July 2021 books

Non-fiction 2 (YTD 24)
Too Innocent Abroad: Letters Home from Europe 1949, by Joan Hibbard Fleming
The Life and Adventures of Mrs. Christian Davies, Commonly Called Mother Ross on Campaign with the Duke of Marlborough (incorrectly attributed to Daniel Defoe)

Non-genre 4 (YTD 17)
Middlemarch, by George Eliot
Hitting a Straight Lick with a Crooked Stick, by Zora Neale Hurston
Martin Lukes: Who Moved My Blackberry, by Lucy Kellaway
The History of Mr Polly, by H.G. Wells

SF 11 (YTD 74)
Raybearer, by Jordan Ifueko
Riding the Unicorn, by Paul Kearney
Black Sun, by Rebecca Roanhorse
The Separation, by Christopher Priest
Harrow the Ninth, by Tamsyn Muir
The House of Shattered Wings, by Aliette de Bodard
A Deadly Education, by Naomi Novik
Empire Games, by Charles Stross
"Grotto of the Dancing Deer", by Clifford D Simak
The Kingdom of Copper, by S. A Chakraborty
The Dragon Republic, by R.F. Kuang

Doctor Who 3 (YTD 5, 7 inc comics)
The Last Pharaoh, by Iain McLaughlin and Claire Bartlett
Times Squared, by Rick Cross
Star Tales, ed. Steve Cole

Comics 1 (YTD 19)
Le dernier Atlas, tome 2, by Fabien Vehlmann, Gwen De Bonneval and Fred Blanchard

7,400 pages (YTD 40,100)
13/21 (YTD 65/144) by non-male writers (Hibbard Fleming, Davies/Ross, Eliot, Hurston, Kellaway, Ifueko, Roanhorse, Muir, de Bodard, Novik, Chakraborty, Kuang, Bartlett)
6/21 (YTD 30/144) by PoC (Hurston, Ifueko, Roanhorse, de Bodard, Chakraborty, Kuang)
4/21 rereads (YTD 15/144) – Middlemarch, The Separation, "Grotto of the Dancing Deer", The Last Pharaoh

Fish Tails, by Sheri S. Tepper
Strange Bedfellows: An Anthology of Political Science Fiction, ed. Hayden Trenholm
Thirteen, by Steve Cavanagh

Coming soon (perhaps)
Angel of Mercy, by Julianne Todd, Claire Bartlett and Iain McLaughlin
The Place of the Lion, by Charles Williams
The Mists of Avalon, by Marion Zimmer Bradley
A Hero Born, by Jin Yong
Cryptozoic, by Brian Aldiss
Eurofiles: A Cartoonist's View of Europe and the Wider World, by Peter Schrank (if I can find it)
The Primal Urge, by Brian Aldiss
A Woman In Berlin, by Anonymous
Humankind, by Rutger Bregman
Felaheen, by Jon Courtenay Grimwood
The Bloodline Feud, by Charles Stross
"The Saturn Game", by Poul Anderson
Great Glowing Coils of the Universe, by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor
Retour sur Aldébaran, tome 2, by Leo
Kipps, by H. G. Wells
Jack, by Marilynne Robinson
Zodiac Station, by Tom Harper
Hurricane Fever, by Tobias S. Buckell
The Return of the Discontinued Man, by Mark Hodder

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