Sunday, November 29, 2009

Garrett's Reading List

Here is a list of books that I have read since I bought my Kindle on April 3rd of this year.
All of these books were instantly delivered to me and read on my Kindle or Iphone for less then the price of buying a book at a bookstore

New York Edward Rutherfurd (Reading now)
The Collectors David Baldacci
The Camel Club David Baldacci
Pursuit of Honor Vince Flynn
Nine Dragons Michael Connelly
Hour Game David Baldacci
Split Second David Baldacci
Christmas Train David Baldacci
The Lost Symbol Dan Brown
Where Men Win Glory: The Oddessy of Pat Tillman Jon Krakauer
Last Man Standing David Baldacci
Wish You Well David Baldacci
Saving Faith David Baldacci
The Simple Truth David Baldacci
Cross Country James Patterson
In the Presidents Secret Service Ronald Kessler
Accidental Billionares Ben Mezrich
Busting Vegas Ben Mezrich
The Devils Punchbowl Greg Iles
Just after Sunset Stephen King
Relentless Dean Koontz
Living Dead in Dallas Charlaine Harris
The Scarecrow Michael Connelly
Dead Until Dark Charlaine Harris
Gone Tomorrow Lee Child
Double Cross James Patterson
Straw Daryl Strawberry
Cross James Patterson
Mary, Mary James Patterson
A-Rod Selena Roberts
Imajica Clive Barker
Jeff Immelt and the new GE David Magee
Prayers For Rain Dennis Lehane
Sacred Dennis Lehane
Darkness Take my Hand Dennis Lehane
Columbine Dave Cullen
Fight Club Chuck Palahniuk
Afraid Jack Kilborn
The Year of Living Biblically AJ Jacobs
Four Days in November Vincent Bugliosi
Unlikely Disciple Kevin Roose
Extreme Measures Vince Flynn
Mayday Nelson Demille
Cathedral Nelson Demille
Spencerville Nelson Demille
Duma Key Stephen King
By the Rivers of Babylon Nelson Demille
UR Stephen King
Blaze Stephen King
The Gate House Nelson Demille
The Given Day Dennis Lehane

And that's it folks always having my iphone with me =always having a book with me, and always being able to read wherever you's a great thing and I recommend it to everyone, even those who are readers now that are skeptical of change, give the Kindle, the Sony EReader, The Barnes and Noble Nook a chance, they are great devices because they all have e ink technology and are more comfortable and easier to read than physical books.


Serenity NOW said...

The Riley family reading of books is amazing! Dennis and I for some reason are not big book readers. So we both marvel at the books that you and the family have read. Maybe one of these days. I know I have bought several book this past year and will hopefully get around to reading them sooner rather that later. Love ya

Paula said...

I've always been proud of your reading, Garrett! We do have a string of readers in our family!
As far as the Kindle....maybe someday...First I want to get the IPhone! :) Love you, Mom

Brett said...

Nice list Gar. I have read the Baldacci's on your list. I also just finished Divine Justice - I thought it a strong fourth to the Camel Club series, though markedly different than the first three. I also read his three with Michelle Maxwell and Sean King - they're okay, though not as good as the Camel Clubs and some of his others. What did you think of Wish You Well? Divine Justice returns to some of the Appalachian themes.

Thanks for the Greg Iles suggestions by the way. I picked up Sleep No More on the kindle 'cuz it was half the price of Devil's Punchbowl... it's all about strategery.

Hopefully I get around to a few others on your list.