A book a week


WeekBook(s) read 
Dec. 31 - Jan. 6   
Jan. 7 - Jan. 13 Robert Holdstock, Mythago Wood[DETAILS]
Jan. 14 - Jan. 20 Iain M. Banks, Inversions[DETAILS]
 Louis de Bernières, Captain Corelli's Mandolin[DETAILS]
Jan. 21 - Jan. 27 Umberto Eco, The Name of the Rose[DETAILS]
Jan. 28 - Feb. 3 Gabriel Garcia Marquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude[DETAILS]
Feb. 4 - Feb. 10 Kenzaburo Oe, Nip the Buds, Shoot the Kids[DETAILS]
 Philip K. Dick, Valis[DETAILS]
Feb. 11 - Feb. 17 Herman Hesse, The Prodigy[DETAILS]
Feb. 18 - Feb. 24 Jeanette Winterson, The.Powerbook[DETAILS]
Feb. 25 - Mar. 3 Samuel Beckett, Murphy[DETAILS]
Mar. 3 - Mar. 10 Anne Edwards, Judy Garland: A Biography[DETAILS]
 Geoff Ryman, Was[DETAILS]
Mar. 11 - Mar. 17 Jean-Paul Sartre, Words[DETAILS]
Mar. 18 - Mar. 24 Virginia Woolf, Orlando[DETAILS]
Mar. 25 - Mar. 31 Francoise Sagan, Bonjour Tristesse[DETAILS]
Apr. 1 - Apr. 7 Jonathan Coe, The House of Sleep[DETAILS]
Apr. 8 - Apr. 14 Lynne Truss, Tennyson's Gift[DETAILS]
 Spike Milligan and Anthony Clare, Depression and How to Survive It[DETAILS]
 Angela Carter, The Infernal Desire Machines of Dr Hoffman[DETAILS]
 Susanna Kaysen, Girl, Interrupted[DETAILS]
 Mervyn Peake, Titus Groan[DETAILS]
 Tom Standage, The Victorian Internet[DETAILS]
Apr. 15 - Apr. 21Jack Kerouac, On the Road[DETAILS]
 Aldous Huxley, Point Counter Point[DETAILS]
Apr. 22 - Apr. 28 Christopher Priest, The Affirmation[DETAILS]
 Phil Drabble, Badgers at my Window[DETAILS]
Apr. 29 - May 5 Kate Atkinson, Behind the Scenes at the Museum[DETAILS]
 Michael Moorcock, The War Hound and the World's Pain[DETAILS]
May 6 - May 12 Evgeny Zamyatin, We[DETAILS]
May 13 - May 19 Michael Marshall Smith, Spares[DETAILS]
May 20 - May 26 J. L. Carr, A Month in the Country[DETAILS]
May 27 - Jun 2 Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon, Preacher[DETAILS]
 Sebastian Faulks, Birdsong[DETAILS]
Jun 3 - Jun 9 Richard Calder, Frenzetta[DETAILS]
 Roland Barthes, Mythologies[DETAILS]
Jun 10 - Jun 16 Federico Andahazi (trans. Alberto Manguel), The Merciful Women[DETAILS]
 Alan Moore & David Lloyd, V for Vendetta[DETAILS]
Jun 17 - Jun 23 Jostein Gaarder, Vita Brevis[DETAILS]
 Mike Carey, Lucifer: Devil in the Gateway[DETAILS]
Jun 24 - Jun 30 Evangeline Walton, The Island of the Mighty[DETAILS]
Jul 1 - Jul 7 David Lodge, Therapy[DETAILS]
 Sarah Waters, Tipping the Velvet[DETAILS]
Jul 8 - Jul 14 Roddy Doyle, Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha[DETAILS]
Jul 15 - Jul 21 Mikhail Bulgakov, The Master and Margarita[DETAILS]
Jul 22 - Jul 28 Anthony Masters, Badger Boy[DETAILS]
 James Meek, The Museum of Doubt[DETAILS]
 Professor A. M. Low, Satellite in Space[DETAILS]
Jul 29 - Aug 4 P. G. Wodehouse, The Small Bachelor[DETAILS]
 DSA/BSM, Driving Theory Test Questions for car drivers and motorcyclists[DETAILS]
 Iona and Peter Opie, The Lore and Language of Schoolchildren[DETAILS]
 David Madsen, Orlando Crispe's Flesh-Eater's Cookbook[DETAILS]
Aug 5 - Aug 11 Milan Kundera, Life is Elsewhere[DETAILS]
 Boris Vian, Froth on the Daydream[DETAILS]
Aug 12 - Aug 18 Neal Stephenson, Cryptonomicon[DETAILS]
 Martha Cooley, The Archivist[DETAILS]
Aug 19 - Aug 25 J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets[DETAILS]
 J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban[DETAILS]
 Dave Eggers, A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius[DETAILS]
Aug 26 - Sep 1 Rhys H. Hughes, Rawhead and Bloody Bones and Elusive Plato[DETAILS]
Sep 2 - Sep 8 Philip Pullman, The Amber Spyglass[DETAILS]
 Raymond Queneau, The Sunday of Life[DETAILS]
Sep 9 - Sep 15 Joanna Russ, Extra(ordinary) People[DETAILS]
 Helen Fielding, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason[DETAILS]
Sep 16 - Sep 22 David Eddings, The Losers[DETAILS]
 Jack Womack, Random Acts of Senseless Violence[DETAILS]
Sep 23 - Sep 29 William Gibson, Burning Chrome[DETAILS]
 Nigel Williams, Scenes from a Poisoner's Life[DETAILS]
 Roald Dahl, Switch Bitch[DETAILS]
Sep 30 - Oct 6 Roald Dahl, Over to You[DETAILS]
 Bruce Sterling (ed.), Mirrorshades: The Cyberpunk Anthology[DETAILS]
Oct 7 - Oct 13 J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire[DETAILS]
 Diana Wynne Jones, Eight Days of Luke[DETAILS]
 Rumiko Takahashi, Mermaid Forest[DETAILS]
 Emma Bull, Bone Dance[DETAILS]
Oct 14 - Oct 20 Cesare Pavese, The Leather Jacket[DETAILS]
 Judith Ware, The Faxon Secret[DETAILS]
 Martin Rowson, The Waste Land[DETAILS]
Oct 21 - Oct 27 Mikhail Bulgakov, Black Snow: A Theatrical Novel[DETAILS]
 Darin Strauss, Chang & Eng[DETAILS]
 Felice Picano, Like People in History[DETAILS]
Oct 28 - Nov 3 Margaret Atwood, The Robber Bride[DETAILS]
Nov 4 - Nov 10 Peter Ackroyd, Chatterton[DETAILS]
 Peter Carey, Oscar and Lucinda[DETAILS]
Nov 11 - Nov 17 Walter M. Miller, Jr., A Canticle for Leibowitz[DETAILS]
Nov 18 - Nov 24 Neil Gaiman, Smoke and Mirrors[DETAILS]
Nov 25 - Dec 1 Leonard Cohen, Beautiful Losers[DETAILS]
 J. P. Martin, Uncle[DETAILS]
 John Preston, Deadly Lies[DETAILS]
Dec 2 - Dec 8 Justina Robson, Silver Screen[DETAILS]
Dec 9 - Dec 15 Malcolm Bradbury, The History Man[DETAILS]
 Ray Russell, Incubus[DETAILS]
 Alon Gratch, Ph. D., If Men Could Talk: Here's What They'd Say[DETAILS]
Dec 16 - Dec 22 Kurt Vonnegut, Cat's Cradle[DETAILS]
Dec 23 - Dec 29 John Brunner, Now Then[DETAILS]
 Tamora Pierce, First Test[DETAILS]
 Tamora Pierce, Page[DETAILS]
 Tamora Pierce, Squire[DETAILS]
Dec 30 - Jan 5 Arthur C. Clarke, Childhood's End[DETAILS]
 Michael Moorcock, The Final Programme[DETAILS]
 R. H. Blyth, Games Zen Masters Play[DETAILS]