November Books

Non-fiction 1 (YTD 45)
TARDIS Eruditorum Volume 5: Tom Baker and the Williams Years, by Philip Sandifer

Tardis Eruditorum

Fiction (non-sf) 4 (YTD 41)
Home, by Marilynne Robinson
Rules, by Cynthia Lord
Beach Music, by Pat Conroy
The Grass is Singing, by Doris May Lessing

Home Rules Beach Music The Grass is Singing

SF (non-Who) 16 (YTD 110)
κ2 (gave up, won't finish)
Shades of Milk and Honey, by Mary Robinette Kowal

Shades of Milk and Honey

Doctor Who 4 (YTD 56)
Empire of Death, by David Bishop
Lungbarrow, by Marc Platt
Time Zero, by Justin Richards
The Crawling Terror, by Mike Tucker

Empire of Death Lungbarrow Time Zero Crawling Terror

Comics 1 (YTD 18)
Sugar Skull, by Charles Burns

Sugar Skull

~8,500 pages (YTD ~90,100)
8/26 (YTD 75/270) by women (Robinson, Lord, Lessing, ι2, ρ2, χ2, Kowal, ψ2)
0/26 (YTD 16/270) by PoC

Reread: 1/26, Lungbarrow (YTD 10/270)

Reading now:
Anna Karenina, by Leo Tolstoy
Ages in Chaos: James Hutton and the Discovery of Deep Time, by Stephen Baxter
Fear of the Dark, by Trevor Baxendale

Coming soon (perhaps):
The Fat Years, by Chan Koonchung
Elizabeth's Bedfellows, by Anna Whitelock
Earth Girl, by Janet Edwards
The Jonah Kit, by Ian Watson
The True Deceiver, by Tove Jansson
Stopping for a Spell, by Diana Wynne Jones
Kushiel's Justice, by Jacqueline Carey
Tree and Leaf, by J R R Tolkien
Wages of Sin, by Andrew M. Greeley
Getting the Buggers to Behave, by Sue Cowley
Het achterhuis, by Anne Frank
The Balkans, by Misha Glenny
The Shadow of the Wind, by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Een geweer in het water, by Hermann
I Don't Know How She Does It, by Allison Pearson
The Wretched of the Earth, by Frantz Fanon
Transit of Earth
The Painted Man, by Peter V. Brett
The Egyptian, by Mika Waltari
Islands In The Stream, by Ernest Hemingway
The Invisible Gorilla, by Christopher Chabris
The Dying Days, by Lance Parkin
Infinity Race, by Simon Messingham

One thought on “November Books

  1. For some reason I have never read any Agatha Christie novels but I know the twists to loads of them, including this one (I think). They are all twists that I can imagine being very exciting when they were revealed first.

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