My e-book list

I think I might have gone overboard downloading free books onto the Kindle app on my iPad (I use the Kindle app as it lets me sync my reads on the iPad and the iPhone – useful when I’m stuck in a queue or something and I’ve only got my phone with me). So far this year I’ve read 4 e-books on the app and am on my fifth – Vanity Fair.

What do you think? Too much? (The list is alphabetical by author)

Joseph Bedier – The Romance of Tristan and Iseult
E.F. Benson – Queen Lucia
R.D. Blackmore – Lorna Doone: A Romance of Exmoor
M.E. Braddon – Lady Audley’s Secret
Wilkie Collins – Armadale
Wilkie Collins – The Woman in White
Carlo Collodi – Adventures of Pinocchio
James Fenimore Cooper – The Last of the Mohicans
Stephen Crane – The Red Badge of Courage
Daniel Defoe – The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders
E.M. Delafield – Consequences
Charles Dickens – Bleak House
Charles Dickens – Nicholas Nickleby
George Eliot – Middlemarch
George Eliot – The Mill on the Floss
Ralph Waldo Emerson – Essay: First Series
Dorothy Canfield Fisher – Understood Betsy
John Galsworthy – The Forsyte Saga
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell – Cranford
Anna Katharine Green – Agatha Webb
Thomas Hardy – Far from the Madding Crowd
Thomas Hardy – The Mayor of Casterbridge
Thomas Hardy – The Return of the Native
Henry James – The Aspern Papers
Henry James – The Awkward Age
Rudyard Kipling – The Man Who Would be King
Mary Robinette Kowal – First Flight
D.H. Lawrence – Sons and Lovers
Jack London – Sea Wolf
Hamilton Wright Mabie – Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know
Harriet Martineau – Deerbrook
Somerset Maugham – The Land of the Blessed Virgin: Sketches and Impressions in Andalusia
Somerset Maugham – The Magician
Kim Stanley Robinson – Red Mars
Edmond Rostand – Cyrano de Bergerac
Sir Walter Scott – Ivanhoe
Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton – South: The Story of Shackleton’s 1914-1917 Expedition
William Makepeace Thackeray – Vanity Fair 
Leo Tolstoy – Anna Karenina
Anthony Trollope – He Knew He Was Right
Henry Van Dyke – The Blue Flower

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4 thoughts on “My e-book list

  1. NEVER too much! 🙂 I use the Nook and Kobo apps on my phone, and I love them. I never thought I’d be one to read on my phone (!!!) but with a baby in the house, sometimes it’s the easiest fix. If I can’t stand being vertical anymore, I read when he’s in bed. Sometimes if he’s having trouble sleeping I’ll lie down with him and read on my phone. It works!

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    1. I never thought I’d read on the phone either, but sometimes I feel like I might actually read more on it than on my iPad! Somehow the smaller size makes it easier to push through the pages.

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