47. Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John green and David levihan
48. The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel hawthorne (I HATED this book)
49. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl
50. Veronica Decides to Die by Paulo Coalho
51. A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness (this one broke my heart
52. Drive by James Sallis
53. Black Heart on the Appalachian Trail by TJ forester
54. The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
Im DONE and then some!
43. The Suicide Shop by Jean Teule -This is being made into a beautiful looking animated film (looks to be better than the book actually) The trailer is here http://www.movieweb.com/news/the-suicide-shop-trailer worth a look if you are an animation or Tim Burton fan.
44. 101 Dalmations by Dodie Smith – Loved this, It is the book that the Disney films are based off of.
45. Enders Game- I love love loved this. I put off reading this because it is often listed as YA or Sci Fi, which are not my favorite genres. It turned out to be a beautifully written, SMART book.
46. The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
32. A series of unfortunate events book #3-Such a great childrens series
33. Clockwork Angel, Cassandra Claire- fairly good YA, I will read the rest of the trilogy
34. Invisible Monsters, Chuck Palahniuk- I really enjoy Palahniuk’s writing style, he reminds me a little of Vonnegut.
35.and 36. Feast of Fools and Midnight Alley, Rachael Caine. These books are part of the Morganville Vampires series.
37. The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde. This is a seriously hilarious play and has solidified my love of Wilde.
38. Harry Potter (book #1), JK Rowling, I may be the only person alive who has never read Harry Potter. I am trying to fix that.
39. I Don’t want to be Crazy, Samantha Shutz. This is a memoir of sorts written in prose about a women who struggles with anxiety. I wanted to like this as much as Wintergirls but it took me longer to get into. Still a good read though.
40 and 41. The Chronicles of Narnia (Books 1 and 5), C.S. Lewis. You have your Harry Potter and your LOTR hardcore fans but the Narnia series will always be my favorite.
42. The Infernals, John Connolly.