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Real name: Linda
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Age: 40
Country: Sweden

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My SN at Wotmania was Matfriend.

Books I´ve read in 2013:
1. Erlend Loe: Naiv. Super.
2. Lennart Pehrson: Ni har klockorna – vi har tiden (~"You have the clocks - we have the time")
3. Jared Diamond: Guns, Germs and Steel
4. Karin Tegeborg Falkdalen: Vasadöttrarna
5. Alan Beattie: False Economy
6. Anne Bishop: Written in Red
7. Catherine Asaro: Carnelians
8. John O´Farrell: An Utterly Impartial History of Britain
9. Karen Maitland: The Gallows Curse
10. Tom Holland: Millennium

Books I've read in 2012:
1. Oscar Wilde: The Picture of Dorian Gray
2. Amos Oz: How to Cure a Fanatic
3. China Miéville: Looking for Jake
4. Isaac Asimov: I, Robot
5. Célestine Vaite: I kloka kvinnors sällskap (Frangipani)
6. Lena Sundström: Världens lyckligaste folk
7. Stephen Hawking: Brief History of Time
8. Russell Stanford: The end of Discovery
9. Dick Harrison: Stora Döden (~"The Great Mortality", about the Black Death in Europe)
10. Karin Boye: Kallocain
11. George R.R. Martin: Game of Thrones
12. George R.R. Martin: A Clash of Kings
13. Amin Maalouf: Korstågen enligt araberna (Les croisades vues par les arabes)
14. Elizabeth Moon: The Speed of Dark
15. Larry Niven: Ringworld
16. Ray Bradbury: Something wicked this way comes
17. Geoffrey Blainey: A Very Short History of the World
18. Björn Kumm: Terrorismens historia (~"The history of Terrorism")
19. Ursula K. LeGuin: City of Illusions
20. Ursula K. LeGuin: The Telling
21. Kazuo Ishiguro: The Remains of the Day
22. Angela Carter: The Bloody Chamber
23. Ernest Hemingway: The Sun also rises
24. Kurt Vonnegut: Slaughterhouse five
25. Elizabeth Gilbert: Eat, Pray, Love
26. Heather Pringle: The Master Plan. Himmler's Scholars and the Holocaust
27. William Dalrymple: In Xanadu – a quest
28. Lois McMaster Bujold: Captain Vorpatril's Alliance
29. George R.R. Martin: A Storm of Swords
30. Lena Einhorn: Vad hände på väg till Damaskus? (~"What happened on the road to Damascus?")
31. J.R.R. Tolkien: The Hobbit

Books I've read in 2011:
1. Kathryn Stockett: The Help
2. Mario Vargas Llosa: The Feast of the Goat
3. Robert Jordan: Towers of Midnight
4. Ildefonso Falcones: Cathedral of the Sea
5. Anne Bishop: Twilight's Dawn
6. Doris Lessing: The Grass is singing
7. Karen Blixen: Out of Africa
8. Edgar Allan Poe: The Raven
9. P.D. James: Children of Men
10. Emily Bronte: Wuthering Heights
11. Jane Austen: Lady Susan
12. Bill Bryson: A Short History of Nearly Everything
13. Kelley Armstrong: Frostbitten
14. Sophie Kinsella: Can you keep a secret?
15. Kajsa Ingermansson: Någonstans inom oss
16. Arthur Conan Doyle: The Lost World
17. Lois McMaster Bujold: Cryoburn
18. Annika Sjögren: Som glöd blir till aska
19. China Miéville: Looking for Jake (1/2 chapter left)
20. Mary Doria Russell: Children of God

Books I've read in 2010:
1. Peter Hamilton: Pandora's Star
2. Sheri Tepper: Grass
3. Kay Guy G: A Song for Arbonne
4. Anne Bishop: Shalador's Lady
5. Carol Berg: Breath and Bone
6. Anna Gavalda: Tillsammans är man mindre ensam
7. Ellen Kushner: The Privilege of the Sword
8. Marion Zimmer Bradley: Darkover Landfall
9. Brandon Sanderson: Mistborn
10. Marion Zimmer Bradley: Stormqueen!
11. Marion Zimmer Bradley: Hawkmistress!
12. Marion Zimmer Bradley: Two to Conquer
13. Robert Jordan: Knife of Dreams
14. Robert Jordan: The Gathering Storm
15. L. J. Smith: The Awakening
16. L. J. Smith: The Struggle
17. Peter F. Hamilton: Judas Unchained
18. L. J. Smith: The Fury
19. L. J. Smith: Dark Reunion
20. Catherine Asaro: Diamond Star
21. Catherine Asaro: Sunrise Alley
22. Sofi Oksanen: Baby Jane
23. Luke Rhinehart: Tärningsspelaren

Books I've read in 2009:
1. Joan Harris: Five Quarters of the Orange
2. Barbara Hambly: The Ladies of Mandrigyn
3. Scott Lynch: Red Seas under Red Skies
4. Anne Bishop: The Shadow Queen
5. Anne Bishop: Tangled Webs
6. Cherryh C.J: Downbelow Station
7. Catherine Asaro: The Ruby Dice
8. Sarah Monette: Corambis
9. Arkadij & Boris Strugatskij: The Ugly Swans (Gadkij lebedi)
10. Mary Shelley: Frankenstein
11. Maria V Snyder: Poison study
12. Stephenie Meyer: Twilight
13. Stephenie Myer: New Moon
14. Stephenie Meyer: Eclipse
15. Maria V. Snyder: Magic Study
16. Stephenie Meyer: Breaking Dawn
17. Maria V. Snyder: Fire Study
18. Brian W. Aldiss: Poor Little Warrior! (short story)
19. Brian W. Aldiss: Randy’s Syndrome (short story)
20. Brian W. Aldiss: How An Inner Door Opened to My Heart (short story)
21. Brian W. Aldiss: Heresies of the Huge God (short story)
22. Brian W. Aldiss: Creatures of the Apogee (short story)
23. Brian W. Aldiss: Another Little Boy (short story)
24. Brian W. Aldiss: You Never Asked My Name (short story)
25. Brian W. Aldiss: The New Father Christmas (short story)
26. Pamela Sargent: The Shore of Women (re-read)
27. Philip K Dick: The Man in the high Castle
28. Jacqueline Lichtenberg: House of Zeor
29. Jacqueline Lichtenberg: Ambrov Keon
30. Jacqueline Lichtenberg: Zelerod’s Doom
31. Ann Aguirre: Grimspace
32. Michelle Sagara: Cast in Shadow
33. S. L. Viehl: Beyond Varallan
34. Birgitta Trotzig: De Utsatta (Swedish author)
35. C.S. Friedman: This Alien Shore
36. S. L. Viehl: Endurance
37. S. L. Viehl: Shockball
38. Vera Nazarian: Dreams of the Compass Rose
39. Carlos Ruiz Zafón: Vindens skugga ("Shadow of the Wind" or "La Sombra del Viento")
40. Carol Berg: Flesh and Spirit
41. Lois McMaster Bujold: The Sharing Knife: Beguilement
42. Ann Aguirre: Wanderlust
43. Anthony Burgess: A Clockwork Orange
44. Tanith Lee: The Silver Metal Lover
45. Sharon Shinn: Archangel
46. Arthur Conan Doyle: The Poison Belt
47. Salman Rushdie: Haroun and the Sea of Stories
48. Linnea Sinclair: Gabriel’s Ghost
49. Moira J. Moore: Resenting the Hero
50. Moira J. Moore: The Hero Strikes Back
51. Linnea Sinclair: Shades of Dark
52. Linnea Sinclair: An Accidental Goddess
53. Moira J. Moore: Heroes Adrift
54. Moira J. Moore: Heroes at Risk
55. Mary Doria Russell: The Sparrow
56. Justina Robson: Selling out
57. Thomas More: Utopia

Books I've read in 2008:
1.Georgette Heyer: Hertigens skyddsling
2.Justina Robson: Keeping it real
3.Alexander McCall Smith: The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency
4.Kate Wilhelm: Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang
5.McEwan Ian: Atonement
6.Philip Pullman: The Golden Compass
7.Jack Vance: The Last Castle
8.Jane Austen: Sense and Sensibility
9.Katharine Kerr: The Fire Dragon
10.John Brunner: Catch a Falling Star
11.James Blish: The Day After Judgement
12.Guy Gavriel Kay: The Summer Tree (re-read)
13.Tessa de Loo: The Twins
14.Guy Gavriel Kay: The Wandering Fire (re-read)
15.Guy Gavriel Kay: The Darkest Road (re-read)
16.Sergei Lukyanenko: The Twilight Watch
17.Greg Bear: Blood Music
18.George Orwell: Animal Farm
19.Lyda Morehouse: Archangel Protocol
20.Anne Bishop: Belladonna
21.Sarah Monette: Mélusine
22.Gregory Maguire: Wicked
23.Frederick Forsyth: Fantomen på Manhattan
24.C.T Adams & C Clamp: Touch of Evil
25.Sarah Monette: The Virtu
26.Sarah Monette: Mirador
27.Patti O’Shea: In the Midnight Hour
28.Lyda Morehouse: Fallen Host
29.Lyda Morehuse: Messiah Node
30.Lyda Morehouse: Apocalypse Array
31.Lindqvist Ajvide John: Let the Right One In
32.Carol Berg: Song of the Beast
33.Catherine Asaro: The Charmed Sphere
34.Charlaine Harris: Club Dead
35.Charlaine Harris: Dead to the World
36.Charlaine Harris: Dead as a Doornail
37.Tom Holland: Rubicon, the Triumph and tradegy of the Roman Republic
38. Catherine Asaro: The Misted Cliffs