Fiction || Non-Fiction

  1. May 13: Before and After – Tunku Abdul Rahman
  2. The Stars Can Wait – Jay Basu
  3. The Historian – Elizabeth Kostova
  4. Where Monsoons Meet
  5. Can We Still Believe the Bible? And Does it Really Matter? – Bryan Ball
  6. Animal Farm – George Orwell
  7. The Red Book – Meaghan Delahunt
  8. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button – F. Scott Fitzgerald
  9. The Little Prince – Antoine de Saint-Exupery
  10. The Reluctant Politician – Ooi Kee Beng
  11. The Religion War – Scott Adams
  12. The Outsiders – S. E. Hinton
  13. No Rest for the Wiccan – Madelyn Alt
  14. Between Mum and Jo – Julie Anne Peters
  15. Cold Comfort Farm – Stella Gibbons
  16. Memories of my Melancholy Whores – Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  17. God’s Debris: A Thought Experiment – Scott Adams
  18. Tuesdays With Morrie – Mitch Albom
  19. Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China – Jung Chang
  20. Confessions of a Pagan Nun – Kate Horsley
  21. 1984 – George Orwell
  22. Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen
  23. The Complete MAUS – Art Spiegelman
  24. A Study in Scarlet (Sherlock Holmes) – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  25. The Crime is Stupidity – John McIvor ..[thoughts]
  26. For One More Day – Mitch Albom ..[thoughts]
  27. The Color Purple – Alice Walker ..[thoughts]
  28. Dance Dance Dance – Haruki Murakami ..[thoughts]
  29. Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything – Steven D. Levitt, Stephen J. Dubner ..[thoughts]
  30. The Gift of Rain – Tan Twan Eng ..[thoughts]
  31. Persepolis – Marjane Satrapi ..[thoughts]
  32. In Praise of Shadows – Jun’ichiro Tanizaki ..[thoughts]
  33. Terrorism and the Real Issues – Dr Mahathir Mohamad ..[thoughts]
  34. Blankets – Craig Thompson ..[thoughts]
  35. The English Patient – Michael Ondaatje ..[thoughts]
  36. Saturday – Ian McEwan ..[thoughts]
  37. Dracula – Bram Stoker ..[thoughts]
  38. What I Talk About When I Talk About Running – Haruki Murakami ..[thoughts]
  39. Of Mice and Men – John Steinbeck ..[thoughts]
  40. after the quake – Haruki Murakami ..[thoughts]
  41. Cradle to Cradle – William McDonough, Michael Braungart ..[thoughts]
  42. The Namesake – Jhumpa Lahiri ..[thoughts]
  43. Memoirs of a Geisha – Arthur Golden ..[thoughts]
  44. A Pale View of Hills – Kazuo Ishiguro ..[thoughts]
  45. Sputnik Sweetheart – Haruki Murakami ..[thoughts]
  46. Almost Transparent Blue – Ryu Murakami ..[thoughts]
  47. Shortcomings – Adrian Tomine ..[thoughts]
  48. The Five People You Meet In Heaven – Mitch Albom ..[thoughts]
  49. The Name of the Game – Will Eisner ..[thoughts]
  50. Nocturnes – Kazuo Ishiguro ..[thoughts]
  51. After Dark – Haruki Murakami ..[thoughts]
  52. N.P. – Banana Yoshimoto ..[thoughts]
  53. The PowerBook – Jeanette Winterson ..[thoughts]
  54. Weight – Jeanette Winterson ..[thoughts]
  55. Brave New World – Aldous Huxley ..[thoughts]
  56. Shadow Family – Miyuki Miyabe ..[thoughts]
  57. The Book Thief – Markus Zusak ..[thoughts]
  58. The Harmony Silk Factory – Tash Aw ..[thoughts]
  59. The Wind-up Bird Chronicle – Haruki Murakami ..[thoughts]
  60. The Old Capital – Yasunari Kawabata ..[thoughts]
  61. The Stone Gods – Jeanette Winterson ..[thoughts]
  62. Kinshu: Autumn Brocade – Teru Miyamoto ..[thoughts]
  63. Sophie’s World – Jostein Gaarder ..[thoughts]
  64. Kappa – Ryunosuke Akutagawa ..[thoughts]
  65. Binu and the Great Wall – Su Tong ..[thoughts]
  66. My Point… And I Do Have One – Ellen DeGeneres ..[thoughts]
  67. The Bonesetter’s Daughter – Amy Tan ..[thoughts]
  68. When We Were Orphans – Kazuo Ishiguro ..[thoughts]
  69. The Bluest Eye – Toni Morrison ..[thoughts]
  70. James and the Giant Peach – Roald Dahl ..[thoughts]
  71. The Witches – Roald Dahl ..[thoughts]
  72. Matilda – Roald Dahl ..[thoughts]
  73. A Quiet Life – Kenzaburo Oe ..[thoughts]
  74. Asian Tales and Tellers – Cathy Spagnoli ..[thoughts]
  75. Bayou – Jeremy Love ..[thoughts]

§ 4 Responses to 2009

  • Mark David says:

    Wow, I’m simply amazed at the speed at which you read. You’ve read more books this year than I’ve read in my lifetime! But still, you somehow manage to digest each book’s content rather well. I’m impressed ๐Ÿ™‚

    • su says:

      Oh, you’re making me blush! I do read a little faster than average, but sometimes I find that I miss some of the finer details in the book. That’s why when I find that I really like a book, I mark it down for a second read.

      But otherwise, I think quality matters more than quantity, no? ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • mee says:

    We seem to have very similar taste of reading! I’m putting you on my blogroll ๐Ÿ™‚

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