Books what I have (re)read:
1) Jose Saramago – The Elephant's Journey
2) William Gibson – Pattern Recognition
3) William Gibson – Spook Country
4) Michel Faber – The Hundred and Ninety-Nine Steps / The Courage Consort
5) William Gibson – Zero History
6) Sarah Waters – Tipping the Velvet
7) Andrea Gillies – The White Lie
8) John Wyndham – The Day of the Triffids
9) Andrew Xia Fukuda – Crossing
10) Philip Pullman – The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ (Canongate Myths)
11) China Mieville – The City and the City
12) Mark Chadbourn – World's End
13) Julian May – The Many-coloured Land
14) Sarah Moss – Cold Earth
15) Theresa Tomlinson – A Swarming of Bees
16) Chinua Achebe – Things Fall Apart
17) Daniel Defoe – A Journal of the Plague Year 1665
18) Michael Marshall – Killer Move
19) Maxence Fermine – The Black Violin
20) Colin Meloy – Wildwood
21) Dana Stabenow – A Cold Day For Murder
22) Madeline Miller – The Song of Achilles
23) Michael Marshall – The Straw Men
24) Max Brooks – World War Z
25) Niccolo Ammaniti – I'm Not Scared
26) Carlos Ruiz Zafon – The Shadow of the Wind
27) Susan Hill – A Question of Identity
28) John Fowles – The Collector
29) George Mann – The Affinity Bridge
30) Marcel Theroux – Far North
31) Maggie Gee – The Ice People
32) Michel Faber – The Fire Gospel (Canongate Myths)
33) Antal Szerb – The Pendragon Legend
34) Emma Donoghue – Room
35) Dr Spencer Johnson – Who Moved My Cheese?
36) Nick Hornby – How to be Good
37) Saladin Ahmed – Throne of the Crescent Moon
38) Mike Shevdon – Sixty-One Nails
39) Iain M. Banks – Against A Dark Background
40) Neil Gaiman – The Ocean at the End of the Lane
[-) Sheridan Le Fanu – In a Glass Darkly]*
41) Peter Watts – Starfish
42) Peter Watts – Maelstrom
43) A. S. Byatt – Ragnarok
44) David Mitchell – Ghostwritten
45) Phillip Pullman – Grimm Tales
46) Patrick McCabe – Winterwood
47) Paulo Coelho – The Alchemist
48) Albert Camus – The Stranger**
49) Ninni Holmqvist – The Unit
50) Rachel Joyce – The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry
51) Sarah Waters – Fingersmith
52) Sjon – The Blue Fox
53) Paolo Bacigalupi – The Windup Girl
54) Anna Goldsworthy – Piano Lessons
55) Jeff Noon – Falling Out of Cars
56) Catherynne Valente – The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland In A Ship of Her Own Making
57) Laini Taylor – Daughter of Smoke and Bone
58) Laini Taylor – Days of Blood and Starlight
59) PD James – The Children of Men
60) Stanislaw Lem – Solaris
61) Scott Lynch – The Lies of Locke Lamora
62) Scott Lynch – Red Seas Under Red Skies
63) Scott Lynch – The Republic of Thieves
64) Peter Heller – The Dog Stars
65) Joyce Carol Oates – The Corn Maiden and Other Nightmares
66) Amy Sackville – Orkney
67) Paul Hoffman – The Left Hand of God
68) Sean Pidgeon – Finding Camlann
69) Guy Halsall – Worlds of Arthur: Facts and fictions of the Dark Ages
70) Michael Marshall Smith – Everything You Need
71) Terry Brooks – The Elfstones of Shannara
72) Terry Brooks – The Wishsong of Shannara
73) Rosemary Sutcliff – Outcast
* I'm not granting this a fully read token as I've only read half of it (Green Tea and Carmilla) and probably won't return to read the other stories in the collection.
** Not a western in which an Englishman pretends to be a sheriff and embarrasses himself in front of his wife and a pretty French girl before saving the town from zombies, as it turns out.