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Books Read in 2012

The Reading Stats for 2012

This is my ratings system:

1 star – An awful book.
2 stars – A mediocre book or one I disliked.
3 stars – Just an okay book, one I felt ho-hum about.
4 stars – A book I liked and thought was good.
4.5 stars – Excellent; ultimately a satisfying read.
5 stars – A book that I absolutely loved, all-around floored me and/or would absolutely reread.

 
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Books Completed
  1. King Dork by Frank Portman (1/1) 4.75 stars
  2. Saving Francesca by Melina Marchetta (1/3) 4.75 stars
  3. The Piper’s Son by Melina Marchetta (1/6) 5 stars
  4. Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake (1/6) 5 stars
  5. Sweethearts by Sarah Zarr (1/7) 4.25 stars
  6. The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson (1/7) 4.99 stars (would be five, except for the fact that it forcefully reminded me why I literally cannot watch soap operas. Or The Wonder Years.)
  7. Rot and Ruin by Jonathan Maberry (1/9) 4.5 stars
  8. The Gorgon in the Gully by Melina Marchetta (1/9) 5 stars
  9. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green (1/10) 5 stars
  10. Winter Town by Stephen Emond (1/11) 3.9 stars
  11. Cinder by Marissa Meyer (1/14) 4.5 stars
  12. Where Things Come Back by John Corey Whaley (1/15) 4.75 stars
  13. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith (1/16) 4.5 stars
  14. The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler (1/17) 3 stars
  15. The False Princess by Eilis O’Neal (1/17) 4.25 stars
  16. Stravaganza: City of Masks by Mary Hoffman (1/18) 4.5 stars
  17. Stravaganza: City of Stars by Mary Hoffman (1/19) 4.25 stars
  18. Stravaganza: City of Flowers by Mary Hoffman (1/20) 3.5 stars
  19. Un Lun Dun by China Mieville (1/22) 4.5 stars (if you like Jasper Fforde’s work, give this one a go. One word: binja)
  20. Long Lankin by Lindsey Barraclough ( 1/23) 4.5 stars (had me crying and clutching my cat like a little girl!)
  21. Split by Swati, Avasthi (1/24) 5 stars
  22. Plain Kate by Erin Bow (1/27) 5 stars (what a beautiful, sad sort of book. And Taggle, you are the love of my life!)
  23. The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater (1/28) re-read 5 stars
  24. Froi of the Exiles by Melina Marchetta (1/30) re-read 5 stars (Goodness, do I ever want Quintana of Charyn in my hot little hands)
  25. Anonyponymous: The Forgotten People Behind Everyday Words by John Marciano (2/4) 4.25 stars
  26. Coalition of Lions by Elizabeth Wein (2/4) 4.5 stars
  27. The Sunbird by Elizabeth Wein (2/4) 4.5 stars
  28. Getting the Girl by Markus Zusak (2/6) re-read 4.75 stars (Oh, that Wolfe family; they broke my heart and then put the pieces right back together again)
  29. The Gorgon in the Gully by Melina Marchetta (2/7) re-read 5 stars (Oh, Danny Griggs, you are so precious. Now I need to go read about your older brother in Jellicoe Road)
  30. Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta (2/8) re-read 5 stars (as if it would be anything less than that)
  31. Inside Out & Back Again by Thanhha Lai (2/10) 4.5 stars
  32. The Cabinet of Wonders: The Kronos Chronicles Book 1 by Marie Rukoski (2/11) 4 stars (World-building was clever, but I could spot a plot point a mile away sometimes)
  33. A Brief History of Montmoray by Michelle Cooper (2/14) 4.25 stars
  34. Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley (2/15) 5 stars (As Noah and the Whale would say, “love, love, love”)
  35. All These Things I’ve Done by Gabrielle Zevin (2/16) 3 stars (Lots of telling vs. showing and I never felt more than meh about any of the characters)
  36. Wonderstruck by Brian Selznick (2/16) 4.5 stars (Some of the storyline seemed a bit improbable, but I enjoyed the book enough that I’m willing to suspend my disbelief)
  37. Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley ( 2/20) 5 stars
  38. The Things a Brother Knows  by Dana Reinhardt (2/21) 4.25 stars (I loved the brother, family, & soldier returning home aspects of this book. Levi’s friend Pearl I could do without.)
  39. The Cheshire Cheese Cat: A Dickens of a Tale by Carmen Agra Deedy, et. al. (2/23) 4.5 stars
  40. The Agency: A Spy in the House by Y. S. Lee (2/24) 4.5 stars (good fun, this)
  41. Planesrunner by Ian McDonald (2/26) 4.25 stars (the heavy use of slang brought the rating down a bit, but the whole parallel world concept and use of airships brought it right back up)
  42. Raw Blue by Kristy Eagar (2/29) 4.5 stars (wish I knew more about surfing, so I could more easily picture the surfing scenes in my mind. Still a great book, nonetheless — reminded me of Melina Marchetta’s writing, sans humor.)
  43. Fracture by Megan Miranda (3/1) 4.25 (not an easy book to read, given the main character’s state of mind throughout most of the story, but one that makes you think.)
  44. The Storyteller by Antonia Michaelis (3/4) 4.5 stars (Man, have I ever been reading some heavy books here lately! This one just proved to me that the world is not a black and white sort of place. I’m still thinking about it hours after I finished reading)
  45. Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley (3/7) re-read 5 stars (This book is turning into another Chime, which is a good thing in my book)
  46. Bruiser by Neal Shusterman (3/7) 3.75 stars (Interesting subject matter, but I never really clicked with the characters — kind of thought most of them were jerks)
  47. Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta (3/10) re-read 5 stars
  48. Froi of the Exiles by Melina Marchetta (3/14) re-read 5 stars
  49. The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson (3/15) 5 stars (Talk about a strong heroine!)
  50. Ashes  by Ilsa J. Bick (3/16) re-read 4.5 stars (love how Ms. Bick got into the psychological aspects of surviving in an apocalyptic world with zombies and cults to make things even more complicated. As a child psychologist, she’s more than qualified to do so.)
  51. Divergent by Veronica Roth (3/19) re-read 5 stars
  52. And Then Things Fall Apart by Arlaina Tibensky (3/20) 4.5 stars
  53. A Little Wanting Song by Cath Crowley (3/26) 5 stars (Ms. Crowley did it again)
  54. Tempest by Julie Cross (3/28) 5 freaking stars (time travel, espionage, romance — what more could you want in a book? That’s what I thought.)
  55. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews (3/29) unrated (This would be a great book to give a teen boy reader or someone who enjoys books like Carter Finally Gets It. Me, I can’t even watch The Wonder Years without cringing and running from the room — I can’t do hilariously awkward teen boy narrators.)
  56. Shelter by Harlan Coben (3/30) 3.75 stars (I found myself liking the plot more than the characters — might work for some, but I am a character reader.)
  57. The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen (3/31) 4.25 stars (might have been higher, had I not been exposed to Megan Whalen Turner’s writing. I’ll leave it at that, lest I give anything away.)
  58. The Other Countess by Eve Edwards (4/2) 4 stars (a pretty good romancey Elizabethan historical fiction novel, but could have been better if the plot was tightened up a bit. I didn’t really need to see things from a secondary character’s maid’s perspective.)
  59. Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers (4/3) 5 stars (I think my reading slump is over, ladies and gentlemen — this book was fantastic! Ismae and Duval were so lovely together.)
  60. Ashen Winter by Mike Mullin (4/4) 4.25 (This is a plot-centric book and I prefer to read for the characters, BUT if you are looking for a well researched, non-stop, leave-you-breathless-on-the-edge-of-your-seat book about how life might be after a massive volcano explodes and destroys life as we know if, well, then, this is your book.)
  61. Wanderlove by Kristen Hubbard (4/5) 4.25 stars (made me want to go backpacking on the cheap somewhere off the beaten path.)
  62. Chime by Franny Billingsley (4/8) re-read stars (my sweet Briony and Eldric, how I love you)
  63. The Vanishing Game by Kate Kae Myers (4/9) 4 stars (interesting concept, though some of the dialogue and prose was a bit stilted. Still, the ending was unexpected.)
  64. Bittersweet by Sarah Ockler (4/11) 3.75 stars (I had a love-hate relationship with this book. It gave me whiplash)
  65. The Piper’s Son by Melina Marchetta (4/15) 5 stars (It’s the mark of a brilliant writer and a book that will stand the test of time that the same passages I’ve read a dozen times still have the power to move me and make me laugh the same way they did they first time I encountered them.)
  66. Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi (4/16) re-read 4.5 stars (I think I liked this even better the second time around.)
  67. The Springsweet by Saundra Mitchell (4/18) 5 stars (Everything I hoped it would be and more.)
  68. The Book of Blood and Shadow by Robin Wasserman (4/20) 4 stars (Whatever you do, don’t skip ahead like I did.)
  69. Insurgent by Veronica Roth (4/23) 5 stars (I can’t get this book out of my head. I think I need to re-read it just to wrap my brain around all that happened.)
  70. Graffiti Moon (Australian version) by Cath Crowley (4/25) 4.9 stars (I think I like the American version just a bit better than the Oz one, though I might be biased since I read it first. It’s tightened up in just the right places (unnecessary dialogue is eliminated and Lucy’s narrative is less focused on her parental issues and more focused on showing how awesome she is. Plus, more art references are always a bonus.) and fleshed out exactly where it needs to be (I’m so glad that Ms. Crowley chose to include the scene where Ed shows Lucy Shadow’s work at the caravan — it gives us that much more insight into who he is and sets the mood properly for the bit of news Ed tells Lucy.))
  71. The Springsweet by Saundra Mitchell (4/27) re-read 5 stars
  72. Insurgent by Veronica Roth (4/30) re-read 5 stars (I think I liked it even better the second time around. I also took copious notes, so look for a review in the near future.)
  73. The Thief by Megan Whalen Turner (5/1) re-read 4.5 stars (love my boy, Gen)
  74. Grave Mercy by Robin La Fevers (5/4) re-read 5 stars
  75. The Blue Sword by Robin McKinley (5/7) re-read 5 stars
  76. Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein (5/7) 5 stars (This is a heavy-hitting book, but it’s so worth it in the end. I think everyone should give it  a go, even if they do end up crying like a baby.)
  77. Fire and Hemlock by Diana Wynne Jones (5/7) 4.25 stars
  78. Hourglass by  Myra McEntire (5/8) 3.5 stars (I loved the sassiness of the main character, but there were some things about her that drove me crazy as well. I also don’t like that she and this guy have known each other for a handful of days and they’re already breaking out the I love yous.)
  79. Flora’s Fury by Ysabeau S. Wilce (5/9) 4.75 stars (How I adore Flora and her world and I am jealous of all the adventures she has within this world.)
  80. Night Beach by Kirsty Eagar (5/10) 4.5 stars (This book went in directions that I certainly wasn’t expecting when I ordered it, which wasn’t a bad thing at all. Contemporary with a dark, Gothic sort of twist.)
  81. The Apothecary by Maile Meloy (5/13) re-read 5 stars
  82. The Shifter by Janice Hardy (5/15) 4 stars (good potential for a fun fantasy series)
  83. Slammed by Colleen Hoover (5/15) 2 stars (Grammar errors + Insta-love + unlikable characters = a no in my book)
  84. In the Forests of the Night by Kersten Hamilton (5/16) 4.75 stars (It had a bit of a slow start and is mostly a transitional novel, as second books in a trilogy sometimes are, but I couldn’t be bothered by it, since I enjoyed the Irish mythology and spending time with the lovely, often hilarious characters.)
  85. The Wandering Fire by Guy Gavriel Kay (5/18) 3.75 stars (I wouldn’t say that this is a bad book, just not quite the book for me. All the flowery language and ridiculous names and gigantic cast of characters remind me why I don’t generally pick up high fantasy.)
  86. The Story of Us by Deb Caletti (5/18) 5 stars (I’d give this book to any high school graduate or college graduate or anyone going through a transitional period in their lives and are freaking out about it. I spent most of the book feeling anxious for Cricket, the wonderful main character, and her family, but I was comforted by the promise of an eventual happy ending for all of them.)
  87. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins (5/18) 4.75 stars (This book was difficult to rate. On the one hand, I loved  the humor, the boarding school in Paris setting, and the lovely swoon fest between St. Clair and Anna, BUT  when the central plot is a will they or won’t they end up together, you generally get a lot of awkward moments of misunderstandings and miscommunication between the potential love interests and my poor heart  just. can’t. take. that!)
  88. Legend by Marie Lu (5/19) re-read 4.25 stars
  89. The Last Princess by Galaxy Craze (5/20) 4 stars (Dystopian novels: now with royalty. I liked it, but it didn’t blow me away.)
  90. Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley – American edition (5/22) re-read 5 stars (How many times does this make it? I’ve lost track.)
  91. Blackout by Mira Grant (5/24) 4.75 stars (A fitting conclusion to a trilogy that’s always been about more than zombies. Mira Grant pulled no punches in her take on medical ethics and the pursuit of truth at all costs.)
  92. The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson (5/27) re-read 4.75 stars (I think I liked this one even better the second time around. It has the right blend of humor and grimness, coupled with an amazingly unique premise and delightful main character. Can’t wait for the sequel.)
  93. Time Between Us by Tamara Ireland Stone (5/28) 4 stars (Go into this one knowing it’s not going to have the same sort of flash-bang qualities of a Doctor Who episode and I think you’ll quite like this quiet, thoughtful time traveling story.)
  94. Dead to You by Lisa McMann (5/29) 4 stars (McMann uses a very sparse writing style, which generally isn’t my favorite, but she’s tackled such an interesting subject matter with this book. Worth checking out.)
  95. Froi of the Exiles by Melina Marchetta (6/1) re-read 5 stars (I’ve lost track of the number of times I’ve read this book, but it still packs the same emotional punch as the first time I read it.)
  96. The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken (6/2) 4.75 stars (Damn, that was a good book.)
  97. A Confusion of Princes by Garth Nix (6/3) 4.25 stars (Proof that not all s/f has to be plot-centric.)
  98. Once Was Lost by Sara Zarr (6/4) 4.5 stars (Proof positive that no one is perfect and it’s okay to have doubts.)
  99. The Blue Fire by Janice Hardy (6/6) 4 stars (I think if I had read this series when I was the target age-range, I would have loved it, because the plot is interesting. It’s just that there’s so many characters and most of them are so one-dimensional that I hardly remember who they are when their name is mentioned. That’s never a good sign for a person who reads for characters.)
  100. The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen (6/8) reread 4.75 stars (It’s good to see that this book stood up to rereading — I was able to pick up things I didn’t notice the first time around.)
  101. Blood Red Road by Moira Young (6/10) reread 4.75 stars
  102. The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater (6/14) reread 5 stars
  103. Liar’s Moon by Elizabeth C. Bunce (6/18) re-read 4.5 stars
  104. Something Like Normal by Trish Doller (6/21) 5 stars (Number one: the cover is a big pile of no. You have a book with a Marine as the main character and you slap a picture of people making out on the front of it? Even I was embarrassed to be caught reading it. Number two:  the awfulness of the cover was overshadowed by the awesomeness of Travis and Harper. He has a heart of gold underneath that rough exterior and she’s caring and sympathetic in helping Travis deal with his issues without smothering him or being overprotective.  Plus, she doesn’t roll over and take any crap.)
  105. The Gray Wolf Throne by Cinda Williams Chima (6/22) re-read 4-4.25 stars (There are things I like about this series, but I don’t think it’s destined to be one of my favorite and I can’t seem to figure out why. Still, I’m looking forward to reading the next book when it’s released this fall.)
  106. The King Must Die by Mary Renault (6/27) 4 stars
  107. Dust & Decay by Jonathan Maberry (7/2) 4.25 stars (Nice to see a book that effectively combines action and adventure with pretty well-developed characters — and a zombie book at that.)
  108. The Camelot Caper by Elizabeth Peters (7/4) 3.75 stars (Cracking good fun, though perhaps not as polished as her Vicky Bliss series.)
  109. The King of Attolia by Megan Whalen Turner (7/6) 5 stars (always a good time visiting with Gen & Co.)
  110. Keeping the Castle by Patricia Kindl (7/7) 4.25 stars (Is it predictable if you have read a Jane Austen book or two? Yes, but I did laugh quite a bit.)
  111. Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson (7/8) 3.5 stars (I thought some things were done well, like Taylor’s burgeoning relationship with her dad in the last months of his life, but most of the characters had more in common  with cardboard cutouts than real people.)
  112. Long Night Dance by Betsy James (7/9) 4.5 stars (This is an unusual sort of story, but I quite liked it)
  113. Dark Heart by Betsy James (7/10) 4.5 stars
  114. Listening at the Gate by Betsy James (7/12) 3.75 stars (Disappointing — I quite liked the first two books in the trilogy, but this one had some serious drawbacks. Still, beautiful quality of writing.)
  115. Seraphina by Rachel Hartman (7/18) 5 stars (Now that’s what I’m talking about! What a refreshing book after so many ho-hum ones here lately.)
  116. For Darkness Show the Stars by Diana Peterfreund (7/21) 4 stars (Hmm, I’m not quite sure what to think about this one. On the one hand, I like a book that makes me think about moral/ethical issues. On the other hand, I like romances that I can root for and I couldn’t really do that for this one, considering one half of the equation behaved like an absolute ass for the majority of the book over a misunderstanding that happened four years prior. If the pair of them actually bothered to communicate with one another instead of assuming certain things, then their issues would have been resolved so much quicker than they were and I would have been less annoyed.)
  117. Thieftaker by D.B. Jackson (7/23) 4.5 stars (Historical fiction, murder mystery and magic all rolled into one book? Be still my heart.)
  118. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater (7/24) 5 stars (!!!!!)
  119. Seraphina by Rachel Hartman (8/1) re-read 5 stars (Even lovelier than the first time around.)
  120. Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo (8/2) 4.5 stars
  121. The Girl with Borrowed Wings by Rinsai Rossetti (8/4) 3.75 stars
  122. Small Damages by Beth Kephart (8/6) 4.25 stars
  123. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater (8/9) re-read 5 stars (There are no words sufficient to describe how lovely this book is and how lovely I know the rest of the series will be.)
  124. This is Shyness by Leanne Hall (8/10) 4.5 stars
  125. Queen of the Night by Leanne Hall (8/10) 4.5 stars
  126. The Best Night of Your (Pathetic) Life by Tara Altebrando (8/15) 4 stars
  127. The Girl of Nightmares by Kendare Blake (8/25) 4.5 stars
  128. Insignia by S.J. Kincaid (8/26) 4.25 stars
  129. Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb (8/27) 4.5 stars (For those of you who don’t mind reading a slightly depressing book where nothing ever seems to turn out well for the main character.)
  130. Ferragost by Melina Marchetta (8/31) 5 stars (Fantastic short story murder mystery featuring the lovely Lady Celie of the Lumatere Chronicles. Left me pining for Quintana of Charyn’s release date.)
  131. Molasses by Kirsty Eager (8/31) 4.25 stars
  132. Shadows by Ilsa J. Bick (9/3) 3.75 stars ( A mostly transitional book as second books in a series often are. Not quite the follow-up I was hoping for to the outstanding Ashes.)
  133. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater re-read 5 stars (This book is becoming addicting)
  134. Graffiti Moon audio by Cath Crowley (9/3) (I don’t normally care for audio books, since I’m picky about narrators, but this was amazing. Perfect narrators for all three points of view.)
  135. The Game of Kings by Dorothy Dunnett (9/9) re-read 4.5 stars
  136. Graffiti Moon audio by Cath Crowley (9/13) re-listen 5 stars (So good, I listened to it a second time)
  137. Queen’s Play by Dorothy Dunnett (9/15) 5 stars
  138. The Disorderly Knights by Dorothy Dunnet (9/23) 5 stars (This is all you need to know: 800 sheep in steel helmets.  Francis Crawford, you’re brilliant and wickedly clever.)
  139. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater (9/28) re-read 5 stars (This book is so pretty, y’all! Like, ridiculously so. I don’t know how Ms. Stiefvater always manages to get such stellar cover art, but they really went all out with this one. The background is even pearlized.)
  140. Crown of Embers by Rae Carson (9/28) 5 stars (In short, one of the best books I’ve read all year. Elisa is the very definition of a strong female character and I don’t say that because she could kick my butt. Plus there’s a sizzling romance — sa-woon!)
  141. Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson (10/1) re-read 4.5 stars (Spoilers, sweetie: It’s interesting that I felt quite sad when a certain romantic interest dies during my initial reading of this book, but I didn’t feel it this time around. I think it’s because I knew that what Elisa felt with this person was calf-love, as it hadn’t hardly any time to develop into something deeper and lasting, but that there is someone in Crown of Embers that is worthy of a life-long sort of love.)
  142. Vessel by Sarah Beth Durst (10/5) 3 stars (Some good things about this book, but mostly just meh)
  143. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater (10/9) re-read 5 stars
  144. Quintana of Charyn by Melina Marchetta (10/10) 5 stars (The perfect conclusion to this trilogy. I couldn’t have asked for more.)
  145. Quintana of Charyn by Melina Marchetta (10/14) re-read 5 stars
  146. The Dark Unwinding by Sharon Cameron 4.5 stars
  147. Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan 4.5 stars
  148. Dodger by Terry Pratchett 4.5 stars
  149. The Spring Before I Met You by Sara Rees Brennan
  150. The Summer Before I Met You by Sara Rees Brennan
  151. Hattie Big Sky by Kirby Larson
  152. How to Tell if Your Cat is Trying to Kill You by The Oatmeal
  153. Dying to Know You by Aidan Chambers
  154. The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
  155. Necromancing the Stone by Lish McBride
  156. The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss
  157. The Crimson Crown by Cinda Williams Chima
  158. My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece by Annabel Pitcher
  159. Dustlands by Moira Young
  160. The Witch of Blackbird Pond by Elizabeth George Speare
  161. Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
  162. The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater
  163. A Leaf on the Wind of All Hallows by Diana Gabaldon
  164. The Rook by Daniel O’Malley
  165. Passion Blue by Victoria Strauss
  166. The Madness Underneath by Maureen Johnson
  167. The Christmas Train by David Baldacci
  168. The Woman Who Died A Lot by Jasper Fforde
  169. The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
  170. Out of the Easy by Ruta Sepetys
  171. The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper Fforde
  172. Let it Snow by John Green, et. al.
  173. Death by Petticoat: American History Myths Debunked by Mary Miley Theobald
  174. Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor
  175. Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta
  176. Witch Week by Diana Wynne Jones
 
TBR
Books Abandoned
  • The Uninvited by Tim Wynne Jones (Is it terribly shallow of me to give up on a book because some of the names were so very, very bad? I mean, come on: Cramer? Stooley? Mavis?)
  • Rock On by Denise Vega (Way, way, way too young on the YA spectrum for me. Plus, the same thing kept happening over and over again: big brother acts like a jerk, little brother gets all upset about it and then flashes back to demonstrate a time when older brother had been the best big brother ever. It got old quickly.)
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