Books Read 2014

This is a listing of the books I have read in 2014. Not all of them are listed (only the ones I feel worthy of mention), and the books are not necessarily in the order I read them:

1. Where Angels Fear to Tread, by E.M. Forster
2. Villette, by Charlotte Bronte
3. The Aftermath, by Rhidian Brook
4. Never Let Me Go, by Kazuo Ishiguro
5. Bitter Freedom, by Jafa Wallach
6. Manuscript Found in Accra, Paolo Coelho
7. Theodor Herzl: A New Reading, by Georges Yitshak Weisz
8. The Debt of Tamar, by Nicol Dweck
9. Joshua: A Brooklyn Tale
10. How the Other Half Lives, by Jacob Riis
11. Out of the Depths: The Story of a Child of Buchenwald Who Returned Home
at Last, by Israel Meir Lau
12. Andrew’s Brain, by E.L. Doctorow
13. The Family: Three Journeys into the Heart of the Twentieth Century, by David Laskin,
14. Goliath’s Head, by Alan Fleishman
15. Claude and Camille, by Stephanie Cowell
16. Days in the History of Silence
17. A Perfect Peace, by Amos Oz
18. The Dressmaker of Khair Khana: Five Sisters, One Remarkable Family, by Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
19. The Free World, by David Bezmozgis
20. Conditions of Love, Dale Kushner
21. The Book of Daniel, by E.L. Doctorow
22. A Star for Mrs. Blake
23. An American Bride in Kabul
24. Letters to President Clinton
25. Hold on to the Sun, by Michal Govrin
26. The Shoemaker’s Wife, by Adriani Trigiani
27. The Dressmaker of Khair Khana
28. I Always Loved You, by Robin Oliveira
29. Across Land and Water, by W.G. Sebald
30. Mannequin Girl, by Ellen Litman
31. A Star for Mrs. Blake
32. Visible City, by Tova Mirvis
33. The Goldfinch, by Donna Tartt
34. Out Stealing Horses, by Per Petterson
35. Tzili: The Story of a Life, by Aharon Appelfeld
36. And the Dark Sacred Night, by Julia Glass
37. The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry
38. All the Time in the World, by E.L. Doctorow
39. The Street Sweeper, by Elliot Perlman
40. Falling Out of Time, by David Grossman
41. The Exiles Return, by Elisabeth de Waal
42. My Mother’s Secret: A Novel, by J.L. Witterick
43. My Brilliant Friend, by Elena Ferrante
44. In the Garden of Beasts, by Erik Larson
45. Children of the Tenements, by Jacob A. Riis
46. The Train to Warsaw, by Gwen Edelman
47. Love & Treasure, by Ayelet Waldman
48. The Pomegranate Lady and Her Sons
49. The Museum of Extraordinary Things, by Alice Hoffman
50. Panic in a Suitcase
51. The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig
52. The Post Office Girl, Stefan Zweig
53. All The Light We Cannot See, Anthony Doerr
54, The Art Forger, B.A. Shapiro
55. One Hundred Names, Cecelia Ahern
56. The Emigrants, G. Sebald
57. Suddenly Love, Aharon Appelfeld
58. The Kiss, Scott E. Blumenthal
59. Sepharad
60. On the Nieman
61. Therese Raquin
62. Marching to Zion
63. Forever Torn
64. Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands
65. Brick Lane, Monica Ali
66. The Fat and the Thin, Emile Zola
67. After the Quake, Haruki Murakami
68. The War of the Rosens
69. The Auschwitz Escape, J. Rosenberg
70. In the Courtyard of the Kabbalist
71. My Mother’s Secret
72. A Conspiracy of Paper, David Liss
73. The Assistant, Bernard Malamud
74. The Mathematician’s Shiva
75. Jewish Mothers Never Die
76. Across 7th Street
77. The Angels of Losses
78. Ghetto Comedies
79. Lisette’s List: A Novel
80. The Goddess of Small Victories
81. We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves
82. Raquela: A Woman of Israel
83. Henna House
84. Limbo: A Novel
85. The Day of Atonement
86. Not My Father’s Son
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3 responses to “Books Read 2014

  1. Thank you for sharing your extensive book lists, and your reviews, on your blog – what a great source of ideas, now that I am in a new stage of life, with more time to read for pleasure. Glad I stumbled upon them!

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