The Books

Stuff read this year, not including single short stories or stuff read for grad school. I do feel like I’m not reading widely enough, which I know is probably an insane conclusion, but yeah.

In other news Pohang got some light snow. This meant, since it’s somewhat southish, the city was in panic mode because they don’t have sand trucks or plows or anything to deal with half an inch of snow apparently.

 

Desert Solitaire: A Season in the Wilderness – Edward Abbey

Elisha Barber – E. C. Ambrose

War Fever – J.G. Ballard

The Face in the Frost – John Bellairs

The Queen, The Cambion, and Seven Other – Richard Bowes

Mindplayers – Pat Cadigan

My Antonia – Willa Cather

Dagon – Fred Chappell

Engine Summer – John Crowley

Scattered Among Strange Worlds – Aliette De Bodard

Status Anxiety – Alain De Botton

Babel-17/Empire Star – Samuel R. Delany

The Enemy Within: A Short History of Witch-hunting – John Demos

The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao – Junot Diaz

The Mapmaker’s War – Ronlyn Domingue

The Voyage of the Short Serpent – Bernard du Boucheron

The Werewolf of Paris – Guy Endore

American Gods – Neil Gaiman

The Ocean at the End of the Lane – Neil Gaiman

Lois the Witch and Other Stories – Elizabeth Gaskell

Red Shift – Alan Garner

Thursbitch – Alan Garner

Trafalgar – Angelica Gorodischer

Ammonite – Nicola Griffith

Twenty Fragments of a Ravenous Youth – Xiaolu Guo

Available Dark – Elizabeth Hand

Empty Space: A Haunting – M. John Harrison

Cogan’s Trade – George V. Higgins

The Digger’s Game – George V. Higgins

Poets in a Landscape – Gilbert Highet

Fremder – Russell Hoban

Linger Awhile – Russell Hoban

Turtle Diary – Russell Hoban

Sword of Fire and Sea (Chaos Knight Book #1) – Erin Hoffman

The Discovery of Witches – Matthew Hopkins

In A Lonely Place – Dorothy B. Hughes

Rapture (The Bel Dame Apocrypha #3) – Kameron Hurley

Infidel (The Bel Dame Apocrypha #2) – Kameron Hurley

An Artist of the Floating World – Kazou Ishiguro

Fair Play – Tove Jansson

Nobody Move – Denis Johnson

The Desert of Souls – Howard Andrew Jones

How To Make Friends With Demons – Graham Joyce

Storm of Steel – Ernst Junger

At Amberleaf Fair – Phyllis Ann Karr

Nightshade and Damnations – Gerard Kersh

The Secret Commonwealth of Elves, Fauns, and Fairies – Robert Kirk

Fury – Henry Kuttner

The Spy Who Came In From the Cold – John Le Carre

The Best of All Possible Worlds – Karen Lord

In The Enclosure – Barry N. Malzberg

Bullettime – Nick Mamatas

Love is the Law – Nick Mamatas

Last Dragon – J.M. McDermott

Hong Kong – Jan Morris

Memory – Linda Nagata

Snitch World – Jim Nisbet

Who Fears Death – Nnedi Okorafor

The Company – K.J. Parker

Temporary Agency – Rachel Pollack

The Dog of the South – Charles Portis

The Glorious Ones – Francine Prose

Indoctrinaire – Christopher Priest

The Record of a Quaker Conscience – Cyrus Pringle

A House in Naples – Peter Rabe

Yellow Black Radio Broke-Down – Ishmael Reed

The Black Count – Tom Reiss

Your Brain At Work – David Rock

A Stranger in Olondria – Sofia Samatar

The Trouble with Testosterone and other essays on the biology of the Human Predicament – Robert Sapolsky

The Witches of Karres – James H. Schmitz

The Status Civilization – Robert Sheckley

The Slave – Isaac Bashevis Singer

A Pretty Mouth – Molly Tanzer

Alchemy and Alchemists – C.J.S. Thompson

Finch – Jeff VanderMeer

Meet Me in the Moon Room – Ray Vukcevich

God Save the Mark – Donald E. Westlake

The Passion – Jeanette Winterson

The Fifth Head of Cerberus – Gene Wolfe

Nightside the Long Sun – Gene Wolfe

Orlando – Virginia Woolf

Dirty Weekend – Helen Zahavi

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3 responses to “The Books”

  1. C. Miller says :

    WOW THAT IS A LIST! O.O
    Good luck with it!

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