted best city in the world by Travel + Leisure for the second year in a row.
  11. Watch the sunset on a beach in Zanzibar, in Africa.
  12. Get splashed under Iguazu Falls, one of the world’s widest waterfalls, which borders Brazil and Argentina.
  13. Stay in a luxury hut over the clear aqua waters of the Maldives.
  14. Bathe in a cenote (a deep natural sinkhole) in Yucatán, Mexico.
  15. Rub shoulders with the revelers at Carnival in Salvador, Brazil.
  16. See the reflection of the spectacular Rocky Mountains in Moraine Lake at Banff National Park, Canada.
  17. Walk along the walls of Dubrovnik, which have protected the Croatian city since the 7th century.
  18. See giant tortoises and sea lions in the Galapagos Islands.
  19. Get lost in the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul, Turkey.
  20. Snap the ultimate tourist shot at the Grand Canyon in Arizona.
  21. Soak in the steamy waters of the Blue Lagoon, outside of Reykjavík, Iceland.
  22. Bungee jump in Queenstown, New Zealand, the “adventure capital of the world.”
  23. Party in the edgy underground clubs of Berlin, Germany.
  24. Stroll the ancient streets of the fortified medieval French town of Carcassonne.
  25. Stare into the so-called Door to Hell, a burning natural gas field, in Derweze, Turkmenistan.
  26. Spend a night cozied up in an ice hotel, like the Ice Hotel Romania in the Fagaras Mountains, near Bucharest.
  27. Visit Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia, which was named the world’s best tourist attraction by Lonely Planet last year. The 700-year-old, 154-square-mile city sits deep in the jungle and is a must-see.
  28. Float in the Dead Sea in Israel.
  29. Check out the art deco architecture in South Beach, Miami.
  30. Explore the unreal geography of Cappadocia in Turkey.
  31. Admire Frank Gehry’s twisting, undulating architecture at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain.
  32. Dive with whale sharks and manta rays off the coast of Mozambique.
  33. View the colorful, ramshackle homes built into the cliffs of Valparaíso, Chile.
  34. Peer down on the rice terraces of Yunnan, China.
  35. Stroll along the banks of the Seine in Paris.
  36. Go diving in Australia’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Great Barrier Reef.
  37. Experience the Lunar New Year celebrations in China.
  38. Trek to the Salar de Uyuni, the massive salt flat, in Bolivia.
  39. Take in the view from the observation deck of Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building.
  40. Buy local goods and antiques at Thailand’s famous Chiang Mai Night Bazaar.
  41. Hike Arizona’s surreal Coyote Buttes.
  42. Picnic in Antoni Gaudí’s surreal Park Güell in Barcelona, Spain.
  43. Amble through the old Spanish colonial streets of Cartagena, Colombia.
  44. Get lost in the maze of gardens at the Palace of Versailles, outside Paris, France.
  45. Taste traditional pho from Hanoi, Vietnam.
  46. Explore the streets of Petra, an ancient rock city in Jordan.
  47. Step onto the floating islands of Lake Titicaca in South America, which are still inhabited by the indigenous Uros people.
  48. Catch the first rays of light over Bryce Canyon, in southwestern Utah.
  49. Relax on one of the gorgeous beaches of Goa, India.
  50. Catch some colorful beads at a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans, Louisiana.
  51. Climb to the top of Huayna Picchu for a bird’s-eye view of Machu Picchu.
  52. Wear a mask at Carnival in Venice, Italy.
  53. Get adventurous and hike along the unrestored section of the Great Wall of China. Hurry, because close to two-thirds of the wall have been destroyed because of over-farming, natural erosion, and the selling of historic engraved bricks.
  54. Visit each of the five villages of Italy’s Cinque Terre.
  55. Drive up to the summit of Mauna Kea, on the Big Island of Hawaii, and watch the stars come out.
  56. Check out the megayacht-filled Ports de Monaco, where billionaires go to play.
  57. Experience Moroccan hospitality at a riad, or hotel, like the Palais Namaskar in Marrakech.
  58. Swim to the private beach of Morakot Cave in Koh Mook, Thailand.
  59. Stand at the edge of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India.
  60. Share a beer at the Lazy Lizard at the Split, a laid-back beach bar in Caye Caulker, Belize.
  61. Gawk at the mysterious Moai statues on Easter Island.
  62. Snap a photo of Madagascar’s playful, bushy-tailed lemurs.
  63. Have a beer in the beautiful Market Square of Krakow, Poland.
  64. Explore the ruins of Tikal, an ancient city hidden in the Guatemalan jungle.
  65. Thunder through sand dunes on a desert safari outside Abu Dhabi.
  66. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin, Ireland.
  67. Play a hand of blackjack in one of Macau’s enormous casinos.
  68. Run with the bulls at Pamplona’s famous Fiesta de San Fermin.
  69. Spend New Year’s Eve watching the fireworks show over Sydney Harbour.
  70. Marvel at the Great Pyramid of Giza outside Cairo, Egypt.
  71. Navigate through icebergs on a cruise to Antarctica.
  72. Step into the dreamy landscape of China’s Huangshan Mountain.
  73. Ogle the gorgeous colors of the thermal pools in Yellowstone National Park.
  74. Go on a gorilla trek in Rwanda, Africa.
  75. Inhale the sweet aroma of the lavender fields of Provence, France.
  76. Drive through the Australian Outback.
  77. Attend a Kabuki theater show in Tokyo.
  78. Dance the tango in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  79. Sunbathe in Hainan, China.
  80. Eat your way through Queens, New York, as the superdiverse borough was named the top US travel destination by Lonely Planet in 2015.
  81. Ride a gondola between Canada’s breathtaking Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains.
  82. Take a helicopter ride around New York City for the ultimate view of the skyline.
  83. Take afternoon tea at Brown’s Hotel or another upscale tea room in London.
  84. Pose with the massive statue of Christ the Redeemer on Corcovado Mountain in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  85. Feel like you’re in Europe in Quebec City, Canada, the only walled city north of Mexico with cobblestone streets.
  86. Go on safari in Botswana, where you can see all types of wildlife.
  87. Hit the slopes at Niseko, in northern Japan, known for some of the best powder on the planet.
  88. Lounge on the stunning beaches of Lagos, Portugal.
  89. Marvel at the incredibly elaborate architecture of St. Petersburg, Russia, which was voted the best destination in Europe in the 2015 World Travel Awards.
  90. Breathe in the fresh air at Mount Everest, in the Himalayas.
  91. Take an architectural tour of Chicago by boat.
  92. Admire the incredible golden pagodas of Bagan, Myanmar.
  93. Play a round of golf in St. Andrews, Scotland.
  94. Take a tasting tour through Franschhoek, one of South Africa’s best-known wine-making regions.
  95. Visit the Temple of the Reclining Buddha (or Wat Pho) in Bangkok, Thailand. It is one of the city’s oldest temples.
  96. Drive along California’s Pacific Coast Highway and admire the incredible views of the Pacific Ocean.
  97. Admire the dreamy Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque and the other historic mosques in Isfahan, Iran.
  98. Ski the Swiss Alps.
  99. Celebrate Holi in India.
  100. See stunning natural wonders on the Azores Islands, which are 800 miles off the coast of Portugal and still somewhat of a hidden gem.

The Northwest Bucket List

I snagged this list from discoverthenw.com and thought I should tackle some if not all of it since I live here.

  1. Mount Si Trail – WA
  2. Grand Sawtooths Loop – ID
  3. Wallace Falls Hike – WA
  4. Sky Lakes Wilderness – OR
  5. Hall Of Mosses Trail – WA
  6. Boulder Chains Lake Trail – ID
  7. Oyster Dome Trail – WA
  8. Watchman Creek Trail – OR
  9. Grove Of Patriarchs Trail – WA
  10. Queens River Loop – ID
  11. Bridal Veil Falls/Lake Serene Trail – WA
  12. McKenzie River Trail – OR
  13. Rattlesnake Ledge Trail- WA
  14. Ship Islands Lake Trail – ID
  15. Ozette Triangle – WA
  16. Palisades Creek Trail – ID
  17. Big Four Ice Caves – WA
  18. Three Sisters Loop – OR
  19. Horseshoe Basin Trail – WA
  20. Odell Lake Overlook – OR
  21. Enchanted Lakes Trail – WA
  22. Spring Basin Wilderness Trail – OR
  23. Point Of Arches Trail – WA
  24. Chimney Rock – ID
  25. Snoqualmie Falls – WA
  26. Oregon Caves National Monument – OR
  27. Gingko Petrified Forsest – WA
  28. Cannon Beach – OR
  29. Craters Of The Moon National Monument – ID
  30. Willamette National Forest – OR
  31. Dry Falls – WA
  32. Oregon Coast – OR
  33. San Juan Islands – WA
  34. Shoshone Falls – ID
  35. Mima Mounds – WA
  36. Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area – OR
  37. Oregon Badlands Wilderness – OR
  38. Second Beach – WA
  39. Crater Rings – ID
  40. Mount Scott – OR
  41. Hoh Rainforest – WA
  42. Romona Falls – OR
  43. Crater Lake – OR
  44. Shi Shi Beach – WA
  45. Smith Rock – OR
  46. Beacon Hill – WA
  47. Hells Canyon – OR
  48. Columbia River Gorge – WA/OR
  49. Devils Punchbowl – OR
  50. Palouse Falls – WA
  51. The Painted Hills – OR
  52. The Ape Caves and Mount Saint Helens – WA
  53. Stevens Mountain – OR
  54. Mount Rainier National Park – WA
  55. Indian Point – OR
  56. Whistler – BC
  57. Mount Hood – OR
  58. Whatcom Falls – WA
  59. Gerhard Mountain – OR
  60. Niagara Springs – ID
  61. The Cascade Loop – WA
  62. International Selkirk Loop – WA/OR/BC
  63. Columbia River Scenic Highway – WA
  64. Silver Falls Tour Route – OR
  65. Sawtooth Scenic Byway – ID
  66. Chuckanut Drive – WA
  67. Volcanic Legacy Scenic Highway – OR
  68. Olympic Peninsula Loop – WA
  69. Thousand Springs Scenic Byway – ID
  70. Umpqua River Scenic Byway – OR
  71. North Cascade Scenic Highway – WA
  72. Crater Lake Rim Drive – OR
  73. White Pass Scenic Byway – WA
  74. Hells Canyon Scenic Byway – OR
  75. Lewis and Clark Memorial Highway – WA
  76. Marmes Rockshelter – WA
  77. Fort Rock Cave – OR
  78. Fort Warden – WA
  79. Lewis and Clark National Historic Park – OR
  80. Maryhill Stonehedge – WA
  81. Oregon Trail Wagon Rutts – OR
  82. Leavenworth – WA
  83. Fort Laramie – OR
  84. Pioneer Square, Seattle – WA
  85. Fort Stevens – OR
  86. Fort Casey – WA
  87. The Seattle Underground Tour – WA
  88. Atlas E Missle Site # 9 – WA
  89. Monte Cristo – WA
  90. Shaniko – OR
  91. Old Molson – WA
  92. Silver City – ID
  93. Selleck – WA
  94. Antelope – OR
  95. Burke – ID
  96. Durham – WA
  97. Ashwood – OR
  98. Bay Horse – ID
  99. Liberty – WA
  100. Golden – OR
  101. Evansville – ID
  102. Bodie – WA
  103. Fort Rock – OR
  104. Garnet – ID
  105. Bordeaux – WA

Books of 2015

I’ve never really been able to stick to a reading list. Inevitably an awesome sounding book comes my way and I have to derail my plans. This year, I’m actually giving myself assigned reading so I can power through some of these books I’ve either half-read or have been putting off for a bit. Here is the list:

  1. Gone Girl
  2. Wild
  3. An Age of License
  4. Into the Wild
  5. A Path Appears
  6. Travels with Charley
  7. Men Explain Things To Me
  8. Bury Me Standing
  9. The Innocents Abroad
  10. Outlaw Tales of Washington
  11. A Passage to India
  12. Elizabeth the Queen
  13. The Evolution of God
  14. A Farewell to Arms
  15. Japan’s World Heritage Sites
  16. Slouching Towards Bethlehem
  17. In Cold Blood
  18. Confessions of an Economic Hitman
  19. Bad Feminist
  20. Yes Please
  21. Madame Bovary
  22. Gerald’s Game
  23. Jude the Obscure
  24. A Short History of Nearly Everything
  25. One Hundred Years of Solitude
  26. Pilgrim at Tinker Creek
  27. Life Among the Piutes
  28. Divergent
  29. An Embarrassment of Mangoes
  30. Heart of Darkness
  31. The Artist’s Way

Will update throughout the year.