My Five-Star Books

Using the Goodreads website, I have rated every book I have ever read (the ones I can remember – I’m sure there are many missing, especially from the early years) on a scale of 1 to 5.  I’ve made a list of the 259 books (so far) that I gave a five-star rating, which are set forth below in chronological order.

  1. The Iliad. Homer (800-750 BCE) [epic poem]
  2. The Odyssey. Homer (800-750 BCE) [epic poem]
  3. The Histories. Herodotus (460-420 BCE) [non-fiction: history]
  4. Oedipus The King; Oedipus at Colonus; Antigone. Sophocles (442-401 BCE) [dramas]
  5. Great Dialogues of Plato. Plato (400-350 BCE) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  6. Parallel Lives of the Noble Greeks and Romans. Plutarch (120 CE) [non-fiction: history/biography]
  7. The Pillow Book. Sei Shonagon (1002) [non-fiction: memoir/diary]
  8. The Tale of Genji. Shikibu Murasaki (1021) [non-fiction: novel]
  9. Gargantua and Pantagruel. François Rabelais (1532) [non-fiction: novel]
  10. The Comedy of Errors. William Shakespeare (1589) [drama]
  11. Romeo and Juliet. William Shakespeare (1594) [drama]
  12. Richard II. William Shakespeare (1595) [drama]
  13. A Midsummer Night’s Dream. William Shakespeare (1595) [drama]
  14. The Merchant of Venice. William Shakespeare (1596) [drama]
  15. King Henry IV, Part 1. William Shakespeare (1597) [drama]
  16. Julius Caesar. William Shakespeare (1599) [drama]
  17. Twelfth Night. William Shakespeare (1599) [drama]
  18. Hamlet. William Shakespeare (1600) [drama]
  19. Othello. William Shakespeare (1604) [drama]
  20. Macbeth. William Shakespeare (1605) [drama]
  21. Don Quixote. Miguel de Cervantes (1605, 1615) [fiction: novel]
  22. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding. John Locke (1690) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  23. Gulliver’s Travels. Jonathan Swift (1726) [fiction: novel]
  24. A Treatise of Human Nature. David Hume (1740) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  25. An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding. David Hume (1748) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  26. The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman. Laurence Sterne (1759) [fiction: novel]
  27. Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics. Immanuel Kant (1783) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  28. The Federalist Papers. Alexander Hamilton, James Madison & John Jay (1787-1788) [non-fiction: political philosophy]
  29. The Complete Anti-Federalist. Herbert Storing, ed. (1787-1788, pub. 1981) [non-fiction: political philosophy]
  30. Pride and Prejudice. Jane Austen (1813) [fiction: novel]
  31. Emma. Jane Austen (1815) [fiction: novel]
  32. Ivanhoe. Walter Scott (1819) [fiction: novel]
  33. The Red and the Black. Stendhal (1830) [fiction: novel]
  34. The Voyage of the Beagle. Charles Darwin (1839) [non-fiction: science/memoir]
  35. Twice-Told Tales. Nathaniel Hawthorne (1837-1842) [fiction: stories]
  36. The Overcoat and Other Short Stories. Nikolai Gogol (1842) [fiction: stories]
  37. The Tell-Tale Heart and Other Writings. Edgar Allan Poe (1843) [fiction: stories]
  38. Mosses from an Old Manse. Nathaniel Hawthorne (1846) [fiction: stories]
  39. Cousin Bette. Honoré de Balzac (1846) [fiction: novel]
  40. Wuthering Heights. Emily Brontë (1847) [fiction: novel]
  41. Jane Eyre. Charlotte Brontë (1847) [fiction: novel]
  42. Mardi, and a Voyage Thither. Herman Melville (1849) [fiction: novel]
  43. Moby-Dick. Herman Melville (1851) [fiction: novel]
  44. Pierre: or, the Ambiguities. Herman Melville (1852) [fiction: novel]
  45. Leaves of Grass. Walt Whitman (1855) [poetry]
  46. Great Short Works. Herman Melville (1850-1857) [fiction: stories/novellas]
  47. On the Origin of Species. Charles Darwin (1859) [non-fiction: science]
  48. Notes from Underground. Fyodor Dostoyevsky (1861) [fiction: novel]
  49. Great Expectations. Charles Dickens (1861) [fiction: novel]
  50. Fathers and Sons. Ivan Turgenev (1862) [fiction: novel]
  51. Crime and Punishment. Fyodor Dostoyevsky (1866) [fiction: novel]
  52. Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. Jules Verne (1869) [fiction: novel]
  53. Middlemarch: A Study of Provincial Life. George Eliot (1871) [fiction: novel]
  54. The Birth of Tragedy. Friedrich Nietzsche (1872) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  55. The Brothers Karamazov. Fyodor Dostoyevsky (1878) [fiction: novel]
  56. The Return of the Native. Thomas Hardy (1878) [fiction: novel]
  57. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Mark Twain (1884) [fiction: novel]
  58. Beyond Good and Evil. Friedrich Nietzsche (1886) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  59. Kidnapped. Robert Louis Stevenson (1886) [fiction: novel]
  60. The Death of Ivan Ilyich and Other Stories. Leo Tolstoy (1886) [fiction: stories/novellas]
  61. On the Genealogy of Morals. Friedrich Nietzsche (1887) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  62. Tess of the d’Urbervilles. Thomas Hardy (1891) [fiction: novel]
  63. The Importance of Being Earnest. Oscar Wilde (1894) [drama]
  64. Jude the Obscure. Thomas Hardy (1895) [fiction: novel]
  65. Dracula. Bram Stoker (1897) [fiction: novel]
  66. Heart of Darkness. Joseph Conrad (1899) [fiction: novella]
  67. Lord Jim. Joseph Conrad (1900) [fiction: novel]
  68. Sister Carrie. Theodore Dreiser (1900) [fiction: novel]
  69. Kim. Rudyard Kipling (1901) [fiction: novel]
  70. The Wings of the Dove. Henry James (1901) [fiction: novel]
  71. The Ambassadors. Henry James (1903) [fiction: novel]
  72. The Golden Bowl. Henry James (1904) [fiction: novel]
  73. Nostromo. Joseph Conrad (1904) [fiction: novel]
  74. The House of Mirth. Edith Wharton (1905) [fiction: novel]
  75. Dubliners. James Joyce (1913) [fiction: stories]
  76. The Metamorphosis and Other Stories. Franz Kafka (1915) [fiction: stories]
  77. Sons and Lovers. D.H. Lawrence (1915) [fiction: novel]
  78. The Good Soldier. Ford Madox Ford (1915) [fiction: novel]
  79. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. James Joyce (1916) [fiction: novel]
  80. Demian. Hermann Hesse (1917) [fiction: novel]
  81. The Magnificent Ambersons. Booth Tarkington (1918) [fiction: novel]
  82. Winesburg, Ohio. Sherwood Anderson (1919) [fiction: stories]
  83. Women in Love. D.H. Lawrence (1920) [fiction: novel]
  84. Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus. Ludwig Wittgenstein (1921) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  85. Six Characters in Search of An Author. Luigi Pirandello (1921) [drama]
  86. Siddhartha. Hermann Hesse (1922) [fiction: novel]
  87. Ulysses. James Joyce (1922) [fiction: novel]
  88. Seven Pillars of Wisdom: A Triumph. T.E. Lawrence (1922) [non-fiction: memoir/history]
  89. Billy Budd, Sailor. Herman Melville (pub. 1924) [fiction: novella]
  90. The Magic Mountain. Thomas Mann (1924) [fiction: novel]
  91. The Great Gatsby. F. Scott Fitzgerald (1925) [fiction: novel]
  92. Mrs. Dalloway. Virginia Woolf (1925) [fiction: novel]
  93. The Trial. Franz Kafka (1925) [fiction: novel]
  94. The Castle. Franz Kafka (1926) [fiction: novel]
  95. Steppenwolf. Hermann Hesse (1927) [fiction: novel]
  96. Him. E.E. Cummings (1927) [drama]
  97. To the Lighthouse. Virginia Woolf (1927) [fiction: novel]
  98. Death Comes for the Archbishop. Willa Cather (1927) [fiction: novel]
  99. Orlando: A Biography. Virginia Woolf (1928) [fiction: novel]
  100. Look Homeward, Angel. Thomas Wolfe (1929) [fiction: novel]
  101. The Sound and the Fury. William Faulkner (1929) [fiction: novel]
  102. As I Lay Dying. William Faulkner (1930) [fiction: novel]
  103. Light in August. William Faulkner (1932) [fiction: novel]
  104. Mutiny on the Bounty; Men Against the Sea; Pitcairn’s Island. Charles Nordhoff & James Hall (1932-1934) [fiction: novels]
  105. Independent People. Halldór Laxness (1934) [fiction: novel]
  106. Selected Poems. T.S. Eliot (1934) [poetry]
  107. The Book of Disquiet. Fernando Pessoa (1935) [fiction: novel]
  108. Absalom, Absalom! William Faulkner (1936) [fiction: novel]
  109. U.S.A. John Dos Passos (1930-1936) [fiction: novels]
  110. Life Long Ago: The Story of Fossils. Carroll Lane Fenton (1937) [non-fiction: science]
  111. Babylon Revisited and Other Stories. F. Scott Fitzgerald (1937) [fiction: stories]
  112. The Hobbit. J.R.R. Tolkein (1937) [fiction: novel]
  113. Nausea. Jean-Paul Sartre (1938) [fiction: novel]
  114. At Swim-Two-Birds. Flann O’Brien (1939) [fiction: novel]
  115. American Renaissance: Art and Expression in the Age of Emerson and Whitman. F.O. Matthiessen (1941) [non-fiction: literary criticism]
  116. The Glass Bead Game. Hermann Hesse (1943) [fiction: novel]
  117. A Woman in Berlin: Eight Weeks in the Conquered City: A Diary. Anonymous (Marta Hillers) (1945; pub. 1954) [non-fiction: diary]
  118. Hiroshima. John Hersey (1946) [non-fiction: journalism]
  119. All the King’s Men. Robert Penn Warren (1946) [fiction: novel]
  120. Under the Volcano. Malcolm Lowry (1947) [fiction: novel]
  121. A Field Guide to the Birds of Eastern and Central North America. Roger Tory Peterson (1947) [non-fiction: birding]
  122. The American Political Tradition and the Men Who Made It. Richard Hofstadter (1948) [non-fiction: history]
  123. Cry, the Beloved Country. Alan Paton (1948) [fiction: novel]
  124. Intruder in the Dust. William Faulkner (1948) [fiction: novel]
  125. No Exit and Three Other Plays. Jean-Paul Sartre (1949) [drama]
  126. The Concept of Mind. Gilbert Ryle (1949) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  127. Death of a Salesman. Arthur Miller (1949) [drama]
  128. The Myth of the Eternal Return, or Cosmos and History. Mircea Eliade (1949) [non-fiction: history/religion]
  129. The Catcher in the Rye. J.D. Salinger (1951) [fiction: novel]
  130. Memoirs of Hadrian. Marguerite Yourcenar (1951) [fiction: novel]
  131. Invisible Man. Ralph Ellison (1952) [fiction: novel]
  132. Language, Truth and Logic. A.J. Ayer (1952) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  133. Foundation; Foundation & Empire; Second Foundation. Isaac Asimov (1951-1953) [fiction: novels]
  134. A Good Man is Hard to Find and Other Stories. Flannery O’Connor (1953) [fiction: stories]
  135. Nine Stories. J.D. Salinger (1953) [fiction: stories]
  136. Existentialism from Dostoevsky to Sartre. Walter Kaufmann, ed. (1953) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  137. Molloy, Malone Dies, The Unnamable: A Trilogy. Samuel Beckett (1951-1953) [fiction: novels]
  138. Waiting for Godot. Samuel Beckett (1953) [drama]
  139. Lucky Jim. Kingsley Amis (1954) [fiction: novel]
  140. Lord of the Flies. William Golding (1954) [fiction: novel]
  141. The Lord of the Rings. J.R.R. Tolkien (1954-1955) [fiction: novels]
  142. Lolita. Vladimir Nabokov (1955) [fiction: novel]
  143. Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters & Seymour: An Introduction. J.D. Salinger (1955) [fiction: novellas]
  144. How to Do Things with Words. J.L. Austin (1955) [non-fiction: philosophy/linguistics]
  145. The Inheritors. William Golding (1955) [fiction: novel]
  146. Great American Short Stories. Mary Stegner, ed. (1957) [fiction: stories]
  147. A Death in the Family. James Agee (1957) [fiction: novel]
  148. First Love and Other Sorrows. Harold Brodkey (1958) [fiction: stories]
  149. The Tin Drum. Günter Grass (1959) [fiction: novel]
  150. The Alexandria Quartet. Lawrence Durrell (1957-1960) [fiction: novels]
  151. The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich: A History of Nazi Germany. William L. Shirer (1960) [non-fiction: history]
  152. Franny and Zooey. J.D. Salinger (1961) [fiction: novellas]
  153. Catch-22. Joseph Heller (1961) [fiction: novel]
  154. A Clockwork Orange. Anthony Burgess (1962) [fiction: novel]
  155. The Golden Notebook. Doris Lessing (1962) [fiction: novel]
  156. Labyrinths: Selected Stories & Other Writings. Jorge Luis Borges (1962) [fiction: stories/non-fiction: essays]
  157. Cat’s Cradle. Kurt Vonnegut (1963) [fiction: novel]
  158. V. Thomas Pynchon (1963) [fiction: novel]
  159. Metaphysics. Richard Taylor (1963) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  160. Giles Goat-Boy. John Barth (1966) [fiction: novel]
  161. Fanshen: A Documentary of Revolution in a Chinese Village. William Hinton (1966) [non-fiction: history]
  162. One Hundred Years of Solitude. Gabriel García Marquez (1967) [fiction: novel]
  163. The Double Helix. James Watson (1968) [non-fiction: science]
  164. The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test. Tom Wolfe (1968) [non-fiction: journalism]
  165. A Theory of Justice. John Rawls (1971) [non-fiction: political philosophy]
  166. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Hunter S. Thompson (1971) [non-fiction: journalism/memoir]
  167. Diet for a Small Planet. Frances Moore Lappé (1971) [non-fiction: food]
  168. Invisible Cities. Italo Calvino (1972) [fiction: novel]
  169. Complete Poems 1913-1962. E.E. Cummings (1972) [poetry]
  170. Henry James: A Life (1 Vol.). Leon Edel (1953-1972) [non-fiction: biography]
  171. Breakfast of Champions. Kurt Vonnegut (1973) [fiction: novel]
  172. Gravity’s Rainbow. Thomas Pynchon (1973) [fiction: novel]
  173. The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (1973) [non-fiction: history]
  174. The Feminist Papers: From Adams to de Beauvoir. Alice S. Rossi, ed. (1973) [non-fiction: history/sociology]
  175. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values. Robert M. Pirsig (1974) [non-fiction: philosophy/memoir]
  176. All the President’s Men. Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward (1974) [non-fiction: journalism/history]
  177. Ragtime. E.L. Doctorow (1975) [fiction: novel]
  178. The Selfish Gene. Richard Dawkins (1976) [non-fiction: science]
  179. Even Cowgirls Get the Blues. Tom Robbins (1976) [fiction: novel]
  180. Song of Solomon. Toni Morrison (1977) [fiction: novel]
  181. The Stories of John Cheever. John Cheever (1978) [fiction: stories]
  182. The Family Crucible. Augustus Napier & Carl Whitaker (1978) [non-fiction: psychology]
  183. A Sierra Club Naturalist’s Guide to Southern New England. Neil Jorgensen (1978) [non-fiction: science/nature]
  184. On Human Nature. E.O. Wilson (1978) [non-fiction: science]
  185. Cruel Shoes. Steve Martin (1979) [non-fiction: humor]
  186. A People’s History of the United States: 1492 to Present. Howard Zinn (1980) [non-fiction: history]
  187. Still Life with Woodpecker. Tom Robbins (1980) [fiction: novel]
  188. The Collected Stories. Eudora Welty (1980) [fiction: stories]
  189. Midnight’s Children. Salman Rushdie (1981) [fiction: novel]
  190. What We Talk About When We Talk About Love. Raymond Carver (1981) [fiction: stories]
  191. The White Hotel. D.M. Thomas (1981) [fiction: novel]
  192. The Growth of Biological Thought: Diversity, Evolution, and Inheritance. Ernst Mayr (1982) [non-fiction: science/history]
  193. Philosophy in the Twentieth Century. A.J. Ayer (1982) [non-fiction: philosophy]
  194. The Glorious Cause: The American Revolution, 1763-1789. Robert Middlekauff (1982) [non-fiction: history]
  195. Natural Landscaping: Designing with Native Plant Communities. John Diekelmann & Robert Schuster (1982) [non-fiction: gardening/science]
  196. Money. Martin Amis (1984) [fiction: novel]
  197. The Art of Fiction: Notes on Craft for Young Writers. John Gardner (1984) [non-fiction: writing]
  198. White Noise. Don DeLillo (1985) [fiction: novel]
  199. Common Ground: A Turbulent Decade in the Lives of Three American Families. Anthony J. Lukas (1985) [non-fiction: journalism/history]
  200. Maus, Vol. 1: My Father Bleeds History. Art Spiegelman (1986) [non-fiction: graphic memoir/history]
  201. A Short History of the Movies. Gerald Mast (1986) [non-fiction: film]
  202. World’s End. T.C. Boyle (1987) [fiction: novel]
  203. Beloved. Toni Morrison (1987) [fiction: novel]
  204. And the Band Played On: Politics, People, and the AIDS Epidemic. Randy Shilts (1987) [non-fiction: journalism/history]
  205. Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era. James M. McPherson (1988) [non-fiction: history]
  206. The Power of Myth. Joseph Campbell (with Bill Moyers) (1988) [non-fiction: philosophy/religion]
  207. Tell Me Why: The Beatles: Album By Album, Song By Song, The Sixties and After. Tim Riley (1988) [non-fiction: music]
  208. Where I’m Calling From: New and Selected Stories. Raymond Carver (1988) [fiction: stories]
  209. The Complete Birder: A Guide to Better Birding. Jack Connor (1988) [non-fiction: birding]
  210. Parting the Waters: America in the King Years, 1954-63. Taylor Branch (1988) [non-fiction: biography/history]
  211. The Oxford History of Britain. Kenneth O. Morgan (1988) [non-fiction: history]
  212. John Kobal Presents the Top 100 Movies. John Kobal (1988) [non-fiction: film]
  213. Modern Ireland: 1600-1972. R.F. Foster (1989) [non-fiction: history]
  214. The Things They Carried. Tim O’Brien (1990) [fiction: stories]
  215. Lonely Hearts of the Cosmos: The Story of the Scientific Quest for the Secret of the Universe. Dennis Overbye (1991) [non-fiction: science]
  216. Consciousness Explained. Daniel C. Dennett (1991) [non-fiction: philosophy/neuroscience]
  217. Mating. Norman Rush (1991) [fiction: novel]
  218. Hard Rain: A Dylan Commentary. Tim Riley (1992) [non-fiction: music]
  219. The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity. Julie Cameron (1992) [non-fiction: creativity]
  220. Truman. David McCullough (1992) [non-fiction: biography/history]
  221. Round Up the Usual Suspects: The Making of Casablanca–Bogart, Bergman, and World War II. Aljean Harmetz (1992) [non-fiction: film]
  222. Charles Darwin: Voyaging. Janet E. Browne (1995) [non-fiction: biography/science]
  223. Ship Fever: Stories. Andrea Barrett (1996) [fiction: stories]
  224. Infinite Jest. David Foster Wallace (1996) [fiction: novel]
  225. The God of Small Things. Arundhati Roy (1997) [fiction: novel]
  226. American Pastoral. Philip Roth (1997) [fiction: novel]
  227. Life: A Natural History of the First Four Billion Years of Life on Earth. Richard Fortey (1997) [non-fiction: science]
  228. We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families: Stories from Rwanda. Philip Gourevich (1998) [non-fiction: journalism/history]
  229. Annals of the Former World. John McPhee (1998) [non-fiction: science/journalism]
  230. White Teeth. Zadie Smith (1999) [fiction: novel]
  231. Postwar: A History of Europe Since 1945. Tony Judt (1999) [non-fiction: history]
  232. A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius. Dave Eggers (2000) [non-fiction: memoir]
  233. John Adams. David McCullough (2001) [non-fiction: biography/history]
  234. Peace Like a River. Leif Enger (2001) [fiction: novel]
  235. Atonement. Ian McEwan (2001) [fiction: novel]
  236. Austerlitz. W.G. Sebald (2001) [fiction: novel]
  237. Charles Darwin: The Power of Place. Janet E. Browne (2002) [non-fiction: biography/science]
  238. Middlesex. Jeffrey Eugenides (2002) [fiction: novel]
  239. The Known World. Edward P. Jones (2003) [fiction: novel]
  240. A Short History of Nearly Everything. Bill Bryson (2003) [non-fiction: science]
  241. They Marched Into Sunlight: War and Peace, Vietnam and America, October 1967. David Maraniss (2003) [non-fiction: history]
  242. The Stories of English. David Crystal (2004) [non-fiction: history/linguistics]
  243. Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and bin Laden from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001. Steve Coll (2004) [non-fiction: journalism/history]
  244. 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus. Charles C. Mann (2005) [non-fiction: science/history]
  245. Never Let Me Go. Kazuo Ishiguro (2005) [fiction: novel]
  246. Europe Central. William T. Vollmann (2005) [fiction: novel]
  247. The Rough Guide To Classical Music. Duncan Clark (2005) [non-fiction: music]
  248. The Year of Magical Thinking. Joan Didion (2005) [non-fiction: memoir]
  249. James Tiptree, Jr.: The Double Life of Alice B. Sheldon. Julie Phillips (2006) [non-fiction: biography]
  250. American Movie Critics: An Anthology From the Silents Until Now. Philip Lopate, ed. (2006) [non-fiction: film]
  251. The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals. Michael Pollan (2006) [non-fiction: food]
  252. The Rest is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century. Alex Ross (2007) [non-fiction: music]
  253. The Hemingses of Monticello. Annette Gordon-Reed (2008) [non-fiction: history/biography]
  254. Pictures at a Revolution: Five Movies and the Birth of the New Hollywood. Mark Harris (2008) [non-fiction: film]
  255. The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration. Isabel Wilkerson (2010) [non-fiction: history]
  256. Lennon: The Man, the Myth, the Music – The Definitive Life. Tim Riley (2011) [non-fiction: biography/music]
  257. Conversations with Scorcese. Richard Schickel (2011) [non-fiction: film]
  258. The Riddle of the Labyrinth: The Quest to Crack an Ancient Code. Margalit Fox (2013) [non-fiction: history/archaeology]
  259. Lawrence in Arabia; War, Deceit, Imperial Folly, and the Making of the Modern Middle East. Scott Anderson (2013)  [non-fiction: history]

3 thoughts on “My Five-Star Books

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    1. beckchris Post author

      Good question – I guess because I’ve only read one of his books so far (Kafka on the Shore) and I gave it 4/5 stars. I love his writing, though, and am looking forward to reading more.

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