Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Winter Reads, May Resemble Fall Reads

This week’s top ten from The Broke and The Bookish asks:  what are your top ten winter reads?  Some of these books may have appeared on my fall list.  I couldn’t help it.  It’s difficult these days to read 10 books in three months.  There were also new books purchased and I don’t always feel like sticking to a plan.

So here’s a list that I might not stick to, my top ten winter reads.

  1. World War Z, by Max Brooks
  2. The Girl Who Played With Fire, by Steig Larsson
  3. The Thousand Orcs, by R.A. Salvatore
  4. The Horse and His Boy, by C.S. Lewis
  5. The Magician’s Nephew, by C.S. Lewis
  6. Everything’s Eventual, by Stephen King
  7. The Flying Troutmans, by Miriam Toews
  8. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies:  Dawn of the Dreadfuls, by Steve Hockensmith
  9. The Tent, by Margaret Atwood
  10. Binu and The Great Wall, by Su Tong
What do you plan on reading on those cold, wintery days and nights?


  1. I especially pine after books I don't own yet, it's one of the reasons I own so many books ;)
    I should read Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, but I haven't gotten around to it yet, it sort of scares me because I love P&P so much...
    -Daisy @ the Broke and the Bookish

  2. This looks like a good list. I have a lot of zombie books on my shelves that didn't get read over Halloween. Zombie winter perhaps.

  3. Daisy, I'm an Austen fan too, but I think PPZ was done really well. I felt that the zombie story was woven into the regency romance... if that makes sense.

    LBC, I could make it a Zombie Winter if I wanted too; I was considering it.