Updated Reading List

With all my schoolwork recently, I haven’t had a whole lot of time to read for myself, while I continue to purchase books, creating an even longer list (36 total) of things to read. Here’s what I’m hoping to get to in the near future:

Next Up:
Th1rte3n – Richard K. Morgan
Halting State – Charles Stross
A Game of Thrones – George R. R. Martin
Blood and Thunder – Hampton Sides
Salt: A World History – Mark Kurlansky
The Ten Cent Plague – David Hajdu

At some point:
A Civil Action – Jonathan Harr
A Crack at the Edge of the World – Simon Winchester
Command Decision – Elizabeth Moon
Devices and Desires – KJ Parker
Edison’s Eve – Gaby Wood
First Man – James Hansen
Flu – Gina Kolata
Fury – Aaron Allston
Generation Kill – Evan Wright
Girl Sleuth – Melanie Rehak
Heart-Shaped Box – Joe Hill
Ike: An American Hero – Michael Korda
Inferno – Troy Denning
Invincible – Karen Traviss
John Adams – David McCullough
Mao – Jung Chang
Marque and Reprisal – Elizabeth Moon
Neuromancer – William Gibson
Red Coats – Stephen Brumwell
Revelation – Karen Traviss
SF12 – Judith Merril
Stranger in a Strange Land – Robert Heinlein
Summer Knight – Jim Butcher
The Big Red One – James Wheeler
The Day of Battle – Rick Atkinson
The Dragon’s Nine Sons – Chris Roberson
Theodore Rex – Edward Morris
Warfare in the Western World – Jeremy Black
Western Warfare 1775-1882 – Jeremy Black
Woken Furies – Richard K. Morgan

It was 37 this morning when I picked up Karen Traviss’s latest book, her adaptation of The Clone Wars movie that’s coming up in August. I’ll be writing up a review at some point in the near future, once I finish up my Short Paper this weekend. And hopefully, I’ll be able to start get cracking on this list. I want to finish it by the end of the year.

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