Rory Gilmore Challenge, Season 7

Gilmore Girls Season 7

Below are the books mentioned in season 7, as collated by Amanda here. The effort she has put in is amazing, with notes telling you the exact reference and episode.

I will highlight any I have read in green. Any that are crossed out I do not intend on reading, either because it is a topic I have no interest in (Cookery, etc.), a biography of someone I have no interest in or it is going to be a struggle for me to read, or just something I will not enjoy.

Have you read any? What are your thoughts?

  1. In Cold Blood – Truman Capote
  2. Eva Luna – Isabel Allende
  3. The House of the Spirits – Isabel Allende
  4. Paradise Lost – John Milton
  5. Love Machine – Louise Erdrich
  6. Thoughts from Walden Pond – henry David Thoreau
  7. All the Pretty Horses (The Border Trilogy, #1) – Cormac McCarthy
  8. Emma Who Saved My Life – Wilton Barnhardt
  9. No Country for Old Men – Cormac McCarthy
  10. The Skin of Our Teeth – Thornton Wilder
  11. The Norton Anthology of English Literature, Combined Set – M.H. Abrams
  12. The Phantom of the Opera – Gaston Leroux
  13. My Life so Far – Jane Fonda
  14. Footprint Thailand, 5th Edition (Footprint Thailand Handbook) – Andrew Spooner
  15. Sexus (The Rosy Crucifixion, #1) – Henry Miller
  16. What to Expect When You’re Expecting – Heidi Murkoff
  17. Your Pregnancy Week by Week – Glade B. Curtis
  18. Pregnancy Sucks: What to Do When your Miracle Makes You Miserable – Joanne Kimes
  19. Inside the White House: America’s Most Famous Home, the First 200 Years – Betty Boyd Caroli
  20. The Golden Cup – Belva Plain
  21. The Legend of the Holy Drinker – Joseph Roth
  22. Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual, Vol. 1 -Alex Grobman
  23. Thunder – James Grady
  24. Jean Simpson’s Numbers Diet – Jean Simpson
  25. The Sports Encyclopedia Baseball, 1996 – David S. Neft
  26. Emily Post’s Etiquette – Peggy Post
  27. The Penguin Dictionary of Literacy terms and Literacy Theory – J.A. Cuddon
  28. Literature of the Western World, Vol II: Neoclassicism through the Modern Period – James Hurt
  29. On Writing Well: The Classic Guise to Writing – William Zinsser
  30. Ironweed (The Albany Cycle, #3) – William Kennedy
  31. R is for Ricochet (Kinsey Millhone, #18) – Sue Grafton
  32. S is for Silence (Kinsey Millhone, #19) – Sue Grafton
  33. Elaine Slater’s Book of Needlepoint Projects – Elaine Slater
  34. McCall’s Cook Book – Food Editors of McCall’s
  35. The Encyclopedia of Popular Antiques – Michael Carter
  36. Absolute Rage (Butch Karp, #14) – Robert K. Tanenbaum
  37. A Monetary History of the United States, 1867-1960 – Milton Friedman
  38. Gender Trouble – Judith Butler
  39. The Midwife’s Apprentice – Karen Cushman
  40. Leap of Faith: An Astronaut’s Journey Into the Unknown – L. Gordon Cooper Jr.
  41. There She Is: The Life and Times of Miss America – Frank Deford
  42. Psychiatry in Broad Perspective – Rory R. Grinker
  43. Female Intelligence – Jane Heller
  44. Fountain of Age – Betty Friedan
  45. Manifesto for a New Medicine – James S. Gordon
  46. Age Erasers for Women: Actions You Can Take Right Now to Look Younger and Feel Great – Prevention Magazine
  47. If Only They Knew – Chyna
  48. Book of Child Care – Hugh Jolly
  49. The Vanishing Newspaper: Saving Journalism in the Information Age – Philip Meyer
  50. The Fabric of the Cosmos: Space, Time, and the Texture of Reality – Brian Greene
  51. The Physics of Consciousness: the Quantum Mind and the Meaning of Life – Evan Harris Walker
  52. The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory – Brian Greene
  53. Big Theories Revisited – Dennis M. McInerney
  54. An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy, 1917-1963 – Robert Dallek
  55. Hobert’s Rules of Order – Henry Martyn Robert
  56. The Revival: How Conflicts Within Islam Will Shape the Future – Vali Nasr

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