February books

Rather fewer than usual this month – consequence of several trips where I wasn’t able to read much either in transit or when I got there.

Non-fiction: 3 (YTD 9)
A People's Peace for Cyprus, by Alexander Lordos, Erol Kaymak and Nathalie Tocci
The Sinn Féin Rebellion As I Saw It, by Mrs Hamilton Norway
The Insurrection in Dublin, by James Stephens
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Fiction (non-sf): 1 (YTD 3)
Prodigal Summer, by Barbara Kingsolver

SF (non-Who): 5 (YTD 17)
Tik-Tok by John Sladek
Europe at Midnight, by Dave Hutchinson
The Fifth Season, by N.K. Jemisin
Alif the Unseen, by G. Willow Wilson
The Magic Cup, by Andrew Greeley
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Doctor Who, etc: 4 (YTD 8)
Short Trips: The Muses, ed. Jacqueline Rayner
Citadel of Dreams by Dave Stone
The Sword of Forever, by Jim Mortimore
The Legends of Ashildr, by James Goss, David Llewellyn, Jenny T. Colgan and Justin Richards
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Comics: 0 (YTD 5)

3,300 pages (YTD 10,600)
7/15 (YTD 25/44) by women (Tocci, Hamilton Norway, Kingsolver, Jemisin, Wilson, Rayner, Colgan)
1/15 (YTD 6/44) by PoC (Jemisin)

Reread: 0

Reading now
Watership Down by Richard Adams
Mother of Eden by Chris Beckett
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll

Coming soon (perhaps):
Naamah's Curse by Jacqueline Carey
Bitter Seeds by Ian Tregillis
A Princess of Roumania by Paul Park
Whispers Under Ground by Ben Aaronovitch
Legacy: A Collection of Personal Testimonies from People Affected by the Troubles in Northern Ireland by BBC Northern Ireland
Gorgon Child by Steven Barnes
The Folding Star by Alan Hollinghurst
1491 by Charles C. Mann
The Unwritten Vol. 6: Tommy Taylor and the War of Words by Mike Carey
Selected Stories by Alice Munro
The Quarry by Iain Banks
Lila by Marilynne Robinson
How Loud Can You Burp? by Glenn Murphy
Het Spaanse spook by Willy Vandersteen
Walking on Glass by Iain Banks
The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas
A History of Anthropology by Thomas Hylland Eriksen
The Ragged Astronauts by Bob Shaw
Master Pip by Lloyd Jones
See How Much I Love You by Luis Leante
Short Trips: Steel Skies, ed. John Binns
Illegal Alien by Mike Tucker
Another Girl, Another Planet by Martin Day

One thought on “February books

  1. The 13 Reasons link relates to a notion I’ve got that the ideal of the pure soul which is influenced only by its moral intuitions might be problematic.

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