2016 Reads

Books I Read in 2016 (updated periodically).

Linked if reviewed. (If it’s not reviewed, I usually still do a brief summary of what I thought, in my monthly-ish reading roundup posts: Reading Roundup 2016: #1, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7)

  1. Fire and Hemlock – Diana Wynne Jones
  2. Yorien’s Hand – Jenelle Leanne Schmidt (Reviewed on The Road of a Writer)
  3. The Thief Lord – Cornelia Funke
  4. Prince of Demargen – E. Kaiser Writes
  5. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  6. The Sunken Realm – Serena Chase (Reviewed on The Road of a Writer)
  7. Goddess Tithe – Anne Elisabeth Stengl
  8. Impactivity: How to Set the World on Fire Without Burning Out – Tracy Higley
  9. Out of Darkness Rising – Gillian Bronte Adams
  10. Half-Blood – Jaye L. Knight
  11. The Castle Corona – Sharon Creech
  12. The Snow Spider – Jenny Nimmo (Series Review)
  13. Jackaby – William Ritter (Series Review)
  14. Beastly Bones – William Ritter (Series Review)
  15. The Map: A Jackaby Story – William Ritter (Series Review)
  16. The Tough Guide to Fantasyland – Diana Wynne Jones
  17. Pain Free at Your PC – Pete Egoscue
  18. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  19. Wolf Tower – Tanith Lee
  20. Emlyn’s Moon – Jenny Nimmo (Series Review)
  21. The Chestnut Soldier – Jenny Nimmo (Series Review)
  22. The Ordinary Princess – M. M. Kaye (reread)
  23. Blood Ties – Hazel B. West (Reviewed on The Road of a Writer)
  24. A Spy’s Devotion – Melanie Dickerson
  25. Comet in Moominland – Tove Jansson
  26. Moominsummer Madness – Tove Jansson
  27. The Exploits of Moominpappa – Tove Jansson
  28. Deep Secret – Diana Wynne Jones
  29. The Beautiful Pretender – Melanie Dickerson (on The Road of a Writer)
  30. Moominland Midwinter – Tove Jansson
  31. Northanger Abbey – Jane Austen
  32. Dreams and Wishes: Essays on Writing For Children – Susan Cooper
  33. Playing with Fire – Derek Landy
  34. Moominvalley in November – Tove Jansson
  35. Rising Shadows – Ashley Townsend
  36. Tales from Moominvalley – Tove Jansson
  37. Guards! Guards! – Terry Pratchett
  38. Songkeeper – Gillian Bronte Adams (on The Road of a Writer)
  39. King’s Folly – Jill Williamson (on The Road of a Writer)
  40. Howl’s Moving Castle – Diana Wynne Jones (reread)
  41. Of Mice and Magic – Ursula Vernon
  42. Paper Crowns – Mirriam Neal
  43. The Merlin Conspiracy – Diana Wynne Jones
  44. Lost Lake House – Elizabeth Grace Foley
  45. The Golden Braid – Melanie Dickerson
  46. Drover’s Secret Life – John R. Erickson
  47. Defying Shadows – Ashley Townsend (on The Road of a Writer)
  48. The Silent Blade – Jesseca Wheaton (on The Road of a Writer)
  49. Twinepathy – C. B. Cook (on The Road of a Writer)
  50. The Last Dragonslayer – Jasper Fforde
  51. Archer’s Goon – Diana Wynne Jones (reread)
  52. Ashburn – Julia Erickson
  53. The Rose and the Balloon – Kirsten Fichter (on The Road of a Writer)
  54. Kate’s Innocence – Sarah Holman (on The Road of a Writer)
  55. Dark Lord of Derkholm – Diana Wynne Jones (reread)
  56. The Ogre Downstairs – Diana Wynne Jones
  57. Emma – Jane Austen
  58. The Bone House – Stephen R. Lawhead
  59. The Sound of Diamonds – Rachelle Rea
  60. An Exchange of Gifts – Anne McCaffrey
  61. Make Good Art – Neil Gaiman
  62. Devil’s Cub – Georgette Heyer
  63. Odd and the Frost Giants – Neil Gaiman
  64. The Spirit Well – Stephen R. Lawhead
  65. An Earthly King – Hazel B. West (on The Road of a Writer)
  66. Finn Family Moomintroll – Tove Jansson
  67. The Shadow Lamp – Stephen R. Lawhead
  68. The Silent Songbird – Melanie Dickerson (on The Road of a Writer)
  69. Crooked Kingdom – Leigh Bardugo
  70. Ghostly Echoes – William Ritter
  71. Once: Six Historically Inspired Fairytales – various authors (reviewed on The Road of a Writer)
  72. Charmed Life – Diana Wynne Jones (reread)
  73. The Lives of Christopher Chant – Diana Wynne Jones (reread)
  74. If You Want to Write: A Book About Art, Independence and Spirit – Brenda Ueland
  75. Conrad’s Fate – Diana Wynne Jones (reread)
  76. A Year With C. S. Lewis: Daily Readings from His Classic Works – C. S. Lewis
  77. Eight Days of Luke – Diana Wynne Jones
  78. Thoughts: 366 Penetrating Devotional Writings – Ryan Marks
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