Books Read 2013

These are some, but not all of the book I read in 2013. They are not in any particular order.

1. The Ruins of Lace, by Iris Anthony
2. Sarah’s Key, by Tatiana de Rosnay
3. The Life of an Unknown Man, by Adrei Makine
4. The Provider, by Evelyn R. Marshall
5. A Changed Man, by Francine Prose
6. Bread Givers, by Anzia Yezierska
7. The Shawl, by Cynthia Ozick
8. The Longing Season, by Christine Schaub
9. Journey to Heaven, by Leila Leah Bronner
10. By Blood, by Ellen Ullman
11. Torah Conversations With Nechama Leibowitz, by Bejamin Yasgur
12. Above All Things, by Tanis Rideout
13. Flower of God, by Herbert Ausubel
14. Remedies, by Kate Ledger
15. The Inbetween People, by Emma McEvoy
16. Open Heart, by Elie Wiesel
17. Family Pictures, by Jane Green
18. The Tin Horse, by Janice Steinberg
19. Forty Years in a Day, by Mona Rodriguez and Dianne Vigorito
20. The Conversation, by Joshua Golding
21. Marmee & Louisa, by Eva LaPlante
22. Yokohama Yankee, by Leslie Helm
23. Manischewitz: The Matzo Family, by Dov Behr
24. In Case We’re Separated, by Alice Mattison
25. The Golden Shore, by David Helvarg
26. Freud’s Sister-A Novel, by Goce Smilevski
27. Memory Wall-Stories, by Anthony Doerr
28. Voices in the Evening, by Natalia Ginzburg
29. The Italians, by Frances Elliot
30. And Sons, by David Gilbert
31. The Rarest Blue, by Baruch Sterman
32. What My Mother Gave Me, by Elizabeth Benedict
33. The History of Love, by Nicole Krauss
34. Being Polite to Hitler, by Robb Forman Dew
35. Doublelife, by Gayle Redlingshafer Berman and Harold Berman
36. The Button Collector, by Elizabeth Jennings
37. Benevolence and Betrayal, by Alexander Stille
38. Orphan Train, by Christina Baker Kline
39. The Forgotten Keys, by Tomasz Rozycki
40. Wandering Stars, by Sholem Aleichem
41. 11.22.63, by Stephen King
42. The Golden Willow, by Harry Bernstein
43. I Kiss Your Hands Many Times, by Marianne Szegedy-Maszak
44. Provenance, by Ronald Florence
45. Gabby: A Story of Courage, Love and Resilience, by Gabby Giffords
46. A Thread of Grace, by Mary Doria Russell
47. The Town Beyond the Wall, by Elie Wiesel
48. The Invisible Wall, by Harry Bernstein
49. The Scientists: A Family Romance, by Marco Roth
50. The Jewel Trader of Pegu, by Jeffrey Hantover
51. The First Lady of Fleet Street, by Eilat Negev and Yehuda Koren
52. Snow in August, by Pete Hamill
53. Daniel Deronda, by George Eliot
54. The EArth and Sky of Jacques Dorme, by Andrei Makine
55. A Lucky Child, by Thomas Buergenthal
56. RAshi’s Daughters, Book III: Rachel, by Maggie Anton
57. The Language of Flowers, by VAnessa Diffenbaugh
58. The Chaperone, by Laura Moriarty
59. Tinkers, by Paul Harding
60. The Jump Artist, by Austin Ratner
61. Country of Ash, by Edward Reicher
62. The Golem and the Jinni, by Helene Wecker
63. Where She Came From, by Helen Epstein
64. The Innocents, by Francesca Segal
65. Alentejo Blue, by Monica Ali
66. Will in the World, by Stephen Greenblatt
67. The Enemy at His Pleasure, by S. Ansky
68. Far Above Rubies, by Cynthia Polansky
69. Hourglass, by Danilo Kis
70. Psalm 44, by Danilo Kis
71. Rhyming Life & Death, by Amos Oz
72. Chains Around the Grass, by Naomi Ragen
73. Soul to Soul, by Deborah Masel
74. A Mind of Winter, by Shira Nayman
75. The Retrospective, by A.B. Yehoshua
76. The Periodic Table, by Primo Levi
77. Identical Strangers, by Elyse Schein and Paula Bernstein
78. Maya, by Jostein Gaarder
79. The Lives They Left Behind
80. Natural Flights of the Human Mind, by Clare Morrall
81. Enrique’s Journey, by Sonia Nazario
82. The Pursuit of Happyness, by Chris Gardner
83. A Change of Heart, by Jodi Picoult
84. A Bricklayer’s Tale, by Gary Troia
85. Brave Genius, by Sean B. Carroll
86. After Dark, by Haruki Murakami
87. Arthur and George, by Julian Barnes
88. Great House, by Nicole Krauss
89. Openwork, by Adria Bernardi
90. Requiem for a Lost Empire, by Andrei Makine
91. Vita, by Melania G. Mazzucco
92. Stronger than Iron, by Mendel Balberyszski
93. We Were Europeans, by Werner M. Loval
94. Lord Byron’s Novel, by John Crowley
95. What Maizie Knew, by Henry James
96. Book of Ages-The Life and Opinions of Jane Franklin, by Jill Lepore
97. A Guide for the Perplexed, by Dara Horn
98. The Essays of George Eliot, by George Eliot
99. A Memoir of Jane Austen, by James Edward Austen-Leigh
100. The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak
101. Paris: A Novel, by Edward Rutherfurd
102. The Rise of David Levinsky, by Abraham Cahan
103. Wandering Star, by J.M.G. LeClezio
104. Possession, by A.S. Byatt
105. Marie Curie and Her Daughters, by Shelley Emling
106. To Siberia, by Per Petterson
107. Norman Mailer: A Double LIfe, by J. Michael Lennon
108. New York: The Novel, by Edward Rutherfurd
109. Last Train to Istanbul

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