Books I Read in 2011 - The List

It’s that time again. It’s time for me to look back over the list of books I read in the previous year and post my thoughts. This is something I used to do on the old blog, so I'm bringing it back here.

Looking back over my list I see that I didn't read as many books in 2011 as I did in 2010. I've been doing a lot more writing, so of course the amount of books I'd read would drop. Which is a good thing.

Some of these books I read, some of them were audio books that I listened to. You'll know the audio books by the (audio) designation after the author name.

I'll be back later to go through my Top 10 Most Favoritest Books of 2011.

So here’s the list:

Towers of Midnight
by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson

Proven Guilty
by Jim Butcher

The Buntline Special: A Weird West Tale
by Mike Resnick

Fletch's Fortune
by Gregory McDonald

Thunder and Ashes
by Z.A. Recht

Death Troopers
by Joe Schreiber

Shutter Island
by Dennis Lehane

Full Dark, No Stars
by Stephen King

Zombies: The Recent Dead (Anthology)
Edited by Paula Guran

Fletch and the Widow Bradley
by Gregory McDonald

White Night
by Jim Butcher

Final Theory
by Mark Alpert

Ex-Heroes
by Peter Clines

Fletch's Moxie
by Gregory McDonald

After the Golden Age
by Carrie Vaughn

Fletch and the Man Who
by Gregory McDonald

61 Hours
by Lee Child

Artemis Fowl
by Eoin Colfer

Tyrannosaur Canyon
by Douglas Preston

Carioca Fletch
by Gregory McDonlad

Worth Dying For
by Lee Child

Small Favor
by Jim Butcher

Fletch Won
by Gregory McDonland

The Wolf at the Door (Audio)
by Jack Higgins

Lost Souls
by Dean Koontz

Carte Blanche (Audio)
by Jeffrey Deaver

Persuader
by Lee Child

The Book of Fate (Audio)
by Brad Meltzer

The Hard Way
by Lee Child

Bearers of the Black Staff (Audio)
by Terry Brooks

The Measure of the Magic (Audio)
by Terry Brooks

The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governer
by Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga

11/22/63
by Stephen King

Changes
by Jim Butcher

Dead Zero
by Stephen Hunter

Side Jobs
by Jim Butcher

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