Themed Reading Lists

Taking from Bookgirl’s site, here’s what’s on my TBR list by theme:

The Ultimate Silver Surfer, by Stan Lee
DC Universe: Helltown, by Dennis O’Neil
The Ultimates: Tomorrow Men, by Michael Jan Friedman
Spider-Man: The Other (graphic novel), by Peter David

Star Trek
Star Trek: Captain’s Glory, by William Shatner
Star Trek: Titan – The Red King, by Michael A. Martin and Andy Mangels
Star Trek: Titan – Orion’s Hounds, by Christopher L. Bennett

The Destruction of the Books, by Mel Odom
The Tough Guide to Fantasy Land, by Diana Wynne Jones
Summer Knight (Dresden Files 4), by Jim Butcher
Death Masks (Dresden Files 5), by Jim Butcher

Blood Price, by Tanya Huff
Vamps and the City, by Kerrelyn Sparks
Past Redemption, by Savannah Russe

Susan Grant (Yes, I’m catching up on all of her books)
The Scarlet Empress
The Star King
The Star Prince
The Star Princess

Mr. Monk and the Blue Flue, by Lee Goldberg
Murder, She Wrote: A Vote for Murder, by Donald Bain

Once Upon a Time: Behind the Fairy Tale of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier, by J. Randy Taraborrelli
Gonna Do Great Things: The Life of Sammy Davis, Jr., by Gary Fishgall
Multiple Biographies of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin

Dear John, by Nicholas Sparks
At First Sight, by Nicholas Sparks
A Hoboken Hipster in Sherwood Forest, by Marianne Mancusi

6 thoughts on “Themed Reading Lists”

  1. I am such a critic. I can’t do William Shatner Star Trek books. The guy just annoys me! Good ole Canadian pride, huh… It’s been a long time since I read a Star Trek book, actually. I used to read them all the time…

  2. I have Captain’s Blood, don’t know when I’ll get around to reading it.

    Btw, Happy Birthday to you! What a great day, Daniel Craig and your birthday. I’m going out after work and buying it.

  3. Good idea! I should make a theme book list myself. I think it’s pretty cool that you can go from vampire books to Nicolas Sparks. Talk about range. 😉

    I watched Blood Ties last night and the show really impressed me. It almost felt like I was watching The Sci Fi Channel or The CW. Weird. Anyhow, I’d like to check out Tonya Huff’s Blood Price and see how it compares to the show. And as far as Nicolas Sparks goes…he has so many books I have yet to read but A Walk to Remember is still my favorite.

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