Friday, January 04, 2008

2007 Books: The Complete List

I wanted to publish a list of all the new-to-me books I read last year...but thought it was a thing that just wasn't done. Until I read Carmon's Blog. So thanks to her initiative, here is a list for your amusement. I have not commented on any of the books; that would make it TOO long. So if you want to know about a particular one, just ask. I have linked to any reviews I've already published on Biblio-File.

This list is in order of will probably notice a pattern or two. When I get on a roll, I just keep going!

  1. The Liberty of Obedience-Elisabeth Elliot
  2. In Style Weddings-Hilary Sterne
  3. The Perfect Wedding Details-Maria McBride
  4. Discipline: The Glad Surrender-Elisabeth Elliot
  5. Battling for the Modern Mind: A Beginner’s Chesterton-Thomas C. Peters
  6. The Man Who Was Chesterton-Raymond T. Bond
  7. Digital Art Photography for Dummies-Matthew Banber, MA
  8. 100 Ways to Take Better Photographs-Michael Busselle
  9. Techniques of natural Light Photography-Jim Zuckerman
  10. Digital Family Album Basics-Janine Warner
  11. Heirloom Baking with the Brass Sisters-Marilyn and Sheila Brass
  12. Hamburgers and Fries, an American Story-John T. Edge
  13. The Regatta Mystery and other stories- Agatha Christie
  14. The Perfect Wedding Dress-Philip Delamore
  15. A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove-Laura Schenone
  16. The Clocks-Agatha Christie
  17. A Serrated Edge-Douglas Wilson
  18. Getting Serious About Getting Married-Debbie Maken
  19. Manners-Kate Spade
  20. The Body in the Library-Agatha Christie
  21. The Mirror Crack’d-Agatha Christie
  22. A Caribbean Mystery-Agatha Christie
  23. What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw!-Agatha Christie
  24. Nemesis-Agatha Christie
  25. The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club-Dorothy L. Sayers
  26. The Five Red Herrings-Dorothy L. Sayers
  27. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd-Agatha Christie
  28. Pebble in a Pool-Elizabeth Yates
  29. Murder on the Orient Express-Agatha Christie
  30. Mansfield Park-Jane Austen
  31. Thrones and Dominations-Sayers/Jill Paton Walsh
  32. Till We Have Faces-C.S. Lewis
  33. Glory and Honor: The Musical and Artistic Legacy of Johann Sebastian Bach-Gregory Wilbur
  34. With Pipe, Paddle, and Song- Elizabeth Yates
  35. The Elements of Style-William Strunk Jr. and E.B. White
  36. Who Should We Then Read?-Jan Bloom
  37. The Phantom Tollbooth-Norton Juster
  38. All Creatures Great and Small-James Herriot
  39. Poirot Investigates-Agatha Christie
  40. All Things Bright and Beautiful-James Herriot
  41. All Things Wise and Wonderful-James Herriot
  42. Teaching the Trivium: Christian Homeschooling in a Classical Style-Harvey and Laurie Bluedorn
  43. I, Isaac, take thee, Rebekah-Ravi Zacharias
  44. The High School Handbook-Mary Scholfield
  45. Knitting Pretty-Kris Perciva
  46. lLast Minute Knitted Gifts-Joelle Hoverson
  47. The Ring of Words: Tolkien and the Oxford English Dictionary-Peter Gilliver, Jeremy Marshall and Edmund Weiner
  48. Thirteen at Dinner-Agatha Christie
  49. The ABC Murders-Agatha Christie
  50. Cards on the Table-Agatha Christie
  51. Death on the Nile-Agatha Christie
  52. The Deafening Sound of Silent Tears: The Story of Caring for Life-Juliet Barker
  53. Dorothy L. Sayers: A Careless Rage for Life-David Coomes
  54. Somebody is going to die if Lily Beth doesn’t catch that bouquet: The Official Southern Ladies’ Guide to Hosting the Perfect Wedding-Gayden Metcalf and Charlotte Hays
  55. Dorothy L. Sayers: A Pilgrim Soul-Nancy M. Tischler
  56. Death in the Stocks-Georgette Heyer
  57. Three Men in a Boat-Jerome K. Jerome
  58. Blog-Hugh Hewitt
  59. Mustang Man-Louis L’Amour
  60. Ride the River-Louis L’Amour
  61. The Man from the Broken Hills-Louis L’Amour
  62. Beloved Bondage-Elizabeth Yates
  63. The Performance Horse, A Photographic Tribute-David R. Stoeklein
  64. Horses of the World, from the desert to the racetrack-Jacqueline Ripart


Charles Siboto said...

Wow! You're reading sphere seems to be very broad. I like that. IMO the best book on your list is Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis ;)

Kara Dekker said...

I agree with you. Till We Have Faces is like no other book I've read. I love Lewis' way of communicating truth through story. Very powerful!