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My Books of 2007

January 1, 2008 — Leave a comment

The list of books I read in 2007. Simply amazing.


* One shot by Lee Child


* Mister Aufziehvogel by Haruki Murakami
* Seide und Schwert by Kai Meyer (Das Wolkenvolk 1/3)
* Blond wie der Tod by Laura Levine
* Die Rebellin by Trudy Canavan (Die Gilde der Schwarzen Magier 1/3)
* Die Novizin by Trudy Canavan (Die Gilde der Schwarzen Magier 2/3)
* Die Meisterin by Trudy Canavan (Die Gilde der Schwarzen Magier 3/3)
* Lanze und Licht by Kai Meyer (Das Wolkenvolk 2/3)
* Drache und Diamant by Kai Meyer (Das Wolkenvolk 3/3)
* Kafka am Strand by Haruki Murakami
* Sternwanderer by Neil Gaiman
* Fliegende Fetzen by Terry Pratchett
* Naokos Lächeln by Haruki Murakami
* Einfach göttlich by Terry Pratchett

My books of 2006

January 17, 2007 — Leave a comment

This is what I read in 2006. I really hope this list is accurate and I didn’t forget any good book I read. Normally I enter the books I read exactly when I finish them, but last year I’ve been sort of lazy according to this list. The worst case would be my adding books after this article is published. And sorry for not publishing it earlier (I thought I set a publish date but I didn’t *oops*).
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My books of 2005

January 1, 2006 — Leave a comment

This is the more or less complete list of books I read in 2005. This year I’ve been reading a lot more than last year – I had a lot of fun with Terry Pratchett. You’ve got to read some of his books if you haven’t already done this. I also discovered the world of Douglas Adams, *The Hitchhikers Guide through the Galaxy*. Currently I read 2 of this 5 book series – I love Douglas’ humour!
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My books of 2004

January 14, 2005 — Leave a comment

This is a more or less complete list of books I read in 2004. Shame on me it is not as long as I wanted it to be… Most of the english books on the list are from Ireland – I brought a whole lot more books with me, but wasn’t able to read them all! I’m trying to do that in the next few month.
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