05 October 2012

Reading report for September 2012

I finished 12 books in September.
They fall into several genres, with romance being the most popular one. Half of the books could be called romances, although only three are labelled as such. The other three have strong romantic elements. Of the remaining books, five were non-fiction, of which two belong to my favourite non-fiction genre: travelogues. There was one reread, or rather re-listen, as it was an audio book.


The books:
Elisabeth Tova Bailey: The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating. Memoir/natural history.
H.E. Bates: The Darling Buds of May. Humourous fiction, romantic.
Bathroom Reader's Institute: Uncle John's Bathroom Reader Plunges into History. Trivia.
Calista Fox: IOU Sex. Erotic romance.
M.J. Fredrick: Road signs. Contemporary romance.
Ernesto 'Che' Guevara: The Motorcycle Diaries. Travelogue.
Steven D. & Stephen J. Dubner Leavitt: Superfreakonomics. Economics.
Debbie Macomber: 311 Pelican Court. Women‘s fiction, cosy, romantic.
Ellis Peters: The Rose Rent. Historical mystery.
Wilfred Thesiger: The Marsh Arabs. Travelogue.
J.R.R. Tolkien: The Lord of the Rings. Fantasy (audiobook, read by Rob Inglis).
J.R. Ward: Lover Reborn. Urban fantasy/Paranormal romance.



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