Thursday, July 17, 2008

Thirteen Thursday

Thirteen Books that I have read more than once.
1. The whole left Behind Series, by Lahay and Jenkins.
2. The Odd Thomas trilogy (fourlogy?), by D.Koontz.
3. Prophet, Piercing the Darkness, This Present Darkness, by Peretti
4. The Dark Wind, by T. Hillerman
5. The first Eagle, Skeleton Man, Hunting Badger, and many more from the library, by T. Hillerman.
6. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, by J.R.R. Tolkien.
7. The Hobbit, by Tolkien.
8. Babylon Rising, by Lahay & G. Dinallo (actually all of this series too)
9. A Secret Refuge series, by Lauraine Snelling
10.Refiners Fire series, by Lynn Austin
11.Sitka, by Louis Lamour (a lot of his books more than once)
12.Memoirs of a Geisha, by Arthur Golden.
13.Nightmares and Dreamscapes (short stories), by Stephen King.
This is just a sample of what I have and do read. I was looking at my book case and got the idea for this post. Of course I could go on, but who reading this couldn't do the same. We love bookworms!!!!


Toia said...

I never any of the books you have listed, but I have seen part of the Lord of the Rings Triliogy on DVD. Have a great say!!

Monday through Sunday said...

#3 and them!

Ruthie said...

Wow, you certainly have been busy reading.
Good list.

Kay Day said...

The Hobbit is the only thing on here I've read more than once.
I do want to read LOTR again, though.
I barely got through the Left Behind series. No desire to read again.
I read This Present Darkness and had no desire to read more. Although I did read The Oath, just because it was there.

I would like to read some LaMoure ( don't know how to spell that)
And dad has loaned me some Hillerman books, but I've not read any. I guess I will.

You're weird.

Kay Day said...

Oh, I liked Memoirs of a Geisha and would read that again.

And I might some day read Odd Thomas again, I have to read the next one now. If I can. I don't know if I can take it. Great book, but DANG!

QOTW said...

I've read the Odd Thomas books except for the new one. I'm waiting to read the next book in the Frankenstein series by Koontz. I think it was supposed to be out in 2007, but now it's going to be 2009. Years ago I read LOTR probably 6-8 times. I've read the Little House on the Prairie Books that many times too. I've read many of Stephen Kings' books but I don't read them much anymore. Tony Hillerman is one of my favorite authors. I've read a few Louis Lamour books and a few of Larry McMurtry's (of Lonesome Dove fame--although I haven't read that particular series). Right now I'm reading a book called "Quilt of Words" about the diaries and letters from about the 1880s. Very interesting.

Robin said...

I haven't heard another person say they had read Babylon Rising - cool. Now I'm trying to remember if that series is complete - feels like I left it with an open ended kind of feeling...

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Jen said...

That's a good list. I may have to get a couple of those.

Momstheword said...

FYI, Flower of the Family is having internet problems, so don't give up on her, please!


Robin said...

Hope your computer/internet problems are resolved soon. I miss reading your words :)