Wan Phing Lim

Writer . Editor . Author

Films & Books 2018

A list of films and books consumed throughout 2018 – the first four movies below were not my choices hence unpalatable, while the last three were enjoyable. Of the 46 books I read this year, five were for work and two for reviews. I particularly enjoyed being immersed in Lestat’s world again after not reading the Vampire Chronicles for close to a decade. Also read my first Shakespeare since leaving high school and re-discovered the genius that is Roald Dahl. Onwards for 2019!

Venom (2018) for the sake of Tom Hardy and Todd McFarlane

Films
1) Black Panther – TGV, KLCC (Feb)
2) Truth or Dare – GSC, Queensbay Mall (May)
3) Deadpool 2 – TGV, Sunway Pyramid (May)
4) Mission Impossible 6 – GSC, Queensbay Mall (Aug)
5) Crazy Rich Asians – MBO, Subang Parade (Sep)
6) Venom – GSC Summit, Subang (Oct)
7) Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – GSC IOI Mall, Puchong (Nov)

Three kings make a good endeavour

Books
1) The Exclusive Club; Unfolding Leviticus by Dr. Paul Tan (Jan)
2) The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Official Movie Companian by Mark Cotta Vaz (Jan)
3) The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins (Jan)
4) A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (Jan)
5) The Public Servant by Lazarus Takawira (Feb)
6) The Malaise of Modernity by Charles Taylor (Mar)
7) Selected Stories by Bram Stoker (Mar)
8) On Writing; A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King (Mar)
9) Approval Addiction by Joyce Meyer (Mar)
10) Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng (Apr)
11) Every Good Endeavor by Timothy Keller (June)
12) The Reason for My Hope by Billy Graham (June)
13) The Kingdom by Fuminori Nakamura (June)
14) Church Planting for a Greater Harvest by C. Peter Wagner (June)
15) Burn the Business Plan by Carl J. Schramm (June)
16) Finding Rest for the Soul by Robert M. Solomon (July)
17) The Darjeeling Affair by Leela Devi Panikar (July)
18) To Be Read at Dusk by Charles Dickens (July)
19) The Tempest by William Shakespeare (Aug)
20) How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie (Aug)
21) The Spiritual Leader – Lessons from the Book of Nehemiah by Robert M. Solomon (Aug)
22) A Gift of Love by Martin Luther King Jr. (Aug)
23) Skin and Other Stories by Roald Dahl (Aug)
24) The Confident Woman by Joyce Meyer (Sept)
25) The Goat Thief by Perumal Murugan (Sept)
26) Moonlight Mile by Dennis Lehane (Sept)
27) The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six More by Roald Dahl (Sept)
28) Casino Royale by Ian Fleming (Sept)
29) Those Who Walk Away by Patricia Highsmith (Sept)
30) Selected Stories by G.K. Chesterton (Sept)
31) A Suspension of Mercy by Patricia Highsmith (Sept)
32) Hotel World by Ali Smith (Oct)
33) Little Basket 2018 ed. by EeLeen Lee & Ted Mahsun (Oct)
34) Prince Lestat by Anne Rice (Nov)
35) The Moon is Down by John Steinbeck (Nov)
36) The Personal Heresy by C.S. Lewis (Nov)
37) The Great Automatic Grammatizator & Other Stories by Roald Dahl (Nov)
38) Twelve Years a Slave by Solomon Northrup (Nov)
39) Out of the Silent Planet by C.S. Lewis (Nov)
40) A Game for the Living by Patricia Highsmith (Nov)
41) Myths of the Norsemen by Roger Lancelyn Green (Dec)
42) The Day of the Locust by Nathaneal West (Dec)
43) Losing Kei by Suzanne Kamata (Dec)
44) Big Sur by Jack Kerouac (Dec)
45) The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien (Dec)
46) The Emotionally Healthy Woman by Geri Scazzero (Dec)

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