My Reading List

Here is my new, updated reading list! Somehow it’s managed to get quite extensive…

(the first section are books I need to read for school, but the others are solely for pleasure).

  • Wide Sargasso Sea, by Jean Rhys
  • Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte
  • Villette, by Charlotte Bronte
  • The Woman in White, by Wilkie Collins
  • Cat’s Eye, by Atwood
  • Suddenly Last Summer, by Williams
  • The Tempest, by Shakespeare
  • The Nun’s Priest’s Prologue and Tale, by Chaucer
  • The Merchant of Venice, by Shakespeare
  • Heart of Darkness, by Conrad
  • The White Devil, by Webster
  • The Bloody Chamber, by Angela Carter
  • Aires and Graces, by Erica James
  • Eloise, by Judy Finnigan
  • On Angel Mountain, by Brian John
  • City of Masks, by Daniel Hecht
  • Maybe in Another Life, by Taylor Jenkins Reid
  • Summer House with Swimming Pool, by Herman Koch
  • The Queen of New Beginnings
  • The Wish List
  • What Matters in Jane Austen, by John Mullen
  • The Tea Planter’s Wife, by Dinah Jefferies
  • The Offering, by Kimberly Derting
  • Just Business, by Geraint Anderson
  • Fever, by Lauren Destefano
  • The Island, by Victoria Hislop
  • Uglies, by Scott Westerfeld
  • Madame Bovary, by Gustave Flaubert
  • Wild Swans, by Jung Chang
  • The Summer Book, by Tove Jansson
  • Norwegian Wood, by Haruki Murakami
  • The White Queen, by Philippa Gregory
  • Bring up the Bodies, by H. Mantel
  • Jane Boleyn – The True Story of the Infamous Lady Rochford, by Fox
  • Dying for a living, by Kory M Shrum
  • Hyde, by Lauren Stewart
  • A question of Will, by Alex Albrinck
  • Becoming Human, by Eliza Green
  • Planet Urth, by J&C Martucci
  • The Rowan Tree, by Robert Fuller
  • The things we never said, by Susan Wright
  • The housewife assassin’s handbook, by Josie Brown
  • Flawless, by Jan Moran
  • Last Train to Istanbul, by Ayse Kulin
  • Chasing Paris, by Jen Carter
  • Murder in Nice, by Susan Kiernan-Lewis
  • Cargo, by D V Berkom
  • Deadly Investment, by Jill Patterson
  • The Reed Ferguson Mystery series, by Renee Pawlish
  • The Mercy Watts Box Set, by A W Hartoin
  • To catch a spinster, by Megan Bryce
  • Longshot in Missouri, by Keith Baker
  • Life II, by Scott Spotson
  • Come Home to me, by Peggy Henderson
  • Fix You, by Carrie Elks
  • Murder on the Orient Express, by Agatha Christie

Coming Soon: look out for a review on ‘Dying for a Living’ by Kory M Shrum


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An aspiring cellist, I absolutely adore reading, and even if it means squeezing it into the cracks of my busy life I am still determined to read more! For me, a truly great novel isn't just flashy with a fast paced plot and glossy characters, it is good literature that traps you with every word and entices you to read on. I write quick-to-read book reviews on CreativeThoughtBubble, as well as occasionally publishing short stories of my own.

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