Books read in 2009

 I read 33 books in 2008.  Planning on reading a bunch this year too, even though I will be recovering from partial left shoulder replacement and attending the Warrant Officer Advanced Course at Fort Jackson, SC 7 June - 29 July. 


Janauary - *The Overwhelmed Woman's Guide to...Caring for Aging Parents by Julie-Allyson Ieron

January -   **The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis

January - Slandering Jesus.  Six Lies People Tell About The Man Who Said He Was God by Erwin Lutzer (RECOMMENDED)

January - Why The Ressurection? by Greg Laurie

January - Don't Waste Your Life by John Piper

March - A Darker Place by Jack Higgins

April - The Way Of The Master by Ray Comfort

April - ***A Conflict Of Visions.  Ideological Origins Of Political Struggles by Thomas Sowell

April - ****Flood Tide by Clive Cussler

April - The Ghost by Robert Harris (NOT RECOMMENDED)

April - *****1939:  The Lost World Of The Fair by David Gelernter

June - How to Give Away Your Faith by Paul E. Little

June - Medusa by Clive Cussler with Paul Kemprecos

June - Hostage Rescue Manual by Leroy Thompson

June - Jimmy Stewart Bomber Pilot by Starr Smith

June & July - Company Commander by Charles B. MacDonald

July - The Cowpens Staff Ride and Battlefield Tour by Lieutenant Colonel John Moncure

July - The Apostle by Brad Thor

July - MUD & GUTS A look at the common soldier of the American Revolution by Bill Mauldin

July - Consent To Kill by Vince Flynn

July & August - An Honorable German, A Novel Of World War II by Charles McCain

August - SCHULZ and Peanuts a Biography by David Michaelis

September - Spartan Gold by Clive Cussler with Grant Blackwood

September - 10 lies about God and the Truths that shatter deception by Erwin Lutzer

September - Night Of The Fox by Jack Higgins

October - ******L.A. Requiem by Robert Crais

October - Nothing Created Everything, The Scientific Impossibility Of Atheistic Evolution by Ray Comfort

October - Pursuit Of Honor by Vince Flynn

October - Gastroanomalies, questionable culinary creations from the golden age of American Cookery
 by James Lileks

October & November - Arguing With Idiots, How To Stop Small Minds And Big Government by Glenn Beck

November - WHY THE NORTH WON THE CIVIL WAR, Six Authoritative Views on the Economic, Military, Diplomatic, Social, and Political Reasons Behind The Confederacy's Defeat edited by David Herbert Donald

November - Going Rogue by Sarah Palin

November & December - The Wrecker by Clive Cussler and Justin Scott

December - safe in the arms of God, truth from heaven about the death of a child by John MacArthur 

* only read about 1/4 of this one

** only read about 1/5 of this one

*** only read 3 of the 9 chapters of this one

**** only read 1/2 of this one (I have already read this particular book at least twice)

***** only read 1/4 of this book

****** only read 10 of the 43 chapters








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