2011: Starting All Over Again

1. The Sentimentalists – Johanna Skibsrud
2. Napier’s Bones – Derryl Murphy
3. Cut Through the Bone: Stories – Ethel Rohan
4. The Paradox of Choice: Why More is Less – Barry Schwartz
5. Krakow Melt – Daniel Allen Cox
6. The Bone Cage – Angie Abdou
7. Uglies – Scott Westerfeld
8. Pretties – Scott Westerfeld
9. Specials – Scott Westerfeld
10. On Writing – Stephen King
11. Extras – Scott Westerfeld
12. You Are Not A Gadget – Jaron Lanier
13. Popular Hits of the Showa Era – Ryu Murakami
14. Reality is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World – Jane McGonigal
15. Nexus: Ascension – Robert Boyczuk
16. Witness to a Conga and Other Plays – Stewart Lemoine
17. Daytripper – Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá
18. House of Spells – Robert Pepper-Smith
19. Vancouver Special – Charles Demers
20. Ghostwritten – David Mitchell
21. Be Good – Stacey May Fowles
22. The Colony – Jillian Weise
23. Strangers – Taichi Yamada
24. The Beggar’s Garden – Michael Christie
25. One Day – David Nicholls
26. The Illumination – Kevin Brockmeier
27. The Rest is Noise – Alex Ross
28. Kafka on the Shore – Haruki Murakami
29. Pink Noise – Leonid Korogodski
30. What I Saw and How I Lied – Judy Blundell
31. The Unit – Ninni Holmqvist
32. Among Others – Jo Walton
33. Sleepless – Charlie Huston
34. Every Shallow Cut – Tom Piccirilli
35. Up Up Up – Julie Booker
36. Fear and Trembling – Amélie Nothomb
37. The Terminal Experiment – Robert J. Sawyer
38. The Door to Lost Pages – Claude Lalumiere
39. Machine of Death – Ryan North, Matthew Bennardo, & David Malki !
40. Paying For It – Chester Brown
41. The Canterbury Trail – Angie Abdou
42. Grace – Vanessa Smith
43. The Character of Rain – Amélie Nothomb
44. The Stories of Ibis – Hiroshi Yamamoto
45. More Money than Brains – Laura Penny
46. The Order of the Odd-Fish – James Kennedy
47. Infinite Reality – Jim Blascovich and Jeremy Bailenson
48. Business As Usual – Michael Boughn
49. A Visit from the Goon Squad – Jennifer Egan
50. Robopocalypse – Daniel H. Wilson
51. The Lake – Banana Yoshimoto
52. Monoceros – Suzette Mayr
53. Who Fears Death – Nnedi Okorafor
54. The Life of Hunger – Amélie Nothomb
55. Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth – Chris Ware
56. Divergent – Veronica Roth
57. The Art of Racing in the Rain – Garth Stein
58. What You See in the Dark – Manuel Muñoz
59. Lemon – Cordelia Strube
60. Who Are We and Should it Matter in the Twenty-First Century? – Gary Younge
61. In Search of a Distant Voice – Taichi Yamada
62. Skim – Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki
63. Blankets – Craig Thompson
64. The Imperfectionists – Tom Rachman
64. Revolver – Matt Kindt
65. All Men of Genius – Lev AC Rosen
66. The Red Market – Scott Carney
67. Long For This World: The Strange Science of Immortality – Jonathan Weiner
68. The Geographies of a Lover – Sarah de Leeuw
69. Restless White Fields – Barbara Langhorst
70. Western Taxidermy – Barb Howard
71. Dance, Gladys, Dance – Cassie Stocks
72. Greedy Little Eyes – Billie Livingston
73. Harmony – Project Itoh
74. The Man Who Killed – Fraser Nixon
75. Sulphuric Acid – Amelié Nothomb
76. Ready Player One – Ernest Cline
77. Once You Break A Knuckle – D.W. Wilson
78. Venous Hum – Suzette Mayr
79. Eeeee Eee Eeee – Tao Lin
80. The Burning – Jane Casey
81. Eutopia: A Novel of Terrible Optimism – David Nickle
82. The Odious Child – Carolyn Black
83. Hull Zero Three – Greg Bear
84. The Antagonist – Lynn Coady
85. Awakenings – Edward Lazellari
86. Beauty Plus Pity – Kevin Chong
87. Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlife – David Eagleman
88. Boneshaker – Cherie Priest
89. Dreadnought – Cherie Priest
90. Ganymede – Cherie Priest
91. Better Living Through Plastic Explosives – ZsuZsi Gartner
92. The Mere Future – Sarah Schulman
93. Reality Hunger: A Manifesto – David Shields
94. Half-Blood Blues – Esi Edugyan
95. Incognito – David Eagleman
96. Tokyo Fiancée – Amélie Nothomb
97. Beautiful Chaos – Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl
98. Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations – Clay Shirky
99. Daybreak – Brian Ralph
100. The Sisters Brothers – Patrick DeWitt
101. Embassytown – China Miéville
102. Wolf Boy – Evan Kuhlman
103. Crimson Labyrinth – Yusuke Kishi
104. Enter, Night – Michael Rowe
105. We Need to Talk About Kevin – Lionel Shriver
106. Cleavage – Theanna Bischoff
107. Glass Boys – Nicole Lundrigan
108. The Death Ray – Daniel Clowes
109. Haunted – Philippe Dupuy
110. 1Q84 – Haruki Murakami

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3 thoughts on “2011: Starting All Over Again

  1. Do we need to go over this again? I have no life in Edmonton, lol. Also, which eight? Monoceros, Daytripper, Beautiful Chaos, Half-Blood Blues, A Visit From the Goon Squad, and what else?

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