2006 Reading List

In order read:

The Reckoning by Sarah Pinborough
The Backwoods by Edward Lee
Berserk by Tim Lebbon
Heretic by Joe Nassise
The Loveliest Dead by Ray Garton
Whiskey Sour by JA Konrath
The Upright Man by Michael Marshal
Rain Fall by Barry Eisler
The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
Whiteout by Ken Follett
The Gunslinger by Stephen King
A View From the Lake by Greg F. Gifune
The Night Cage by Andrew Harper (Clegg)
Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett
Deep Sleep by Greg Iles
The Conquerer Worms by Brian Keene
The Attraction by Douglas Clegg
Graverobbers Wanted… by Jeff Strand
Off Season by Jack Ketchum
Bloody Mary by JA Konrath
Eye of the Needle by Ken Follett
Blood of Angels by Michael Marshal
The Magic Wagon by Joe Lansdale
Midnight Rain by James Newman
The Ax by Donald Westlake
Take the Long Way Home by Brian Keene
Twisted by Jay Bonansinga
Deathbringer by Bryan Smith
The Man From St. Petersburg by Ken Follett
Harvest Home by Thomas Tryon
Dusk by Tim Lebbon
Hard Freeze by Dan Simmons
The Colorado Kid by Stephen King
Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed by Jared Diamond
Sacrament by Clive Barker
Jackals by Charles Grant
Finishing Touches by Thomas Tessier
The 10% Solution by Ken Rand
Hard Rain by Barry Eisler
Cell by Stephen King
Totem by David Morrell

I didn’t reach my goal of 52 books (1 a week) but still cleared 40.
The stand outs:
Discovering Konrath, Eisler (through Konrath), Follett, Rand.
Top 5:
1. Berserk
2. The 10% Solution
3. The Ax
4. The Loveliest Dead
4. Offseason


About glenkrisch

Writer, freelance editor, runner, family man, wanna-be farmer, neo-luddite
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2 Responses to 2006 Reading List

  1. tbclone47 says:

    Good to see Ken’s 10% Solution near the top of the list! And bravo–that’s an impressive reading year.

    • glenkrisch says:

      Actually, Patrick, thanks to your LJ, I found Ken’s book. I also rate the books I read, which I chose not to make public, but I gave The 10% Solution 9.5/10. I’m using it as we speak to cut my 111k manuscript down, hopefully, to around 100k. I’m down to 108k, and in the process, finding all sorts of clunkiness.

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