2012

What I’ve been reading in 2012…

  1. Bright Evening Star – Madeline L’Engle
  2. Boy Meets Boy – David Levithan
  3. Love Wins – Rob Bell
  4. Beyond Homelessness – Steven Bouma-Prediger and Brian Walsh
  5. The Horse That Leaps Through Clouds – Eric Enno Tamm
  6. The Secret Agent – Joseph Conrad
  7. African Queen – Rachel Holmes
  8. Deloume Road – Matthew Hooten
  9. Racundra’s First Cruise – Arthur Ransome
  10. The Mission Song – John Le Carre
  11. Sailing Through China – Paul Theroux
  12. Called or Collared – Francis Dewar
  13. The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins
  14. The Art of Fielding – Chad Harbach
  15. 1Q84 – Haruki Murakami
  16. Catching Fire – Suzanne Collins
  17. Mockingjay – Suzanne Collins
  18. Felt: Fabric and Feelings
  19. Burma Chronicles – Guy Delisle
  20. Unintended Consequences – Andrew Brims
  21. Called by God? – Stuart Buchanan
  22. The Cat’s Table – Michael Ondaatje
  23. Gods Without Men – Hari Kunzru
  24. Out of the Blue – Jan Wong
  25. Quiet – Susan Cain
  26. Dark Star Safari – Paul Theroux
  27. The Whole Truth – Kit Pearson
  28. The Story of Danny Dunn – Bryce Courtenay
  29. Other – Kester Brewin
  30. A Storehouse of Kingdom Things – Ian M Fraser
  31. Mutiny – Kester Brewin
  32. Spoken Worship – Gerard Kelly
  33. The Joy of Priesthood – Fr Stepheb J Rossetti
  34. Questioning Myths of God and Country – Raymond Plankey
  35. Pirate King – Laurie R King
  36. Jacob the Baker – Noah ben Shea
  37. Pyongyang – Guy Delisle
  38. Jerusalem – Guy Delisle
  39. Cloud Atlas – David Mitchell
  40. Shenzhen – Guy Delisle
  41. The Street Sweeper – Elliot Perlman
  42. Bury Your Dead – Louise Penny
  43. A Trick of the Light – Louise Penny
  44. Essex County – Jeff Lemire
  45. And Nothing But the Truth – Kit Pearson
  46. Church Actually – Gerard Kelly
  47. A Good Man – Guy Vanderhaeghe
  48. Strengthening the Soul of Your Leadership – Ruth Barton
  49. Red Bird – Mary Oliver
  50. The Impossible Dead – Ian Rankin
  51. Floating Like the Dead – Yasuko Thanh
  52. Garment of Shadows – Laurie R King
  53. Penguins & Golden Calves – Madeleine L’Engle
  54. In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts – Gabor Maté
  55. 419 – Will Ferguson
  56. The Element – Ken Robinson
  57. Song of Kosovo – Chris Guggeon
  58. 1982 – Jian Ghomeshi
  59. The Casual Vacancy – JK Rowling
  60. The Covenant – James Mitchener
  61. The Lost World of the Kalahari – Lauren’s Vander Post
  62. The Brothers Karamazov – Fydor Dostoyevsky

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