Master List

This is the list of all the books the London Bibliogoths have read since the group was founded in 2002. The most recent year is listed first, although the years are listed in month order. As you can see there are one or two things we’ve read more than once, so don’t be afraid to put something on the long list if we already read it (as long as it wasn’t too recently).

January – Daphne Du Marier, “Rebecca”
February – Andy Weir, “Artemis”
March – Octavia Butler, “Kindred”
April – Martha Wells, “All Systems Red”
May –
June –
July –
August –
September –
October –
November –
December –

January – Claire North, “The Sudden Appearance of Hope”
February – Robert Louis Stephenson, “The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mister Hyde”
March – Neil Gaiman, “American Gods”
April – Meg Howrey, “The Wanderers”
May – Mark Haddon, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime”
June – William Morris, “News from Nowhere”
July – Jane Austen, “Northanger Abbey”
August – No meeting
September – No meeting
October – No meeting
November – Mary Stewart, “The Crystal Cave”
December – Oscar Wilde, “The Picture of Dorian Grey”

January – Ransom Riggs, “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Perculiar Children”
February – Neil Stephenson, “Snow Crash”
March – Alastair Reynolds, “Blue Remembered Earth”
April – Kate Morton, “The Secret Keeper”
May – Emily St John Mandel, “Station Eleven”
June – Ernest Cline, “Ready Player One”
July – Hilary Mantel, “Wolf Hall”
August – Arthur Conan Doyle, “A Study in Scarlet”
September – Karl Schroder, “Lockstep”
October – Matthew Rossi, “Nameless”
November – Maile Meloy, “The Apothecary”
December – Andrea Wulf, “The Invention of Nature”

January – David Foster Wallace, “Infinite Jest”
February – Don Delilo, “Libra”
March – Marie Brennan, “A Natural History of Dragons”
April – V E Schwab, “A Darker Shade of Magic”
May – Charlie Stross, “The Bloodline Feud”
June – Virginia Woolf, “Orlando”
July – no meeting
August – JG Ballard, “Vermillion Sands”
September – Johanna Sinisalo, “Not Before Sundown”
October – Mary Renault, “The King Must Die”
November – Verner Vinge, “Rainbows End”
December – no meeting

January – Lois McMaster Bujold, “The Warriors Apprentice”
February – Christopher Brookmyre, “The Sacred Art of Stealing”
March – Charlie Stross, “Saturn’s Children”
April – Terry Pratchett, “Soul Music”
May – Octavia Butler, “Dawn”
June – Sydney Padua, “The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage”
July – Ann Lecke, “Ancillary Justice”
August – Horace Walpole, “The Castle of Otranto”
September – Michael Marshall Smith, “Only Forward”
October – Frances Hodgson Burnett, “The Secret Garden”
November – skipped meeting
December – skipped meeting

January – Isabelle Allende, “Eva Luna”
February – Neil Gaiman, “The Ocean at the End of the Lane”
March – Margaret Atwood, “Alias Grace”
April – Tracey Chevalier, “Falling Angels”
May – Robin Sloan, “Mr Pemumbra’s 24-hour Bookstore”
June – Iain M Banks, “Consider Phlebas”
July – Holly Black, “The Coldest Girl in Coldtown”
August – Kate Atkinson, “Life After Life”
September – skipped meeting
October – Ben Aaranovitch, “Rivers of London”
November – Issac Asimov, “Foundation”
December – China Meiville, “Embassytown”

January – no meeting
February – no meeting
March – no meeting
April – no meeting
May – no meeting
June – Paolo Bacigalupi, “The Windup Girl”
July – Charlie Stross, “The Jennifer Morgue”
August – no meeting
September – no meeting
October – Henry Miller, “The Tropic of Capricorn”
November – Terry Pratchett & Stephen Baxter, “The Long Earth”
December – Scott Lynch, “The Lies of Locke Lamora”

January – Guy Gavriel Kay, “Ysabel”
February – John le Carre, “The spy who came in from the cold”
March – Gabriel Garcia Marquez, “One Hundred Years of Solitude”
April – Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky, “The Letter Killers Club”
May – John Webster, “The Duchess of Malfi”
June – Alan Garner, “Red Shift”
July – Doris Lessing, “The Golden Notebook”
August – no meeting
September – no meeting
October – no meeting
November – no meeting
December – no meeting

January – Yahtzee Croshaw, “Mogworld”
February – Lewis Carroll, “Alice’s Adventure’s in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass”
March – Neil Gaiman, “Stardust”
April – John Banville, “The Infinities”
May – Kathe Koja, “Under the Poppy”
June – Megan Lindholm, “The Wizard of the Pigeons”
July – Ken McCleod, “The Cassini Division”
August – Gail Carriger, “Soulless”
September – Lord Dunsany, “The King of Elfland’s Daughter”
October – Charles Portis, “True Grit”
November – Ray Bradbury, “Farenheit 451”
December – Ursula le Guin, “The Dispossessed”

January – Marjane Satrapi, “Persepolis”
February – Neil Gaiman, “The Graveyard Book”
March – Alasdair Grey, “Lanark”
April – A S Byatt, “Possession”
May – George Orwell, “Homage to Catalonia”
June – Nancy Collins, “Sunglasses After Dark”
July – Thomas Pynchon, “The Crying of Lot 49”
August – Charlie Stross, “Singularity Sky”
September – Kate Griffin, “Madness of Angels”
October – Arthur C Clarke, “Songs of Distant Earth”
November – Jeffery Eugenides, “Middlesex”
December – John Wyndham, “The Crysalids”

January – Petronius, “The Satyricon”
February – Issac Asimov, “Caves of Steel”
March – Max Brooks, “World War Z”
April – William Gibson, “The Difference Engine”
May – Neil Gaiman, “Preludes & Nocturnes”
June – Michael Marshall Smith, “Only Forward”
July – Philip K Dick, “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”
August – no meeting
September – Patrick Rothfuss, “Name of the Wind”
October – Audrey Niffenegger, “The Time Traveller’s Wife”
November – Donna Tartt, “The Secret History”
December – Yvgeny Zamyatin, “We”

January – Neil Stephenson, “The Diamond Age”
February – Anatole France, “Revolt of the Angels”
March – HP Lovecraft, “The Call of Cuthulu”
April – Mark Z. Danielewski, “House of Leaves”
May – Apuleius, “The Golden Ass”
June – Cazotte, “The Devil in Love”
July – Orhman Parmuk, “My Name is Red”
August – “Madame Bovary”
September – Shan Sa, “Empress”
October – Anais Nin, “Spy in the House of Love”
November – William Morris, “The Wood Beyond the World”
December – Hoffman, “The Devil’s Elixirs”

January – Elizabeth Kostova, “The Historian”
February – David Hayles, “The Suicide Kit”
March – Clare Clark, “The Great Stink”
April – W.H.Hodgson, “The Casebook of the Carnacki Ghost Finder”
May – Henry James, “The Turn of the Screw”
June – Lautreamont, “Chants of Maldoror”
July – Will Self, “The Quantity Theory of Insanity”
August – Vernon Lee, “Hauntings and Other Tales”
September – Anne Radcliffe, “The Italian”
October – Joseph Conrad, “The Secret Agent”
November – Angela Carter, “Nights at the Circus”
December – Jack Kerouac, “On The Road”

January – Arturo Perez-Reverte, “The Dumas Club”
February – Nigel Williams, “The Wimbledon Poisoner”
March – Mikhail Bulgakov, “The Master and the Margarita”
April – Emile Zola, “Nana”
May – Neil Gaiman, “Neverwhere”
June – Robert Graves, “I, Claudius”
July – Christopher Isherwood, “Goodbye to Berlin”
August – Anne Somerset, “The Affair of the Poisons”
September – Choderlos de Laclos, “Les Liasons Dangereuses”
October – Peter Ackroyd, “Hawksmoor”
November – Boris Akunin, “The Winter Queen”
December – George Stewart, “The Earth Abides”

January – J K Huysmans, “The Damned (La Bas)”
February – Jeanette Winterson, “The Passion”
March – Joanne Harris, “Sleep Pale Sister”
April – Poppy Z Brite, “Lost Souls”
May – Sheridan Le Fanu, “In a Glass Darkly”
June – Ray Bradbury, “Something Wicked This Way Comes”
July – Julian Barnes, “England, England”
August – Bruno Maddox, “My Little Blue Dress”
September – Arthur Conan Doyle, “The Sign of Four”
October – Trisha Sullivan, “Dreaming in Smoke”
November – Aldous Huxley, “The Devils of Loudan”
December – no meeting

January – Michael Marshall Smith, “Only Forward”
February – Oscar Wilde, “The Picture of Dorian Gray”
March – J.G. Ballard, “Crash”
April – Hermann Hesse, “Steppenwolfe”
May – Gabriel Garcia Marquez, “One Hundred Years of Solitude”
June – Horace Walpole, “The Castle of Otranto”
July – Pauline Reage, “The Story of O”
August – Jeff Noon, “Vurt”
September – Nick Cave, “And the Ass Saw the Angel”
October – Lemony Snicket, “The Bad Beginning”
November – Octave Mirbeau, “The Torture Garden”
December – no meeting

January – Anne Bishop, “Daughter Of Blood”
February – Philip K Dick, “The Man in the High Castle”
March – Philip K Dick, “Ubik”
April – George Orwell, “Nineteen Eighty-Four”
May – Michael Marshall Smith, “One of Us”
June – Oscar Wilde, “The Picture of Dorian Gray”
July – Federico Andahazi, “The Merciful Women”
August – Joseph Heller, “Catch 22”
September – Ian McEwan, “The Cement Garden”
October – Margaret Atwood, “The Handmaid’s Tale”
November – Eoin Colfer, “Artemis Fowl”
December – Hunter S Thompson, “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”

September – Iain Banks, “The Wasp Factory”
October – Joanne Harris, “Chocolat”
November – unknown
December – unknown