Books I’ve Read in 2014

libraryWell, 2014 is behind us and so is my first year with a reading plan.  I didn’t do nearly as well as I had hoped that I would.  I had planned on reading 33 books and actually read 39 books.  Out of those 39, only 7 were on my original list.  14 of them were books that I reviewed for publishers.  Knowing what I know about my progress in 2014, I am hoping that my plan for 2015 will be more realistic.  I will be posting that next week.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer “The Cost of Discipleship”

Dietrich Bonhoeffer “Life Together”

Johnny Cash “Man In Black”

Francis Chan “Multiply”

Matt Chandler “Recovering Redemption”

Suzanne Collins “The Hunger Games”

Suzanne Collins “Catching Fire”

Wayne Cordeiro with Francis Chan & Larry Osborne “Sifted”

Jim Cymbala “Storm”

Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson “Answering Your Kids’ Toughest Questions”

Nathan Foster “The Making of An Ordinary Saint”

Norman Geisler and Daniel McCoy “The Atheist’s Fatal Flaw”

Ken Gire “At Peace in the Storm”

Malcolm Gladwell “David and Goliath”

Edgar Harell “Out of the Depths”

John Hart “50 Things You Need to Know About Heaven”

Peter Hitchens “The Rage Against God”

Stephen King “The Green Mile”

Sean McDowell & John Stonestreet “Same-Sex Marriage: A Thoughtful Approach to God’s Design for Marriage”

Bob Merritt “Get Wise”

Matt Mikalatos “The First Time We Saw Him”

Stephen Miller “100 Tough Questions About God and the Bible”

Matt Papa “Look and Live”

Andrew Peterson “On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness”

Andrew Peterson “North! Or Be Eaten”

Andrew Peterson “The Monster in the Hollows”

Rick Riordan “The Lightning Thief”

Rick Riordan “The Sea of Monsters”

Veronica Roth “Divergent”

Veronica Roth “Insurgent”

J.K. Rowling “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”

J.K. Rowling “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets”

J.K. Rowling “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”

J.K. Rowling “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”

Francis Schaeffer “True Spirituality”

Sting “Broken Music”

William Vanderbloemen and Warren Bird “Next”

H. Norman Wright “Experiencing the Loss of a Family Member”

N.T. Wright “How God Became King”

2 thoughts on “Books I’ve Read in 2014

  1. But…but… you didn’t finish the Hunger Games or Divergent series. How could you not find out how it all ends? Or the Harry Potter series. That’s like leaving a buffet after only two bites!

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