Flyleaf

This is a list of the books I have actually finished reading. Books that I just didn’t finish, usually out of boredom and a lack of interest, I did not include. Yes, I obviously need to read more books, and, yes, most of these books are either very readable or quite canonical. This explains my little knowledge about literature and my very limited vocabulary.

Suggestions are appreciated. But don’t expect me to get into reading all of your suggestions. Just recommend something that you think might be of interest to me, based on this list and what little you know about me :D.

Animal Farm– George Orwell
A Boy’s Own Story– Edmund White
Brave New World– Aldous Huxley
The Cement Garden– Ian MacEwan
The Chapter of Hats, and Other Stories– Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis
Children of Men– P.D. James
China Mountain Zhang– Maureen F. McHugh
The City and the Pillar– Gore Vidal
Cry to Heaven– Anne Rice
Essential Cinema: On the Necessity of Film Canons– Jonathan Rosenbaum
Ethan Frome– Edith Wharton
Fun Home– Alison Bechdel
The Handmaid Tale– Margaret Atwood
Harry Potter series- J.K. Rowling
The House of the Spirits– Isabel Allende
I Am a Cat– Natsume Soseki
The Importance of Being Earnest– Oscar Wilde
Interview with the Vampire– Anne Rice
Kafka on the Shore– Haruki Murakami
Lady Windermere’s Fan– Oscar Wilde
Love Creeps– Amanda Filipacchi
A Man Asleep– Georges Perec
Marvels– Kurt Busiek
Movie Wars: How Hollywood & the Media Limit What Films We Can See– Jonathan Rosenbaum
Myra Breckinridge– Gore Vidal
Myron– Gore Vidal
Mysterious Skin– Scott Heim
Oryx and Crake– Margaret Atwood
The Picture of Dorian Gray– Oscar Wilde
Pride and Prejudice– Jane Austen
Querelle– Jean Genet
The Stranger– Albert Camus
Things: A Story of the Sixties– Georges Perec
Vapor– Amanda Filipacchi
The Virgin Suicides- Jeffrey Eugenides
Watchmen– Alan Moore
Womenagerie and Other Tales on the Front– Jessica Zafra
The World According to Garp– John Irving

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