2019 Reading List

A little bit belated, but here’s my reading list from the year just gone:

  • The Line That Held Us – David Joy
  • Bluebird, Bluebird – Attica Locke
  • Riverside: Newcastle’s Legendary Alternative Music Venue – Hazel Plater and Carl Taylor
  • The Mordbidly Obese Ninja – Carlton Mellick III
  • Uzumaki – Junji Ito
  • My Sister, The Serial Killer – Oyinkan Braithwaite
  • My Darkest Prayer – S A Cosby
  • Vengeance Is Mine, All Others Pay Cash – Eka Kurniawan
  • The Punisher Omnibus Volume 2 – Garth Ennis
  • The Season Ticket – Jonathan Tulloch
  • Pig Iron – Ben Myers
  • The Ice Monster – David Walliams
  • Batman The Dark Knight: Master Race – Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello
  • The Dark Knight Returns: The Last Crusade – Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello
  • The Border – Don Winslow
  • Point Blank – Richard Stark
  • Ellerbisms – Marc Ellerby
  • Smoke – Nigel Bird
  • Bloody January – Alan Parks
  • The Witches – Roald Dahl
  • Slow Horses – Mick Herron
  • Be My Girl – Tony Hutchinson
  • Rival Sons – Aidan Thorn
  • How Kirsty Gets Her Kicks – Jennifer Lee Thomson
  • All Things Violent – Nikki Dolson
  • Comeback – Richard Stark
  • Natchez Burning – Greg Iles
  • Sleevenotes – Mark Lanegan
  • Skin – Peter Milligan
  • Hewligan’s Haircut – Peter Milligan
  • The Chain – Adrian McKinty
  • Foundation – Isaac Asimov
  • The Postman Always Rings Twice – James M Cain
  • I Spit On Your Graves – Boris Vian
  • The Drive-In – Joe Lansdale
  • The Great And Secret Show – Clive Barker
  • Skellig – David Almond
  • The Eye Of The World – Robert Jordan
  • Six Stories – Mat Wesolowski
  • Blood In, Blood Out – John Lee Brook
  • The Criminal – Jim Thompson
  • My Best Friend’s Exorcism – Grady Hendrix
  • Doctor Sleep – Stephen King
  • Batman: Gotham After Midnight – Steve Niles
  • The Subtle Knife – Philip Pullman
  • Batman: The Black Mirror – Scott Snyder
  • Batman: Broken City – Brian Azzarello
  • Batman: Zero Year Secret City – Scott Snyder
  • Batman: Zero Year Dark City – Scott Snyder
  • Batman: Gates Of Gotham – Scott Snyder and Kyle Higgins
  • Happy – Grant Morrison
  • Face It – Debbie Harry

 

If I had to pick my favourites of the year, I reckon I’d go with Face It – Debbie Harry, My Best Friend’s Exorcism – Grady Hendrix, My Sister The Serial Killer – Oyinkan Braithwaite, The Eye Of The World – Robert Jordan, and My Darkest Prayer – S A Cosby.

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