December 31, 2008

Some Obscure Books now has a quadzillion books and members and so it's becoming increasingly rare to find books that only I own. Still, there are a few. Here are books that apparently no other librarything participant has logged (only titles in order to keep it simple):
Unmasking the Devil: Dramas of Sin and Grace in the World of Flannery O'Connor

Thurber Album a Collection of Pieces

After Asceticism: Sex, Prayer and Deviant Priests

The Brownson-Hecker Correspondence

A Packet of Letters A Selection from the Correspondence of John Henry Newman

Parched : a memoir

Newsflash! : my surprising journey from secular anchor to media evangelist

Acoustic Ladyland

Mount Calvary Cemetery (Images of America (Arcadia Publishing))

The Unmaking of a Mayor

Correspondence of Thomas Ebeneezer Thomas Concerning the Anti-Slavery Conflict in Ohio

Memoirs and Writings of the Very Reverend James F. Callaghan, D.D.

The Catholic journey through Ohio

History of Educational Legislation and Administration in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati

The Flesh of God

Designed to Fail: Catholic Education in America

2006 Baseball Card Price Guide

Crosley Field (Images of Baseball: Ohio) (Images of Baseball)

1962 Roman Catholic Daily Missal

Marian Apparitions, the Bible and the Modern World

Percy Mackaye, Poet Of Old Worlds And New

Dipped in sky;: A study of Percy MacKaye's "Kentucky mountain cycle",

Padre Pio of Pietrelcina Letters Vol III Correspondence w His Spiritual Daughters 1915-1923 1st Edition in English

Tales of a Missionary in Zambia

Shalom 2000

Germany Confronts Modernization German Culture and S

Breaking the Chains: Understanding Religious Addiction and Religious Abuse

Mexico and the United States, 1821-1973 (America & the World S.)

Eastern Catholic Churches in America

And Justice for None - on no-fault divorce

Bridget's Rosary

My beloved for me and I for my beloved: Eucharistic Prayer Book

Stochastic Systems

Ohio History (pub 1978) - Vol 87 # 1, 2 and 4

The Robinsons' (1872)

Who's Who in baseball - 1989

Historic Front Pages of the 20th Century - from the Columbus Dispatch

The Divine Grace - The Coptic Orthodox Church and Dogmas

A Guide to the Passion: 100 Questions about "The Passion of the Christ"

Summa Contra Gentiles, Book 4 Salvation

The Douay-Rheims New Testament of the Holy Bible

Henry Thoreau,: American rebel

Backwoods musings

New Budget Landscaping: Designing Your Outdoor Space for Use, Comfort, and Pleasure

Shorter Christian Prayer

Peace, love and joy

Artes de Mexico - El Tequilla

Artes de Mexico - Visones de Guadalupe

City of the Dead: New Orleans Cemetery No. 1

The Treasury of San Marco Venice

Corca Dhuibhne: Its Peoples and Their Buildings

Hippocrene U.S.A. Guide to Irish America (Hippocrene USA Guides)

Irish Blessings (Little Books)

The spirit is mercy;: The story the Sisters of Mercy in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, 1858-1958

Funk and Wagnall's Standard Reference Encyclopedia (1961) (23 vols)

Divine Mysteries of the Holy Rosary (excerpts from Ven. Mary of Agreda's "City of God"

Marian Apparitions Today: Why So Many?

Orthodoxy and Catholicism: the Differences

The People's Mass Book

The New Catholics

Mike Spino's Mind/Body Running Program

How to watch and control your blood pressure

American Literature of the 17th and 18th centuries

Sayings of Samuel Pepys (Sayings Series)

Ostia Antica: A Guide to the Excavations

As It Were: Stories of Old Columbus

Boyhood of Great Men Intended as an Example to Youth

Gerry Faust: The Golden Dream

Total Fitness in 30 Minutes a Week

History of the Great War

The Redemption of Corporal Nolan Giles

Appointment In Rome: The Church in America Awakening

The Circle Dancers

Healing journey : the odyssey of an uncommon athlete

The Medjugorje deception : Queen of Peace, ethnic cleansing, ruined lives

Out on a Limb

Christ is in our midst : letters from a Russian monk

Two towers : the de-christianization of America and a plan for renewal


Richard said...

Stochastic Systems? Ever listen to Xenakis?

TS said...

Nope, hadn't heard of him until now so I wikipedia'd (use as verb?) him.

Ellyn said...

Those sound like some good books...I shall take many of them under advisement. Though I'm a little behind in reading the one's that I already have!

Happy New Year!

William Luse said...

You remind me of Mama T with all those books. Nobody can read that much.

TS said...

It does get out of hand. Bibliomania I think they call it.