1) Robert Jordan – The Fires of Heaven
2) Robert Jordan – Lord of Chaos
3) Robert Jordan – A Crown of Swords
4) Robert Jordan – The Path of Daggers
5) Robert Jordan – Winter's Heart
6) Robert Jordan – Crossroads of Twilight
7) Robert Jordan – Knife of Dreams
8) Robert Jordan / Brandon Sanderson – The Gathering Storm
9) Robert Jordan / Brandon Sanderson – Towers of Midnight
10) Alan Garner – The Weirdstone of Brisingamen
11) Michael Marshall Smith – One of Us
12) Julian May – Jack the Bodiless
13) Julian May – Diamond Mask
14) Julian May – Magnificat
15) Francis Pryor – Britain BC (thank you  !)
16) John Wyndham – The Midwich Cuckoos
17) Tom Coffey – Blood Alley
18) Iain M. Banks – Surface Detail
19) Iain M. Banks – Excession
20) Patrick Rothfuss – The Name of the Wind
21) Jeremy Gavron – An Acre of Barren Ground
22) Robert Lacey & Danny Danziger – The Year 1000
23) Peter Hill – Stargazing
24) Richard Morgan – Broken Angels
25) George R. R. Martin – A Feast for Crows
26) George R. R. Martin – A Dance with Dragons
[might have forgotten one here…]
27) Martin Cruz Smith – Three Stations
28) Susan Hill – The Small Hand
29) Dorothy L. Sayers – Whose Body?
30) L.M. Montgomery – Anne of Green Gables
31) Peter Watts – Blindsight
[might have forgotten one or too here – got busy and stopped making regular notes]
32) C.J. Sansom – Heartstone
33) Neil Gaiman – Neverwhere
34) Ben Aaronovitch – Rivers of London
35) Michelle Paver – Dark Matter
36) Iain M. Banks – Consider Phlebas
[oh dear, took no notes for ages and ages – no idea how many I've missed, but certainly read]
Richard Morgan – The Cold Commands
37) Scott Lynch – The Lies of Locke Lamora
38) Henning Mankell – The Man from Beijing
39) L.M. Montgomery – Anne of Avonlea
40) L.M. Montgomery – Anne of the Island
41) Katharine Kerr – Polar City Blues
[this whole too busy to LJ thing really interfered with tracking. It's weeks since I finished Mankell – clearly many books missing here]
 
Reading now:
–) Nick Harkaway – The Gone-Away World
–) Richard Morgan – Woken Furies

This year, I shan't be setting a reading list as it has been proven to have no influence on what I actually want to read when I next go to my bookshelf. Nor will I set a target of books to read. Instead, I hope to read The Economist more often, and perhaps even branch out into Wired, National Geographic, and NewSci at least occasionally. I shall also shamelessly enjoy a lot of epic fantasy and science fiction to balance out the amazingly cool and cerebral volumes I received for Christmas.

Magazine count:
National Geographic – February, March, April, May, July, August, stopped keeping track
The Economist – err, a bit of one
NewSci – 2
Empire – failed to keep track