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I’m aware that as a wannabe writer I should read more, but that’s that at least now! Plus I have this bad habit to reread books I like so it’s easy you’ll find the same titles more than once!

From 2015 (because numbers make me nervous!!!)

  1. Harry Potter and the goblet of fire by J.K.Rowling (10/10)….of course!
  2. Il Cervello anarchico by Enzo Soresi (7/10)
  3. Gone by Michael Grant (10/10)
  4. How to write Sci-fi and Fantasy by Orson Scott Card (9/10)…finally! 
  5. I tre moschettieri by Alexandre Dumas (10/10)…I love Athos!
  6. Coraline by Neil Gaiman (10/10)
  7. Matilda by Roald Dhal (10/10) reread!
  8. Hunger Games  by Suzanne Collins (10/10) reread number 3!
  9. Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (10/10) Still my favorite after 3 rereads!
  10. The mockingjay by Suzanne Collins (10/10) 😀
  11. Of mice and men by John Steinbeck (10/10) I loved it although I cried a lot! 
  12. La fine del mondo e il paese delle meraviglie by Haruki Murakami (10/10)
  13. The ghost pirates by William Hope Hodgson (10/10) AUDIO
  14. Ancient appetites by Oisín McGann (10/10) The reread is always a pleasure. 
  15. Camilla by by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu (10/10) AUDIO
  16. Dracula by Bram Stoker (10/10) AUDIO
  17. Volevo solo averti accanto by Ronald H. Balson (10/10)
  18. The maze runner by by James Dashner (9/10)
  19. The scorch trials  by James Dashner (9/10)
  20. The death cure by James Dashner (9/10)
  21. The wisdom of the dead man by Oisín McGann (In progress) 
  22. Outlander by Diana Gabaldon  (In progress)
  23. Hunger by Michael Grant  (In progress)
  24. Irish ghost stories by various writers (In progress)
  25. Wizards first rule by Terry Goodkind (In progress)
  26. Memorie del sottosuolo by Fyodor Dostoyevsky (In progress)
  27. Delitto e castigo by Fyodor Dostoyevsky (In progress)
  28. A Song of Ice and Fire –  volume three by G. R. R. Martin  (In progress)
  29. City of bones by Cassandra Clare (8/10)
  30. The book thief by Markus Zusak (In progress)
  31. Enciclopedia. Tutta la seconda Guerra Mondiale-volume 1 (In progress)
  32. Madame Bovary by Gustave Flauber (In progress)
  33. Shadowmagic by John Lenahan AUDIO read by the writer which is extra cool(In progress)
  34. Mad Grandad and the flying saucer by Oisín McGann (10/10)
  35. Mad Grandad and the robot garden by Oisín McGann (10/10)
  36. Mad Grandad’s wicked pictures by Oisín McGann (10/10)
  37. Mad Grandad’s doppelganger by Oisín McGann (10/10)
  38. Mad Grandad and the mutant river by Oisín McGann (10/10)
  39. Mad Grandad and the Kleptoes by Oisín McGann (10/10)
  40. The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne (10/10)

2014

(15 books finished during the year, only one more than last year… :'(…)

  1. The Lord of the rings II by J.R. Tolkien (7/10…just because the finale was great!) 
  2. Journey to the centre of the earth by Jule Verne (2/10) AUDIO
  3. Ozma of Oz by L. Frank Baum (9/10) AUDIO (I hadto start all over again the first 3 chapters so I can consider it this year book!)
  4. How to write Sci-fi and Fantasy by Orson Scott Card (Unfinished)
  5. God is not great by Christopher Hitchens (Abandoned. It is great, but too difficult to read both as style and content. Unless you’re a scholar you cannot follow!)
  6. GOT- A clash of Kings by G. R. R. Martin (9/10)
  7. Se questo è un uomo by Primo Levi (10/10) – very sad!
  8. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (10/10) It was time to read all of them again! 
  9. Catching fire by Suzanne Collins (10/10) Still my favorite!
  10. The mockingjay by Suzanne Collins (10/10) 😀
  11. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling (10/10) – The re-reading list hasn’t finished yet!
  12. Se questo e’ un uomo by Primo Levi (10/10)
  13. Divergent by Veronica Roth  (10/10)
  14. Insurgent by Veronica Roth  (6/10)…I don’t remember the content…
  15. Allegiant by Veronica Roth (4/10)…disappointed, not for the finale itself but for the way she dealt with the whole thing! 
  16. La tregua by Primo Levi (10/10)
  17. Harry potter and the chamber of secrets by J.K.Rowling (8/10) Told you…
  18. Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban by J.K.Rowling (9/10) Of course! 
  19. Ireland’s haunted women by Christina McKenna (6/10) Content interesting and nice, but style is weird! 
  20. Harry Potter and the goblet of fire by J.K.Rowling (Unfinished)
  21. Cervello anarchico (Non fiction) by Enzo Soresi (Unfinished)
  22. Gone by Michael Grant (Unfinished)

2013

(14 books finished during the year 2 more than last year…not bad!)

  1. The Lord of the rings II by J.R.Tolkien (Unfinished…again yes again!)
  2. Dubliners by J.Joyce (6/10)
  3. Dr. Dale’s Encyclopedia how to survive a Zombie Apocalypose. (8/10)
  4. Harry Potter and the deathly hollows by J.K.Rowling  (10/10)
  5. The wonderful  wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum (10/10) AUDIO
  6. The marvelous land of Oz  by L. Frank Baum (10/10) AUDIO
  7. Th1rteen r3asons why by Jay Asher (10/10)
  8. Journey to the centre of the earth by Jule Verne (Unfinished) AUDIO
  9. The Borrowers (part of The Complete Borrowers) by Mary Norton (8/10)
  10. Ozma of Oz by L. Frank Baum (Unfinished) AUDIO
  11. Breaking the wishbone by Siobhán Parkinson (10/10)
  12. Brian Boru by Morgan Llywelyn (10/10)
  13. Kate by Siobhán Parkinson (10/10)
  14. The love bean by Siobhán Parkinson (10/10)
  15. The Game of Thrones by G.R.R.Martin (9/10)
  16. The magic finger by Roald Dhal (10/10)
  17. The Alchemyst by Micheal Scott (10/10)
  18. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (10/10)
  19. Catching fire by Suzanne Collins (10/10)
  20. The mockingjay by Suzanne Collins (10/10)
  21. How to write Sci-fi and Fantasy by Orson Scott Card (Unfinished)
  22. God is not great by Christopher Hitchens (Unfinished)

2012 

  1. The Lord of the rings II by J.R.Tolkien (Unfinished)
  2. Ancient appetites by Oisín McGann (10/10)
  3. Dubliners by J.Joyce (Unfinished)
  4. Dr. Dale’s Encyclopedia how to survive a Zombie Apocalypose. (Unfinished)
  5. Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone by J.K.Rowling (8/10)
  6. Harry potter and the chamber of secrets by J.K.Rowling (8/10)
  7. Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban by J.K.Rowling (9/10)
  8. Harry Potter and the goblet of fire by J.K.Rowling (9/10)
  9. Harry Potter and the order of the phoenix by J.K.Rowling (9/10)
  10. Harry Potter and the half-blood prince by J.K.Rowling (9/10)
  11. Harry Potter and the deathly hollows by J.K.Rowling  (Unfinished)
  12. The vile desire to scream by Oisín McGann (10/10)
  13. Il Principe by Niccolo’ Macchiavelli (9/10)
  14. L’amante by Marguerite Duras (4/10)

2011

  1. Ryme Stew by Roald Dhal
  2. Uncle Jack by Tony WIlliams with Humphrey Price
  3. House of many ways by Diana Wynne Jones
  4. Pirates of Quentaris by Sherryl Clark
  5. The tales of Beedle the bard by J.K. Rowling
  6. The fifth Sorceress  by Robert Newcomb
  7. The Lord of the rings I by J.R.Tolkien
  8. Treasure island by Robert L. Stevenson
  9. Under Fragile Stone by Oisín McGann
  10. Brilliant by Roddy Doyle
  11. Full Moon Rising by  Keri Arthur
  12. Cirque du Freak by Darren Shan
  13. The Vampire Assistant by Darren Shan
  14. Tunnels of Blood by Darren Shan
  15. Vampire Mountains by Darren Shan
  16. Trials of Death by Darren Shan
  17. The Vampire Prince by Darren Shan
  18. Wizard’s first rule by Terry Goodkind (Left)
  19. Stardust by Neil Gaiman
  20. Vampire dusk- London by Sebastian Rook

Random before 2011 (I’ll add here titles as I remember them! There are far more of course!)

  1. I promessi sposi by Alessandro Manzoni
  2. La coscienza di Zeno by Italo Svevo
  3. Il nome della rosa by Umberto Eco
  4. Genji, storia del principe splendente by Murasaki Shikibu
  5. I racconti del guanciale by Sei Shonagon
  6. Dracula by Bram Stoker
  7. Light, wind and dream by Nakajima Atsushi
  8. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert L. Stevenson
  9. Il piccolo principe by Antoine de Saint Exupéry
  10. Il barone rampante by Italo Calvino
  11. Il visconte dimezzato by Italo Calvino
  12. The harvest tide project  by Oisín McGann
  13. Il conte di montecristo by A.Dumas
  14. Madame Bovarie by G. Flaubert
  15. Foglia d’acero by Luisa Adorno
  16. Orgoglio e pregiudizio by Jane Austen
  17. Emma by Jane Austen
  18. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
  19. Cime tempestose by Emily Brontë
  20. Tortuga by Valerio Evangelisti
  21. Boy and going solo by Roald Dhal
  22. BFG by Roald Dhal
  23. Matilda by Roald Dhal
  24. The Witches by Roald Dhal
  25. Esio Trot by Roald Dhal
  26. Charlie and the chocolate factory by Roald Dhal
  27. Charlie and the  great glass elevator by Roald Dhal
  28. James and giant peach by Roald Dhal 
  29. The enormous crocodile by Roald Dhal
  30. The twits by Roald Dhal
  31. George’s marvellous medicine by Roald Dhal
  32. The giraffe, the pelly and me by Roald Dhal
  33. The vicar of Nibbleswicke by Roald Dhal
  34. Castle in the air  by Diana Wynne Jones
  35. Howl’s moving castle  by Diana Wynne Jones
  36. Kitchen by Banana Yoshimoto
  37. Alice in wonderland and through the looking glass by L. Carroll
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