Books Read in 2022

The best book I read in 2022:

The Intellectual Life by Sertillanges 


Other favorite books this year:

Life Together by Bonhoeffer

Ourselves by Charlotte Mason

Sounding the Seasons by Malcolm Guite


The entire list of books I read (or reread) and finished in 2022:

Ourselves by Charlotte Mason

Mistobrn, Well of Ascension, The Hero of Ages by Sanderson

The Silmarillion by Tolkien

Arcanum Unbounded by Sanderson

The Deep Places by Ross Douthat

Poetical Works of Matthew Arnold

The City of God by Augustine

Dune by Frank Herbert

The Fiddler's Gun and The Fiddler's Green by AS Peterson

Sounding the Seasons, Word in the Wilderness, Faith, Hope, and Poetry, The Singing Bowl by Malcolm Guite

The Tempest by Shakespeare 

The Abolition of Man and Mere Christianity by CS Lewis.

The Complete Poems of John Keats 

Another Sort of Learning by Schall 

A Heart to Know Him by Lynne Bauman

Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

The Aeneid 

The Discoverers by Daniel Boorstin

Strange New World Carl Truman

The Garden of God by Andrew Peterson

Teaching From Restby Sarah Mackenzie

Oedipus Rex 

Skyward, Starsight, and Cytonic by Sanderson 

Brideshead Revisted by Evelyn Waugh

The Green Ember, Ember Falls, Ember Rising, Ember's End by SD Smith SD Smith

The Rule of Saint Benedict

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

Station Eleven by Emily Saint John Mandel

Life Together by Bonhoeffer 

Laurus by Eugene Vodolazkin

Beauty Chasers by Timothy Willard

Doom's Day Book by Connie Willis

A Severe Mercy by Stephen Vanauken 

The Intellectual Life by Sertillanges

The Phantom Tollbooth by Jules Feiffer 

God has a name by John Mark Comer 

The Penderwicks by Jeanne Birdsall

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Western Civilization by Anthony Esolen

A few Jeeve's stories and Picadilly Jim by PG Wodehouse


A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Tolles

 

Orthodoxy by Chesterton 


Fierce Intimacy by Terrence Real 


Us by Terrance Real


With all Her Mind by Rachel Bulman


Strawberry Girl by Lois Lenski


The Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis

The Body Keeps The Score by Besser van Der Kolk

Eragon, Eldest, and Brisingr by Christopher Paolini 


Books I read significant portions of and just could not finish: 

Pilgrim at Tinker Creek by Annie Dillard

Messiah By Frank Herbert 


Books I read (or reread) significant portions of but did not finish:

Waiting on the Word by Malcolm Guite

The City of God by Augustine

Plutarch's Lives

The Great Tradition by Gamble

The Artist's Way by Julia Cameron

Paradise Lost by Milton

The Odyssey by Homer 

Dante's Inferno 


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