Literature I Remember Reading

I’ve been reading since early childhood. Growing up I lived in the Public Library and all I did was read. So I truly don’t remember all of the books I’ve read. But these lists carry the titles which I remember reading before 2015, and onward.

Before 2015
Poor Little Rich Girl by Katie Flynn
The Nancy Drew Series by Carolyn Keene
Fearless Series by Francine Pascal
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini
The Road by Cormac McCarthy
Second Sons Trilogy by Jennifer Fallon
A Painted House by John Grisham
A Time to Kill by John Grisham
Cold Moon by Jeffrey Deaver
The Winner by David Baldacci
Spy by Ted Bell
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Macbeth by William Shakespeare
The Glass Menagerie by Tennesse Williams
Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller
Zero Game by Brad Meltzer
Deception Point by Dan Brown
Refugee Boy by Benjamin Zephaniah
Little Bee by Chris Cleave
Martine by Kimolisa Mings
Digital Fortress by Micheal Crichton
Disclosure by Micheal Crichton
Sickened: The Memoir of a Munchausen by Proxy Childhood by Julie Gregory

Still Alice by Lisa Genova
Tsar by Ted Bell
Paper Towns by John Green
The Fault In Our Stars by John Green
Zero Day by David Baldacci
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
Catch Me If You Can by Frank Abagnale
The Man From St. Petersburg by Ken Follet

2016 -2017
Back Blast by Mark Greaney
Sycamore Row by John Grisham
Memory Man by David Baldacci
Patriot by Ted Bell
The Works and Days by Hesiod
Iliad and Odyssey by Homer
Metamorphoses by Ovid
Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah
Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
The Wait by DeVon Franklin, and Meagan Good
The Last Mile by David Baldacci
Writing Tools: 50 Essential Strategies for Every Writer by Roy Peter Clark
Assassin: An Alex Hawke Thriller by Ted Bell
American Sniper by Chris Kyle, Scott McEwan, Jim DeFelice
Murder Games (now titled Instinct) by Howard Roughan, and James Patterson


I Can’t Make This U: Life Lessons by Kevin Hart
Russian Constitution
The Captain’s Daughter by Alexander Pushkin
Eckbert the Blond by Ludwig Tieck


2 thoughts on “Literature I Remember Reading

  1. in567 says:

    Nancy Drew Mysteries and The Hardy Boys are great! I had always liked John Grisham’s books too. Was surprised that I had understood them, considering they were stories on legal stuffs. I always joke that books without pictures are a no-no for me.

    p.s. I had closed my blog today, Shaziane. Just wanted to letcha know about that, in case ya might look for it. Enjoy your Autumn season!

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    1. I agree fully. That’s what I like about Grisham and similar writers. They understand what they are writing about so they can write about it in everyday terms so that we can understand. If the writer is good you can read a book and never feel the need for images. And great writers make you thankful that there are no images so that you can visualize their imagery in your own way.

      Oh. Thanks for letting me know. I hope you return. And you can find me on Kakao: Shaziane (if you’re interested)

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