Monday, June 16, 2008

Books for the summer

I’ve finally came back to Cyprus after two months in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and right away I found myself in a dilemma; a nice dilemma, that is: What should I read first? You see I’ve brought with me a lot of books, a few of which I’ve wanted to read for some time now, and so I don’t really know where to start. Maybe I should flip a coin over and over again:)
Anyway, here’s the list:

Wilbur Smith – The Quest
J.R.R. Tolkien – The Children of Hurin
Thomas Harris – Red Dragon & The Silence of the Lambs (in one volume)
Michael Connelly – The Overlook
Michael Connelly – The Narrows
Michael Connelly – The Lincoln Lawyer
David Baldacci – The Simple Truth
David Baldacci – Saving Faith
Philip Pullman – The Golden Compass
Philip Pullman – The Subtle Knife
Philip Pullman – The Amber Spyglass
Jeffery Deaver – The Sleeping Doll
C.S. Lewis – The Chronicles of Narnia (all seven books in one volume)
Christopher Berry-Dee – Talking With Serial Killers
Various – The World’s Worst Murders

I guess this is going to be a long but exciting summer…

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