2012

This year, I’m doing two very different challenges.

One of them is the Soul Screamers Reading Challenge, hosted by Rachel at Fiktshun. It’s got a fixed time frame and there are over 150 people participating so far.

The other challenge is one of my own creation, a sort of personal throwdown: I’m tackling Paul Goat Allen’s list of the best paranormal novels of 2011. I’ve read a few but here’s the full list, including the ones I’ve already read.

  1. Pale Demon by Kim Harrison (The Hollows #9)
  2. Downpour by Kat Richardson (Greywalker #5)
  3. No Hero by Jonathan Wood
  4. The Breaking by Marcus Pelegrimas (Skinners #5)
  5. Aloha From Hell by Richard Kadrey (Sandman Slim #3)
  6. Etched in Bone by Adrian Phoenix (Maker’s Song #4)
  7. Green-Eyed Demon by Jaye Wells (Sabina Kane #3)
  8. Late Eclipses by Seanan McGuire (October Daye #5)
  9. Tempest’s Legacy by Nicole Peeler (Jane True #3)
  10. Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris (Southern Vampire/Sookie Stackhouse #11) — read but not reviewed
  11. Kindling the Moon by Jenn Bennett (Arcadia Bell #1)
  12. Hit List by Laurell K. Hamilton (Anita Blake #20)
  13. Hounded by Kevin Hearne (Iron Druid Chronicles #1)

HONORABLE MENTIONS

  • Bloodshot by Cherie Priest (Cheshire Red #1)
  • Ghost Story by Jim Butcher (Dresden Files #13)
  • Black Heart Loa by Adrian Phoenix (Hoodoo #2)
  • Devil’s Business by Caitlin Kittredge (Black London #4)
  • Another Kind of Dead by Kelly Meding (Dreg City #3)
  • Blood Work by Kim Harrison
  • River Marked by Patricia Briggs
  • Spider’s Revenge by Jennifer Estep
  • Crossed by J.F. Lewis (Void City #3)
  • Magic on the Hunt by Devon Monk (Allie Beckstrom #6)
  • The Shadow Reader by Sandy Williams (McKenzie Lewis #1)
  • Blackout by Rob Thurman (Cal and Niko #6)
  • Shadow Walker by Allyson James (Stormwalker #3)

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