Chelle's To-read pile

  1. Thud! - Terry Pratchett
  2. Forest of the Heart - Charles de Lint
  3. Memoirs of a Geisha - Arthur Golden (this is a re-read)
  4. Divine by Mistake (originally published as Goddess by Mistake) - P.C. Cast
  5. Divine by Choice - P.C. Cast
  6. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - J.K Rowling
  7. Wintersmith - Terry Pratchett
  8. White Knight - Jim Butcher (once it comes out)
  9. Spellbinder - Melanie Rawn
  10. The Captal's Tower: Exile trilogy book 3 - Melanie Rawn (if it ever gets written and published, sorry Melanie; however it has been way too long of a wait!!!)
  11. Ysabel - Guy Gaviel Kay
  12. Anansi Boys - Neil Gaiman
  13. Fragile Things - Neil Gaiman
  14. Gardens of the Moon - Steven Erikson
  15. Shadowpuppets - Orson Scott Card
  16. Magic Street - Orson Scott Card
  17. The Power of One - Bryce Courtenay
  18. Wolf Moon - Charles de Lint
  19. Trader - Charles de Lint
  20. Tapping the Dream Tree - Charles de Lint
  21. The Lesser Kindred - Elizabeth Kerner
  22. Redeeming the Lost - Elizabeth Kerner
  23. Grave Surprise - Charlaine Harris
  24. The Blind Assassin - Margaret Atwood
  25. Frankenstein - Mary Shelley
  26. I, Robot - Issac Asimov
  27. Tao Te Ching
  28. Even Cowgirls get the Blues - Tom Robbins
  29. Wizard of the Grove - Tanya Huff (combine book of Book One Child of the Grove and Book Two The Last Wizard)
  30. Nothing But Blue Skies - Tom Holt
  31. Valhalla - Tom Holt
  32. Falling Sideways - Tom Holt
  33. The Fionavar Tapestry - Guy Gavriel Kay (re-read Trilogy composed of The Summer Tree, The Wandering Fire and The Darkest Road)
  34. Cursor's Fury - Jim Butcher

I, Robot by Issac Asimov is nothing like the movie. It is a collection of short stories. Nevertheless, it is certainly worth a read because it is (was) original in its time and sets out for the very first time the laws used in the movie (to harm no human).

I haven't ever seen the movie because I always believe in reading the book first if possible. This one was recommended to be many times by others; however most recently by my sufficient other who is a sci-fi aficionado. I will be getting to this one shortly. Thanks for the comment and information :-D

I thought that in its own way, I, Robot (book) was much more sinister than the movie.

How did you like Anansi Boys? That's one that sounded interesting to me, but I haven't gotten to yet. I *can* recommend The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood, though. Wonderful descriptive language!!

Sorry it's taken me soo long to respond. I still haven't finished Anansi Boys believe it or not. I like it, but it didn't draw me in like American Gods or Neverwhere has. I would recommend listening to the audiobook though because Lenny Henry a fantastic job reading it that whenever I pick up the book to continue where I left off all I can hear is his voice, so I will probably finish it via audiobook!