Books read in 2011
A Little Princess – by Frances Hodgson Burnett- 4/5 stars

An Old-fashioned Girl – by Louisa May Alcott – 5/5 stars

Bleak House – by Charles Dickens- 3/5 stars

David Copperfield – by Charles Dickens – 5/5 stars

Eight Cousins – by Louisa May Alcott – 2/5 stars

Jo’s Boys, and How They Turned Out – by Louisa May Alcott – 3/5 stars

Little Dorrit – by Charles Dickens – 3/5 stars

Little Men: Life At Plumfield with Jo’s Boys – by Louisa May Alcott – 3/5 stars

Moby-Dick – by Herman Melville – 5/5 stars

Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde – by Robert Louis Stevenson – 3/5 stars

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn – by Mark Twain – 2/5 stars

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer – by Mark Twain – 4/5 stars

The Bible – 5/5 stars

The Time Machine – by H.G. Wells – 5/5 stars

Treasure Island – by Robert Louis Stevenson – 4/5 stars

Books read in 2010
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea – By Jules Verne – 3/5 stars

A Room with a View – by E. M. Forster – 4/5 starts

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland – by Lewis Carroll – 3/5 stars

Around the World in Eighty Days – by Jules Verne – 5/5 stars

Don Quixote – by Miguel Cervantes – 1/5 stars

Dracula – by Bram Stoker – 3/5 stars

Emma – by Jane Austen – 1/5 stars

Frankenstein – by Mary Shelley – 1/5 stars

Great Expectations – by Charles Dickens – 5/5 stars

Grimm’s Fairy Tales – by Jacob Ludwig, Karl Grimm – 1/5 stars

Howards End – by E. M. Forster – 5/5 stars

Jane Eyre – by Charlotte Bronte – 5/5 stars

Little Women – by Louisa May Alcott – 5/5 stars

Madame Bovary – by Gustave Flaubert – 1/5 stars

Mansfield Park – by Jane Austen – 2/5 stars

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