April books

Non-fiction: 3 (YTD 14)
Legacy: A Collection of Personal Testimonies from People Affected by the Troubles in Northern Ireland, by BBC Northern Ireland
JN-T: The Life and Scandalous Times of John Nathan-Turner, by Richard Marson
1491, by Charles C. Mann

Fiction (non-sf): 1 (YTD 4)
The Folding Star, by Alan Hollinghurst

SF (non-Who): 5 (YTD 30)
The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, by Becky Chambers
Bitter Seeds by Ian Tregillis
A Princess of Roumania, by Paul Park
Whispers Under Ground, by Ben Aaronovitch
Gorgon Child, by Steven Barnes

Doctor Who, etc: 4 (YTD 15)
Short Trips: Life Science, ed John Binns
Prime Time, by Mike Tucker
Beige Planet Mars, by Lance Parkin and Mark Clapham
Lethbridge-Stewart: The Schizoid Earth, by David McIntee

Comics: 2 (YTD 9)
Thing Explainer, by Randall Munroe
Het Spaanse Spook, by Willy Vandersteen

6,000 pages (YTD 20,100 pages)
1/15 (YTD 31/74) by women (Chambers)
1/15 (YTD 8/74) by PoC (Barnes)

Reread: 0

Reading now
Watership Down, by Richard Adams
Banewreaker, by Jacqueline Carey
Lila, by Marilynne Robinson
The Quarry, by Iain Banks

Coming soon (perhaps):

How Loud Can You Burp?, by Glenn Murphy
Walking on Glass, by Iain Banks
Godslayer, by Jacqueline Carey
George's Cosmic Treasure Hunt, by Lucy Hawking
A History of Anthropology, by Thomas Hylland Eriksen
The Ragged Astronauts, by Bob Shaw
Master Pip, by Lloyd Jones
Adolf, An Exile In Japan, by Osamu Tezuka
The Count of Monte Cristo, by Alexandre Dumas
Quantico by Greg Bear
De maagd en de neger, by Judith Vanistendael
Peter & Max, by Bill Willingham
The Hidden War, by Michael Armstrong
Frankenstein Unbound, by Brian W. Aldiss
The 4-Hour Workweek, by Timothy Ferriss
The Unwritten Vol. 6: Tommy Taylor and the War of Words, by Mike Carey
The Cuckoo's Egg: Tracking a Spy Through the Maze of Computer Espionage, by Cliff Stoll
Selected Stories, by Alice Munro
The Last Man, by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
The Unicorn Hunt, by Dorothy Dunnett
Short Trips: Monsters, ed. Ian Farrington
Heritage, by Dale Smith
Where Angels Fear, by Rebecca Levene and Simon Winstone

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