I love to read like alot. And the other day I was looking at my bookshelf and did the most unexpected thing. I got rid of books… Yes I, got rid of books that I no longer liked. I got rid of so many that I had a chance to take a few more books from my mums bookcase. About a year ago I did a post called dying to be read and since some of the books on that post were ones I have got rid of I decided to update my book list.

  1. Swallowdale – Arthur Ransome
  2. Swallows and Amazons – Arthur Ransome
  3. Peter Duck – Arthur Ransome
  4. Coot Club – Arthur Ransome
  5. Winter Holidays – Arthur Ransome
  6. Pigeon Post – Arthur Ransome
  7. We Didn’t Mean to Go to Sea – Arthur Ransome
  8. Secret Water – Arthur Ransome
  9. The Big Six – Arthur Ransome
  10. Missee Lee – Arthur Ransome
  11. Great Northern – Arthur Ransome
  12. The Picts and the Martyrs – Arthur Ransome
  13. If the gods are good – Gerald L Duskin
  14. Twelve Red Herrings – Jeffrey Archer
  15. The eleventh commandment – Jeffrey Archer
  16. A Prisoner of birth – Jeffrey Archer
  17. A quiver full of arrows – Jeffrey Archer
  18. The world according to Bob – James Bowen
  19. A street cat named Bob – James bowen
  20. The good life – Dorian Amos
  21. The secret garden – Frances Hodgson Burnett
  22. Taming the tiger – Tony Anthony
  23. To the moon and back -Jill Mansell
  24. The Reading Group – Elizabeth Noble
  25. Musselthwaite – Susan Moody
  26. Windfall – Penny Vincenzi
  27. Just a family affair – Veronica Henry
  28. Miranda’s big affair – Jill Mansell
  29. Always looking up – Michael J Fox
  30. Polo – Jilly Cooper
  31. Riders – Jilly Cooper
  32. The man who made husbands jelous – Jilly Cooper
  33. Appasionista – Jilly Cooper
  34. Rivals – Jilly Cooper
  35. Wicked – Jilly Cooper
  36. Score – Jilly Cooper
  37. A clash of kings – George RR Martin
  38. Jonathan strange and Mr norrell – Susanna Clarke
  39. Killing Floor – Lee Child
  40. The snow goose Ā – Paul Gallico
  41. Eldest – Christopher Paolini
  42. Inheritance – Christopher Paolini
  43. Brisnigr – Christopher Paolini
  44. Wuthering heights -Emily Bronte
  45. The book thief – Markus Zusak
  46. The Odessey – Homer
  47. Heidi – Johanna Spyri
  48. Doctor Zhivago – Boris Pasternak
  49. Fairy tales – Hans Christian Anderson
  50. The water babies – C.Kingsley
  51. The motorcycle diaries – Ernesto Che Guevara
  52. The time of my life – Patrick Swayze
  53. A short history of nearly everything – Bill Bryson
  54. The death cure – James Dashner
  55. The kill order – James Dashner
  56. Gesundheit – Patch Adams
  57. Deception Point – Dan Brown
  58. Peter Pan – J.M Barrie
  59. Peter Pan in Scarlet – Geraldine McCaughrean
  60. While we were watching dowton abbey – Wendy Wax
  61. The loop – Nicholas Evans
  62. The Horse Whisperer – Nicholas Evans
  63. Goldstrike – Matt Whyman
  64. The secret of Vesuvius – Caroline Lawrence
  65. The house of Hades – Rick Riordan
  66. Tisha – Ann Hobbs
  67. Paddington goes to town – Michael Bond
  68. Paddington goes to work – Michael Bond
  69. Paddington marches on – Michael Bond
  70. Paddington at large – Michael Bond
  71. Paddington takes the test – Michael Bond
  72. Paddington abroad – Michael Bond
  73. Paddington helps out – Michael Bond
  74. Ragged Owlet – Sue Cooke
  75. Love on the rocks – Veronica Henry
  76. Little house on the prairie – Laura Ingalls Wilder
  77. Little town on the prairie – Laura Ingalls Wilder
  78. Little house in the big woods – Laura Ingalls Wilder
  79. Solomon’s tale – Sheila Jefferies

Hope you enjoyed this list. I have alot of fun times ahead catching up with this reading list. If you want to check out my progress go to goodreads and follow Ruth Hawes šŸ˜ƒšŸ˜ƒ

Comment below which books you have read and which books you think I should read after Sophie’s world šŸ˜„šŸ˜„

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