Books read in 2023

Hawk Mountain (Connor Habib; 2022. Fiction.) LIB
Ducks: Two Years in the Oil Sands (Kate Beaton; 2022. Graphic non-fiction.) LIB
Babysitter (Joyce Carol Oates; 2022. Fiction.) RFS
Hello, Stranger: How We Find Connection in a Disconnected World (Will Buckingham; 2021. Fiction.) RFS
Moby-Dick; or, The Whale (Herman Melville; 1851. Fiction.) RFS *
Reader, Come Home: The Reading Brain in a Digital World (Maryanne Wolf; 2018. Non-fiction.) RFS
Mariners, Renegades and Castaways: The Story of Herman Melville and the World We Live In (C.L.R. James; 1953. Non-fiction.) ATY
Bloodbath Nation (Paul Auster; 2023. Non-fiction.) LIB
Gender Queer (Maia Kobabe; 2019. Graphic non-fiction.) LIB
The Odyssey (Homer. (Translated by Emily Wilson; 2017.) Poetry.) RFS *
New Kid (Jerry Craft; 2019. Graphic fiction.) LIB
Salvador Dali (Mike Venezia; 2016. Graphic non-fiction.) LIB
This Is Dalí (Catherine Ingram; 2014. Non-fiction.) LIB
Welcome to the New World (Jake Halpern and Michael Sloan; 2020. Graphic non-fiction.) LIB
The Mad, Mad World of Salvador Dalí (Angela Wenzel; 2003. Non-fiction.) LIB
Salvador Dalí: Exploring the Irrational (Edmund Swinglehurst; 1996. Non-fiction.) LIB
A Study in Scarlet (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; 1887. Fiction.) RFS *
Blue Is the Warmest Color (Jul Maroh; 2013. Graphic fiction.) LIB
Kent State: Four Dead in Ohio (Derf Backderf; 2020. Graphic non-fiction.) LIB
The Midcoast (Adam White; 2022. Fiction.) RFS
What Do We Need Men For?: A Modest Proposal (E. Jean Carroll; 2019. Non-fiction.) LIB
How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy (Jenny Odell; 2019. Non-fiction.) LIB
Like (A.E. Stallings; 2018. Poetry.) LIB
Pompeii: Unearthing Ancient Worlds (Liz Sonneborn; 2008. Non-fiction.) LIB
Fenwomen: A Portrait of Women in an English Village (Mary Chamberlain; 1975. Non-fiction.) RFS
Crime and Punishment (Fyodor Dostoevsky; 1866. (Translated by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky; 1992.)) Fiction.) RFS
Prometheus Bound (Aeschylus. (Translated by Elizabeth Barrett Browning; 1831.)) Drama / Poetry.) OTH
The Winter’s Tale (William Shakespeare; 1611. Drama.) RFS *
The Dead (James Joyce; 1611. Fiction.) RFS *
A World of Curiosities (Louise Penny; 2022. Fiction.) RFS
The Return of Martin Guerre (Natalie Zemon Davies; 1983. Non-fiction.) ATY
And So It Goes: Kurt Vonnegut: A Life (Charles J. Shields; 2011. Non-fiction.) RFS
The Self Delusion: The New Neuroscience of How We Invent―and Reinvent―Our Identities (Gregory Berns; 2022. Non-fiction.) LIB
The Comedy of Errors (William Shakespeare; 1594. Drama.) RFS *
The Lemming Condition (Alan Arkin; 1976. Fiction.) RFS
I Have Some Questions for You (Rebecca Makkai; 2023. Fiction.) ATY
King Lear (William Shakespeare; 1606. Drama.) RFS *
The Betrothed (Alessandro Manzoni; 1827. (Translated by Michael F. Moore; 2023.)) Fiction.) ATY
Little Monsters, Vol. 1 (Jeff Lemire; 2022. Graphic fiction.) LIB
Astronauts: Women on the Final Frontier (Jim Ottaviani; 2020. Graphic non-fiction.) LIB
Of Human Kindness: What Shakespeare Teaches Us About Empathy (Paula Marantz Cohen; 2021. Non-fiction.) RFS
The Emigrants (W.G. Sebald; 1992/1996. Fiction.) RFS *
Gilgamesh the King (Ludmila Zeman; 1992. Fiction.) LIB
The Revenge of Ishtar (Ludmila Zeman; 1993. Fiction.) LIB
Don Quixote (Miguel de Cervantes; 1605/1615. (Translated by Edith Grossman; 2003.) Fiction.) RFS
All the Beauty in the World: The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Me (Patrick Bringley; 2023. Non-fiction.) ATY
Project Hail Mary (Andrew Weir; 2021. Fiction.) RFS
The Last Quest of Gilgamesh (Ludmila Zeman; 1998. Fiction.) LIB
Watership Down (Richard Adams; 1972. Fiction.) RFS
Lessons in Chemistry (Bonnie Garmus; 2022. Fiction.) RFS
All We Can Ever Know (Nicole Chung; 2018. Non-fiction.) RFS
Spoiler Alert: The Hero Dies (Michael Ausiello; 2017. Non-fiction.) RFS
Under a White Sky: The Nature of the Future (Elizabeth Kolbert; 2021. Non-fiction.) ATY
Remarkably Bright Creatures (Shelby Van Pelt; 2022. Fiction.) ATY

RFS read from shelves
ATY acquired this year
LIB library (including Hoopla and Libby)
OTH other
* Denotes a reread