Reading List

Books I plan to read someday, sometime (in no particular order):

1. Persuasion- Jane Austen

2. Eragon- Christopher Paolini

3. The Three Musketeers- Alexandre Dumas

4. The Count of Monte Cristo

5. The Prince and the Pauper- Mark Twain

6. Pygmalion- George Bernard Shaw

7. Captain Blood- Rafael Sabatini

8. Emily of New Moon- L.M. Montgomery

9. Hamlet- William Shakespeare

10. North and South- Elizabeth Gaskell

11. Screwtape Letters- C.S. Lewis

12. A Tale of Two Cities- Charles Dickens

13. They Loved to Laugh- Kathryn Worth

14. Ivanhoe- Sir Walter Scott

15. Lorna Doone- R.D. Blackmore

16. Sense and Sensibility- Jane Austen

17.  The Swan Kingdom- Zoe Marriott

18. The Enchanted Castle- Edith Nesbit

19. As You Like It- William Shakespeare

20. Nicholas Nickleby- Charles Dickens

21. Little Dorrit- Charles Dickens

22. Alex O’Donnell and the Forty Cyber Thieves- Regina Doman

23. Why Catholics Are Right- Michael Coren

24. Prove It! Series- Amy Welborn

25. Gone With the Wind- Margaret Mitchell

26. Mara, Daughter of the Nile- Eloise Jarvis McGraw

27. Emily Climbs- L.M. Montgomery

28. Emily’s Quest- L.M. Montgomery

29. The Blue Castle- L.M. Montgomery (yes, I like her books. A lot)

30. The Interior Castle- St. Teresa of Avila

31. Don Quixote- Miguel de Cervantes

32. A Gown of Spanish Lace- Janette Oke

33. Edmund Campion- Evelyn Waugh

33. The Tenant of Wildfell Hall- Anne Bronte

34. The Silmarillion- J.R.R. Tolkien

35. Rob Roy- Sir Walter Scott

36. The Bride of Lammermoor- Sir Walter Scott

37. Dressing With Dignity- Colleen Hammond

38. The Phantom of the Opera- Gaston Leroux

39. Catholic in Philadelphia Court- Martin de Porres Kennedy

40. Ella Enchanted- Gail Carson Levine

41. Hattie Big Sky -Kirby Larson

42. Orthodoxy- G. K. Chesterton

43. Idylls of the King- Tennyson

44. Enemy Brothers- Constance Savery

45. Escape From Warsaw- Ian Serraillier

46. Rebecca- Daphne du Maurier

47. Confessions of St. Augustine

48. Antigone- Sophocles

49. Phantom Tollbooth- Norton Juster

50. Sun Slower, Sun Faster- Meriol Trevor

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10 responses to “Reading List

  1. That’s quite a list. Although I’m generally more of a fan of newer types of books (I read a lot of Science Fiction and Fantasy), I do check out the classics from time to time, and I’m sure I’ll get to some of those books. Best of luck in getting through your list.

    • Elestyn

      I love fantasy too!
      Once I got into the classics, I think I became addicted to them. 🙂 I find their freshness and timelessness irresistable.
      And thank you!

  2. Jane Austen’s Persuasion is a great book…I like it only 2nd to Pride and Prejudice. The Silmarillion is also very interesting, though it’s not really a novel. The Phantom of the Opera is also very good.

    • Elestyn

      Cool! I’ve read some of Jane Austen’s and Tolkien’s other books and they’re just amazing! And I love the PotO movie and I’m really looking forward to reading the book!

  3. #4 The book was so much better than the movie.

    • Elestyn

      yeah, I’ve heard the book is really good! It’s too bad though that the movie doesn’t live up to the book. Can’t wait to read it!

  4. pkg

    Wow, this is a great list. I have read 3 of these and I guess I should put more on my list as well.
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