Books I have read

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  1. "Howl's moving castle" by Diana Wynne Jones
  2. i liked it more than the anime. the beginning was quite hard, but when i got used to the style, it turned out to be an amazing book.
  3. "Piercing" by Murakami Ryu
  4. i've read better.
  5. "The fifth elephant" by Terry Pratchett
  6. "I see in one day they clamped seventeen carts, ten horses, eighteen oxen and one duck."
  7. "It was parked illegally, sir."
  8. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" by J.K.Rowling
  9. irritating at times, but all together a great finale. the last chapter could have reflected more information.
  10. "Fahrenheit 451" by Ray Bradbury
  11. loved it.
  12. "Finn Family Moomintroll" by Tove Jansson
  13. "Moominpappa's Memoirs" by Tove Jansson
  14. "Moominland Midwinter" by Tove Jansson
  15. "Death" by Tom Hickman (2002)
  16. the author's sense of humor is rather lame. easy reading.
  17. "After dark" by Murakami Haruki
  18. in a sense really beautiful.
  19. "The Pillow Book" by Sei Shounagon
  20. a mayor disappointment to me. I had read some bits and pieces of it in Estonian translation and also in the original classical Japanese... but when reading it in English I couldn't even find the bits I used to like anymore. I don't know...
  21. "Silk" by Alessandro Baricco
  22. "The tales of Beedle the Bard" by J.K.Rowling
  23. quite enjoyed it
  24. "Dance Dance Dance" by Haruki Murakami
  25. I suppose I liked it. I'm never really sure when it comes to Murakami Haruki's books.
  26. "Tales from the perilous realm" by J.R.R Tolkien
  27. reading the poems out loud was a lot of fun
  28. "Thud!" by Terry Pratchett
  29. awesome!
  30. "Monstrous Regiment" by Terry Pratchett
  31. not one of his best books...
  32. "Fragile Things" by Neil Gaiman
  33. there were some real gems in this collection of stories
  34. "Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer
  35. it was pure curiosity that made me pick up that book... sheer school related madness and need for escapism that made me read the following three books as well... I constantly wanted to brutally murder the main characters and give the story to some of the awesome minor characters...
  36. "New moon" by Stephenie Meyer
  37. "Eclipse" by Stephenie Meyer
  38. "Breaking Dawn" by Stephenie Meyer
  39. "Wintersmith" by Terry Pratchett
  40. fabulous read!
  41. "Castle in the Air" by Diana Wynne Jones
  42. the beginning of the book felt a bit clumsy and I had a bit of a difficulty to get into the book, but as the story progressed, I got more and more absorbed in it...
  43. "Stardust" by Neil Gaiman
  44. simply amazing! a fairytale but not quite... and yet...
  45. "Star Trek: Twilight's End" by Jerry Oltion
  46. "Star Trek: The Entropy Effect" by Vonda N. McIntyre
  47. "I, Q" by John de Lancie & Peter David
  48. "Emily the Strange: The Lost Days" by Rob Reger
  49. "Tim Burton" by Jim Smith & Clive Matthews
  50. "Nanny Ogg's Cookbook" by Terry Pratchett
  51. ”Alice in Wonderland” adapted by T.T. Sutherland
  52. "Q-squared" by Peter David
  53. "Japanese Schoolgirl Confidential: How Teenage Girls Made a Nation Cool" by Brian Ashcraft & Shoko Ueda
  54. "Neverwhere" by Neil Gaiman
  55. "The Otaku Encyclopedia: An Insider's Guide to the Subculture of Cool Japan" by Patrick W. Galbraith
  56. "Yokai Attack!: The Japanese Monster Survival Guide" by Matt Alt & Hiroko Yoda
  57. "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" by J.K.Rowling
  58. "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" by J.K.Rowling
  59. "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" by J.K.Rowling
  60. "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Trials and Tribble-Ations" by Diane Carey
  61. BRILLIANT
  62. "Star Trek: How Much for Just the Planet?" by John M. Ford
  63. Um this is often referred to as the crakiest Star Trek book ever written, but it was just really lame imho. It was just a lot of out of character idiocy that wasn’t even remotely funny. Even the lamest crack fanfiction online is usually better than this book was.
  64. "The Graveyard Book" by Neil Gaiman
  65. liked it
  66. "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Legends of the Ferengi" by Quark as told to Ira Steven Behr and Robert Hewitt Wolfe
  67. epic fun xD
  68. "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Wrath of the Prophets" by Peter David, Robert Greenberger and Michael Jan Friedman
  69. "From Sawdust to Stardust: The Biography of DeForest Kelley, Star Trek's Dr. McCoy" by Terry Lee Rioux
  70. "Section 31: Abyss" by Jeffrey Lang and David Weddle
  71. "The Children of Húrin" by J. R. R. Tolkien and Christopher Tolkien
  72. "Star Trek: The Captain's Daughter" by Peter David
  73. meh...
  74. "Star Trek: The Disinherited" by Peter David, Michael Jan Friedman & Robert Greenberger
  75. this bough caught the ambiance of TOS quite well. It was a nice read.
  76. "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - The 34th Rule"
  77. There were things that annoyed me about this book, things that I'd call plot holes, but if you ignored those it was a pretty good read.
  78. "Unseen Academicals" by Terry Pratchett
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List starting from August 2007.

Is "Howl's Moving Castle" any good as a book? I loved the movie, but I know the books are usually better!

I think the book was fabulous. The movie was pretty good too, but the book gives all the characters more layers and things that didn't make much sense in the movie, became clear. I highly recommend this book!