2013

What I’ve been reading in 2013…

  1. Heart of Darkness – Joseph Conrad
  2. Emma – Jane Austin
  3. Inheritance – Chrisopher Paolini
  4. The Lost World – Arthur Conan Doyle
  5. The Man Who Knew Too Much – GK Chesterton
  6. Gilead – Marilynne Robinson
  7. Sweetness in the Belly – Camilla Gibb
  8. The Church Struggle in South Africa (25th Anniversary Edition) – John W de Gruchy with Steve de Gruchy
  9. Waiting for God – Simone Weil
  10. The Return of Sherlock Holmes – Arthur Conan Doyle
  11. The Invisible Man – HG Wells
  12. Persuasion – Jane Austin
  13. Transmission – Hari Kurizru
  14. Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes – Arthur Conan Doyle
  15. Inside – Alix Ohlin
  16. Y – Marjorie Celona
  17. New Monasticism as Fresh Expression of Church – ed. Graham Cray, Ian Mobsby, Aaron Kennedy
  18. The Becoming of G-d – Ian Mobsby
  19. Fall to Grace – Jay Bakker
  20. River of Smoke – Amitar Ghosh
  21. The Hobbit – JRR Tolkein
  22. Sizwe’s Test (The Three-Letter Plague) – Jonny Steinberg
  23. Standing in Another Man’s Grave – Ian Rankin
  24. The Broken Body – Jean Vanier
  25. The Life and Work of a Priest – John Pritchard
  26. The Invisible Cure – Helen Epstein
  27. The Irrational Season – Madeleine L’Engle
  28. Faith, Doubt, and Other Lines I’ve Crossed – Jay Bakker
  29. After Magic – Kester Brewin
  30. The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog – Bruce Perry
  31. Creating Uncommon Worship – Richard Giles
  32. Emerging and Fresh Expression of Church – Ian Mobsby
  33. The Beautiful Mystery – Louise Penny
  34. The Emperor of Paris – CS Richardson
  35. And It Was Good – Madeleine L’Engle
  36. Theology by Heart – Ellen Clark-King
  37. The Number – Jonny Steinberg
  38. The Color Purple – Alice Walker
  39. Flight Behavior – Barbara Kingsolver
  40. The Path to Your Door – Ellen Clark-King
  41. Geisha, A Life – Mineko Iwasaki
  42. Behind the Beautiful Forevers – Katharine Boo
  43. And the Mountains Echoed – Khaled Hosseini
  44. The Year of Dreaming Dangerously – Slavoj Žižek
  45. A Delicate Truth – John Le Carré
  46. Amazing Grace – Kathleen Norris
  47. Speaking from Among the Bones – Alan Bradley
  48. We Are Completely Beside Ourselves – Karen Joy Fowler
  49. A Spot of Bother – Mark Haddon
  50. Into Great Science – Kester Brewin
  51. The Violence of Love – Oscar Romero
  52. The Way of Life – Gary D. Badcock
  53. Exclusion and Embrace – Miroslav Volf
  54. Liberating Bible Study – Laurel Dykstra & Ched Myers (eds)
  55. Bible and Mission – Richard Bauckham
  56. The Humanity of God – Karl Barth
  57. Rebirth – Browde & Ryba
  58. David Livingstone: Mission and Empire – Andrew Ross
  59. How the Light Gets In – Louise Penny
  60. July’s Children – Nadine Gordimer
  61. The Open Text – Francis Watson (ed)
  62. Exploring Postcolonial Biblical Criticism – R.S. Sugirharajah
  63. Postcolonial Feminist Interpretation of the Bible – Musa Dube
  64. Half Blood Blues – Esi Edugyan
  65. Cockroach – Rawi Hage
  66. Annabel – Kathleen Winter
  67. Sacred Scripture – Richard Soulen
  68. Christology at the Crossroads – Jon Sobrino
  69. A Grain of Wheat – Ngugi wa Thiong’o

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