Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,

March books

Non-fiction 4 (YTD 13)
The Assassination of the Prime Minister: John Bellingham and the Murder of Spencer Perceval, by David Hanrahan
The Big Finish Companion v1, by Richard Dinnick
Essays on Time-based Linguistic Analysis, by Charles-James N. Bailey
Companions: 50 Years of Doctor Who Assistants, by Andy Frankham-Allen

Fiction (non-sf) 2 (YTD 8)
The Other Hand, by Chris Cleave
Brick Lane, by Monica Ali\

SF (non-Who) 10 (YTD 22)
Ancillary Justice, by Anne Leckie
Dominion, by C.J. Sansom
Animal Farm, by George Orwell
Sigrid and Gudrun, by J.R.R. Tolkien
The Amber Spyglass, by Philip Pullman
Unearthed, eds. John J. Johnston and Jared Shurin
Spin, by Nina Allan
Anthem, by Ayn Rand
Best Served Cold, by Joe Abercrombie
Tarzan and the Forbidden City, by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Doctor Who 11 (YTD 22)
Doctor Who - The Paradise of Death, by Barry Letts
Christmas on a Rational Planet, by Lawrence Miles
Mad Dogs and Englishmen, by Paul Magrs
Tales of Trenzalore, by Justin Richards, George Mann, Paul Finch and Mark Morris
Salt of the Earth, by Trudi Canavan
Search for the Doctor, by David Martin
Crisis in Space, by Michael Holt
The Garden of Evil, by David Martin
Mission to Venus, by William Emms
Invasion of the OrmazoIds, by Philip Martin
Race Against Time, by Pip and Jane Baker 

Comics 0 (YTD 2)

~7,200 pages (YTD ~20,000)
6/25 (YTD 19/65) by women (Ali, Leckie, Allan, Rand, Canavan, J Baker)
1/25 (YTD 2/656) by PoC (Ali)

Reread: 2/25 (YTD 2/40) (Animal Farm, The Amber Spyglass)

Reading now:
Buddenbrooks, by Thomas Mann
Adventures with the Wife in Space, by Neil Perryman

Coming soon (perhaps):
Any Given Doomsday, by Lori Handeland
Inverted World, by Christopher Priest
Revelation, by C. J. Sansom
Anglicizing the Government of Ireland, by Jon G. Crawford
Assassin's Quest, by Robin Hobb
Rupert Bear Annual: No. 72
Deathless, by Catherynne M. Valente
Cheese, by Willem Elsschot
Understanding the Lord of the Rings, eds. Rose A. Zimbardo & Neil D. Isaacs
The Ocean at the End of the Lane, by Neil Gaiman
Homage to Catalonia, by George Orwell
Dawn, by Octavia E. Butler
Need for Certainty, by Robert Towler
The Empress of Mars, by Kage Baker
Cyberabad Days, by Ian McDonald
Goodbye To Berlin, by Christopher Isherwood
The Road to Middle-Earth, by Tom Shippey
Madame Bovary, by Gustave Flaubert
Green Living for Dummies, by Michael Grosvenor
The Secret Agent, by Joseph Conrad
Death in Venice, by Thomas Mann
[Doctor Who] Amorality Tale, by David Bishop
[Doctor Who] Return of the Living Dad, by Kate Orman
[Doctor Who] Hope, by Mark Clapham
Tags: bookblog 2014

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