Some were re-reads, but so what? :)
Definitely not for everyone, but I had fun with it.
Dark and fascinating.
Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian
One of my new all-time favorites - wonderful!
A Return to Modesty
Flawed, but interesting.
The Hunger Games & Catching Fire
Waaaaaaaay better than the Twilight books, you hear me, kids?
Cosmology of Islam
Jim Chee and Joe Leaphorn Mysteries
Fantastic set of mysteries set in Navajo country.
The Lynley Mysteries
A little overboard with the Britishness, but wonderful characters.
The Lord of the Rings
I don't think I even have to say anything, except to keep reading past the history of Hobbit Pipe Weed and things pick up quickly.
Nothing like the movie, of course. Jeremy Brett already did it perfectly.
Nowhere near as good as the first, but still relatively entertaining and very fast.
American Indians of the Pikes Peak Region
Great images and good information. Could've used even more information, and more detailed captions in some cases.