March books

A slow month again – I really got a bit burnt out by Hugo reading frenzy, and will pace myself better another year.

Non-fiction: 2 (YTD 11)
The Road to Ruin: how Tony Abbott and Peta Credlin destroyed their own government, by Niki Savva
Easter 1916: selected archive pieces from the New Statesman

Fiction (non-sf): 0 (YTD 3)

SF (non-Who): 8 (YTD 25)
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll
Mother of Eden, by Chris Beckett
Through the Looking Glass, by Lewis Carroll
Wings of Sorrow and of Bone, by Beth Cato
Witches of Lychford, by Paul Cornell
Binti, by Nnedi Okorafor
Glorious Angels, by Justina Robson – did not finish
Naamah's Curse, by Jacqueline Carey

Doctor Who, etc: 3 (YTD 11)
Short Trips: Steel Skies, ed. John Binns
Illegal Alien by Mike Tucker and Robert Perry
Another Girl, Another Planet by Martin Day and Len Beech

Comics: 2 (YTD 7)
The Sandman: Overture, by Neil Gaiman et al
House Party, by Rachael Smith

3,500 pages (YTD 14,100 pages)
5/12 (YTD 30/59) by women (Savva, Cato, Okorafor, Carey, Smith)
1/12 (YTD 7/59) by PoC (Okorafor)

Reread: 4 (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass, Witches of Lychford and Binti)

Reading now
Watership Down, by Richard Adams
The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, by Becky Chambers

Coming soon (perhaps):
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
A History of Anthropology, by Thomas Hylland Eriksen
The Ragged Astronauts, by Bob Shaw
Master Pip, by Lloyd Jones
The Count of Monte Cristo, by Alexandre Dumas
Quantico. by Greg Bear
See How Much I Love You, by Luis Leante
Short Trips: Life Science, ed John Binns
Prime Time, by Mike Tucker
Beige Planet Mars, by Lance Parkin

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