The Books I Read in 2015

Okay, so this is going to be an interesting list because I’m literally going to list every book I read this year, even the ones that I don’t have reviews scheduled for until like February of 2016 (which means obviously you get to pre-view a few ratings on books I’ve read!)

**Note: I did not include Childrens Books**

5 Cool-thulhus first and such…


Ex-Heroes by Peter Clines
Earth Girl by Janet Edwards
The Martian by Andy Weir
The Star Agency by R.E. Weber
Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
Alive by Scott Sigler
The Other Car by Paul Levinson (Short Story)
Zer0es by Chuck Wendig
On the Edge of Gone by Corinne Duyvis
The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
Alice by Christina Henry
Horrorstor by Grady Hendrix
Bird Box by Josh Malerman
The Girl with all the Gifts by M.R. Carey
Beneath Claire’s House by Corey J Popp
Death Do Us Part by J.G. Faherty
Alice by Christina Henry
Prince of Nightmares by John McNee
The Kalbrandt Institute Archives: Bk1: Hauntings by Chris Chelser
Year Zero by Rob Reid
Apocalypse Cow by Michael Logan
The Faithful by SM Freedman
I Came to Find a Girl by Jaq Hazell
Where Death is a Hunter by Christopher Stookey
Jacq of Spades by Patricia Loofbourrow
Our Moon by Elaine Scott
The Abyss Surrounds us by Emily Skrutskie
Badfish by Sue Rovens



The Voyages of the Seven by R.E. Weber
The Quantum Door by Jonathan Ballagh
Children of the Comet by Donald Moffitt
The Beam by Pratt and Truant
Symbiont by Mira Grant
The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
Fantasia by Jane Turley (short story)
The Betrayal of Ka by Shea R. Oliver
Walk in the Flesh by Peter Bailey
Treasure of the Black Hole by S. Even Townsend
Aurora by Kim Stanley Robinson
The Split (pt 1) by Noel Fimes
Bloodline by Tara Ellis
Glyphbinder by Eric Bakutis
Cry of the Sea by D.G. Driver
The Secrets of Blood and Bone by Rebecca Alexander
Zeroes by Scott Westerfeld, et al.
Hell Bound by Andrew P. Weston
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
Minotaur by J.A. Rock
Fourteen Days by Steven Jenkins
Dinosaur Lake by Kathryn Meyer Griffith
Lies in Shadows by PS Winn (Short Story)
The Humanity of Monsters – Anthology
Beauty and Malice by Christopher A. Brown (Short Story)
The Boy Who Drew Monsters by Keith Donohue
14 by Peter Clines
Bleed by Dax Varley
The Beast of Barcroft by Bill Schweigart
Out of Body by Christopher Chater
The Dream Beings by Aaron J. French (Short Story)
Sorrow’s Point by Danielle DeVor
Burn the Dead: Quarantine by Steven Jenkins
Burn the Dead: Purge by Steven Jenkins
The Doll-Master and other Tales of Terror by Joyce Carol Oates
A Christmas Tale by Austin Crawley
Monsterland by Michael Phillip Cash
The Red Mohawk by Anonymous
Dogtology by J. Lazarus
Not Your Mother’s Goose by Topher Goggins
Winter’s Journey by Kathryn Meyer Griffith
Abducted by T.R. Ragan
Seeing Evil by Jason Parent
Centuries of June by Keith Donohue
Devoted in Death by JD Robb
The Chimera Sequence by Elliot Garber
Taking the Reins by Matthew Harrop
Renaissance by Timothy Freriks
Out of Body by Christopher Chater
Keeper of Crows by Kyle Alexander Romines
Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Nuevel
Northwoods by Bill Schweigart
The Perfectly Proper Paranormal Museum by Kirsten Weiss
Green Thumb by Earl Hatsby (Short Story)
Kraken Rising by Greig Beck
Starlight by William Stacey
Cliche by Aaron Patterson
Whisper of the Woods by D. G. Driver
Undressed to the Nines by Jayden Hunter


The Truth Beyond the Sky by Andrew Crusoe
Luna by Rick Chesler
Code Name Atlas by Tony Evans
The Vistor by J.L. Pattison (Short Story)
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
Seveneves by Neal Stephenson
Parasite by Mira Grant
Mrr by Timothy Frericks
The Quantum Brain and Oh Hell No by John Freitas
Gr3t3l-1 by V.M. Sawh
The Victor’s Heritage by Anthony Caplan
Lunar Discovery: Let the Space Race Begin by Salvador Mercer
Gaia’s Majesty: Discovery by Roger B. Burt
The Ables by Jeremy Scott
Sky Ghosts: All for One by Alexandra Engellmann
The Felix Chronicles by R.T. Lowe
Dreams of Beautiful Whisper by Tanya Jones
The Stolen Child by Keith Donohue
A Time of Demons and Angels by Kathryn Meyer Griffith
The Long Earth by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
Behind May-Belle’s Curtain by P.S. Ballantyne (Short story)
Chameleon by Layden Robinson (Short story)
Everyone Dies at the End by Riley Westbrook (Short story)
The Woman in Black by Susan Hill
The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
The Fold by Peter Clines
Wastelands: Stories of the Apocalypse (Anthology)
Luna by Rick Chesler
Breed by Chase Novak
Beyond the Storm by Adam Jones
Hell is Empty and All the Devils are Here by Mark Rounds
The Monstrumologist by Rick Yancey
Ashes by Philip Hemplow
Stealing Propeller Hats from the Dead by David James Keaton
Deeper and Deeper by Gary Lindberg
The Cicada Prophecy by J.R. McLeay
Dinosaur Hunter by Steve White
Murder in Pastel by Josh Lanyon
The Shiva Syndrome by Alan Joshua
Demonkin by T. Eric Bakutis
He Who Shall Remain Shameless by David Ewald
Larvae by Robert Forrester (Short Story)
Wave Mandate by A.C. Schneider
Zero Hour by Eamon Ambrose (Short Story)
Red Hope by John Dreese


Dead Petals by Eric Ortlund
Sweetly Cursed by Cameron Glenn
Antarktos Rising by Jeremy Robinson
The Scorpion by John Autero
This House by Benjamin Kane Ethridge


Girl’s Guide to the Apocalypse by Daphne Lamb


So, as you can see, a 3 is an average rating for me. If I’ve rated a book a 3, that means it was “Okay”. Something I will never re-read, will probably never suggest, but don’t regret reading either.

It has to be pretty darn bad to get below a 3.

7 thoughts on “The Books I Read in 2015

  1. I think I’ve only ever given 1 book below a three. And even then it was a 2.5!
    I seem to give out a lot of 3.5s… which then gives me a problem when I get to Goodreads: do you round up or down? 🙂

    1. Cool 🙂 This year its going to be a bit harder to get 4 star ratings from me. I feel like I gave them out a bit too easily last year. Part of the issue was if a book was a 3.5, I rolled over to a 4.

  2. I’m honored to be one of your 5 stars! Thank you for taking valuable time to read my book, and thank you for a thoughtful review. Happy New Year! Hope 2016 is fantabulous!

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