2009 Books Read

January

1. Comic Book Tattoo – Edited by Rantz A. Hoseley, 2008, 480 pgs., 4.25/5
2. A Fine and Private Place by Peter Beagle, 1960, 264 pgs., 5/5
3. Enslaved by Ducks by Bob Tarte, 2003, 308 pgs., 4.25/5
4. Blood Harvest by Brant Randall, 2008, 286 pgs., 3.75/5
5. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer, 2005, 498 pgs., 4.0/5
6. Fables Volume 3: Storybook Love by Bill Willingham, 2004, 190 pgs., 4.0/5
7. Old Man’s War by John Scalzi, 2005, 320 pgs., 5/5
8. The Starry Rift: Tales of New Tomorrows edited by Jonathan Strahan, 2008, 530 pgs., 3.25/5

January Totals: 8 Books, 2,876 Pages

February

9. The Sandman Vol. 1: Preludes and Nocturnes by Neil Gaiman, 1991, 235 pgs., 4.25/5
10. Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro, 2005, 288 pgs., 5/5
11. The Polysyllabic Spree by Nick Hornby, 2004, 143 pgs., 4.5/5
12. The Rabbits by John Marsden and Shaun Tan, 2004, 32 pgs., 5/5
13. The Lost Thing by Shaun Tan, 2004, 32 pgs., 4/5
14. The Red Tree by Shaun Tan, 2003, 32 pgs., 5/5
15. The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockheart, 2008, 345 pgs., 4.75/5
16. The Suburban Dragon by Garassamo Macagnone, 1992, 50 pgs., 2/5

February Totals: 8 Books, 1,157 Pages

March

17. Voices by Ursula K. LeGuin, 2006, 341 pgs., 4.25/5
18. Alice in Sunderland: An Entertainment by Bryan Talbot, 2007, 319 pgs., 4/5
19. Pobby and Dingan by Ben Rice, 2003, 112 pgs., 4.75/5
20. As Shadows Fade by Colleen Gleason, 2009, 342 pgs., 5/5
21. Blueberry Girl by Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess, 2009, 32 pgs., 5/5
22. Sorrow: A Witch Ember Tale by John Lawson, 2009, 239 pgs., 5/5
23. Little (Grrl) Lost by Charles De Lint, 2007, 271 pgs., 4.5/5

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