34. Life Expectancy, by Deen Koontz - an audio book I listened to while driving to/from Chicago. It's a mildly spooky thriller about a man whose grandfather died the second he was born, and predicted "five terrible days" he could anticipate in his life. Koontz is a good author to read/listen to while traveling. The book caught my attention and made the hours fly by. I liked it.
That's it for 2008! Not a ton of books, but not bad given how crazy my days tend to be. At least I was reading around three books a month. I miss it, when I get too busy to read. I'll aim to read more next year, and continue tracking them!