Oh I wish I had seen the book challenge earlier, I don't remember all I've read so far this year!
I know I've read:
1) The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
2) Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
3) Mocking Jay by Suzanne Collins
My younger sister loves the series and I thought it was a good read. Being a fan of Battle Royal it was interesting to see the story lightened up (or just made suitable for a younger audience, I don't know how you could lighten that series up)
4) Bite Me by Christopher Moore
It was an okay read, one of my least favorite Christopher Moore books, I much prefer A Dirty Job or LAMB. The main character was a teenage goth girl whose narrative was painful to read at some points (like omg really-totally-really-super-lamesauce).
5) Emma by Jane Austen
Nice good easy read, I can't believe I never read it when I was younger.
6) The Fires of Heaven by Robert Jordan
7) Lord of Chaos by Robert Jordan
8) A Crown of Swords by Robert Jordan
9) The Path of Daggers By Robert Jordan
10) Winter's Heart by Robert Jordan (I'm still currently reading this one)
Books 5-9 of the Wheel of Time, a great, long-running epic fantasy series. Some of these middle books are dragging a bit for me, particularly number 8, but I've heard it gets very good again with book 11, when Sanderson takes over. At this point I feel so invested, I want to finish it out. I do recommend the series if you are a fan of fantasy, even though some parts are annoying.
11) A Game of Thrones by George R R Martin
12) A Clash of Kings by George R R Martin
Rereading these, LOVE the series. My daughter's middle name is Khaleesi.
13) The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
A nice, quick read.
14) Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
Reread, I enjoyed it again
15) Stone of Tears by Terry Goodkind
16) Blood of the Fold by Terry Goodkind
Books 2&3 of The Sword of Truth series. I would not recommend reading these, as they are poorly-executed ripoffs of the Wheel of Time series. I did enjoy The Legend of the Seeker tv series based on the books. It was the only reason I read the first three books.
17) Montessori : The Science Behind the Genius by Angeline Stool Lilard
This made some interesting arguments and was a good read but I am fairly new to Montessori and doubt I would feel the same if more accustomed to Maria Montessori's philosophies.
18) A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens
Reread, although he is famous for it I forgot just how verbose Dickens can be.
19) Beyond the Sling by Mayim Bialik
Great read! I personally love Amy Farrah Fowler on The Big Bang Theory and it was nice to read about gentle discipline from a neuroscientist's point of view.
20) The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding
Reread, love it!
21) Whole Foods for Babies & Toddlers by Margaret Kenda
I have an older version as I purchased it a my LLL's book sale but it is full of great recipes (although I haven't used any yet, DD was just 6 months on 7/1 so still EBF)
22) Feed Yourself, Feed Your Family by La Leche
Again full of good recipes
Sorry for the wall of text! I know I've forgotten some but this is a long enough post as is. I've been a long time lurker and of course a thread about books brings me out.
Igranie- do you watch the HBO series?