Thursday, December 27, 2007

BTT: Highlights (December 27, 2007)

This week's question

It’s an old question, but a good one . . . What were your favorite books this year?

List as many as you like … fiction, non-fiction, mystery, romance, science-fiction, business, travel, cookbooks … whatever the category. But, really, we’re all dying to know. What books were the highlight of your reading year in 2007?

I had fun reviewing the books I've read for the year and then listing the highlights here. I spent most of the time reading fiction beginning May 2007 but only started making a list in June. As you can see, there's lots of Nora Roberts trilogies and Anne Stuart's Ice Series listed below.

Updated @ 11.00 PM: The top five favorite books are highlighted in red. Marianne made me do it. LOL.


  1. Peony in Love by Lisa See
  2. Away from Her by Alice Munro
  3. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer
  4. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
  5. Ice Storm by Anne Stuart
  6. Black Ice by Anne Stuart
  7. Cold As Ice by Anne Stuart
  8. Ice Blue by Anne Stuart
  9. Key of Light by Nora Roberts
  10. Key of Knowledge by Nora Roberts
  11. Key of Valour by Nora Roberts
  12. Morrigan's Cross by Nora Roberts
  13. Dance of the Gods by Nora Roberts
  14. Valley of Silence by Nora Roberts
  15. Dance Upon the Air by Nora Roberts
  16. Heaven and Earth by Nora Roberts
  17. Jewels of the Sun by Nora Roberts
  18. Tears of the Moon by Nora Roberts
  19. Heart of the Sea by Nora Roberts
  20. Face the Fire by Nora Roberts
  21. Eragon by Christopher Paolini
  22. Ice Station by Matthew Reilly
  23. Love Life by Ray Kluun
  24. The Road by Cormac McCarthy
  25. Because She Can by Bridie Clark
  26. The Observations by Jane Harris
  27. Me and Mr Darcy by Alexandra Potter
  28. Obsession by Wanda Dyson
  29. Stardust by Neil Gaiman
  30. Marley & Me by John Grogan
  31. For LASR: Lady Irina by Josh Lockwood
  32. For LASR: Adopting Alyssa by Denise Patrick
  33. For LASR: Love Thy Sister, Guard Thy Man by Kimberlee R. Mendoza


There are actually many more but I can't remember what I've read because I didn't list them. Maybe I'll check them out when I reach home...

  1. How to Read a Christian Book by David L. McKenna
  2. He Can Who Thinks He Can by Orison Swett Harden

Happy BTT, everyone!

Book Quote:

I cannot live without books.
— Thomas Jefferson