Bookrace 2014: Books 69 – 86

I feel like I should have something to say about these books, and I do, honestly. But I think Hyperbole and a Half’s take on Depression is pretty accurate to why I’m not saying it. I’m hoping that by getting this list caught up, I can break free of the paralysis. I’ve got ALOT (thanks, Allie Brosh) of posts to make. I just need to want to make them more than I don’t want to do Any of the Things.

Firefighters in their own words Dennis Smith Documentary
Cress (Lunar Chronicles 3) Marissa Meyer YA
Disenchanted & Co Lynn Viehl Steampunk
Hyperbole and a Half Allie Brosh Life
Like Water for Chocolate Laura Esquivel Magical Realism
The Taken Vicki Pettersson Paranormal Mystery
Book of Souls Glenn Cooper Mystery
Redemption in Indigo Karen Lord Non-Western fantasy
The Secret History of Las Vegas Chris Abani Mystery
The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms N.K. Jemisin Fantasy
Chasing the Devil’s Tail David Fulmer Historical Mystery
Gentlemen of the Road Michael Chabon Literary Fiction
Dressed for Death Donna Leon Mystery
The Marco Effect Jussi Adler-Olssen Mystery
All that Remains Patricia Cornwell Mystery
Cruel & Unusual Patricia Cornwell Mystery
The Body Farm Patricia Cornwell Mystery
Jass David Fulmer Historical Mystery
Gone Girl Gillian Flynn Literary Fiction