Here is my current list of books to be read, of those I actually own (meaning it does not include my obscenely huge wish list):

A History of Japan – R.H.P. Mason
A Tale of Two Cities – Charles Dickens
Angelina’s Children – Alice Ferney
Anna Karenina – Leo Tolstoy
Band of Brothers- Stephen Ambrose
Big in Japan: A Ghost Story – M. Thomas Gammarino
Buddenbrooks – Thomas Mann
Celtic Myth and Legend – Charles Squire
Collected Stories – Colette
Confessions of an English Opium Eater – Thomas De Quincey
Dark of the Moon – John Sandford
Daughter of the Forest – Juliet Marillier
Dreamland Japan: Writings on Modern Manga – Frederik L. Schodt
Edie: An American Girl – Jean Stein
Everyday Zen – Charlotte J. Beck
First Comes Love, Then Comes Malaria – Eve Brown-Waite
Freedom in Exile – Dalai Lama
Generation Kill – Evan Wright
Good Omens – Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett
Guns, Germs, and Steel – Jared Diamond
Hard Times – Charles Dickens
I Am a Cat: Vol. I – Natsume Soseki
Infidel – Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Irish Folktales – Henry Glassie
Jarhead – Anthony Swofford
Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell – Susanna Clarke
Knots and Crosses – Ian Rankin
Le Mort D’Arthur – Thomas Malory
Les Liaisons Dangereuses – Pierre Choderlos de Laclos
Les Miserables – Victor Hugo
Madame Bovary – Gustave Flaubert
Memoirs of a Geisha – Arthur Golden
Midnight’s Children – Salman Rushdie
Naked Lunch – William S. Burroughs
Nana – Emile Zola
Orlando – Virginia Woolf
Our Mutual Friend – Charles Dickens
Paris to the Moon – Adam Gopnik
Phantom Prey – John Sandford
Possession – A.S Byatt
Priestess of Avalon – Marion Zimmer Bradley
Reading in the Dark – Seamus Deane
Reservation Blues – Sherman Alexie
San’Ya Blues: Laboring Life in Contemporary Tokyo – Edward Fowler
Shogun – James Clavell
Suite Francaise – Irene Nemirovsky
Sylvia Plath: Method and Madness – Edward Butscher
The Bohemians of the Latin Quarter – Henry Murger
The Book of Tea – Kakuzo Okakura
The Catcher in the Rye – J.D. Salinger
The Color Purple – Alice Walker
The Forest House – Marion Zimmer Bradley
The Haunted Looking-Glass – Edward Gorey
The Haunting of Hill House – Shirley Jackson
The House of Seven Gables – Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Inferno – Dante Alighieri
The Japanese Mind – Roger J. Davies & Osamu Ikeno
The Kite Runner – Khaled Hosseini
The Making of Modern Japan – Marius Jansen
The Maltese Falcon – Dashiell Hammett
The Old Curiosity Shop – Charles Dickens
The Road – Cormac McCarthy
The Road to Middle-Earth – Tom Shippey
The Seance – John Harwood
The Somnambulist – Jonathan Barnes
The Spiders of Allah – James Hider
The Stranger – Albert Camus
The Tale of Genji – Murasaki Shikibu
The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath – Sylvia Plath
The Woman in White – Wilkie Collins
Tokyo – Donald Richie
Tokyo Stories: A Literary Stroll – Lawrence Rogers
Under the Dome – Stephen King
Water for Elephants – Sara Gruen
Watership Down – Richard Adams
What the Buddha Taught – Walpola Rahula
Windblown World: The Journals of Jack Kerouac – Jack Kerouac
Women of the Asylum – Jeffery L. Geller

And these are the books I’m planning to re-read:

A Moveable Feast – Ernest Hemingway
Crime and Punishment – Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Faerie Tale – Raymond E. Feist
Hanna’s Daughters – Marianne Fredriksson
Jurassic Park – Michael Crichton
Lady Chatterley’s Lover – D.H. Lawrence
Shirley – Charlotte Brontë
Sophie’s World – Jostein Gaarder
The Dark Half – Stephen King
The Lord of the Rings – J.R.R. Tolkien
The Lost World – Michael Crichton
The Witching Hour – Anne Rice
Two Women – Marianne Fredriksson
Vanity Fair – William Makepeace Thackeray
Wuthering Heights – Emily Brontë


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