Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,

October Books

Non-fiction 4 (YTD 44)
The Strangest Man, by Graham Farmelo
Some Girls: My Life in a Harem, by Jillian Lauren
Edward Gibbon and Empire,eds. Rosamond McKitterick and Roland Quinault
Angela's Ashes, by Frank McCourt

The Strangest Man Some Girls Edward Gibbon and Empire Angela's Ashes

Fiction (non-sf) 1 (YTD 37)
The Professor, by Charlotte Brontë

The Professor

SF (non-Who) 9 (YTD 94)
Wool, by Hugh Howey
Up the Walls of the World, by James Tiptree

Wool Up the Walls of the World

Doctor Who 5 (YTD 52)
Divided Loyalties, by Gary Russell
The Room with No Doors, by Kate Orman
Camera Obscura, by Lloyd Rose
Silhouette, by Justin Richards
Lights Out, by Holly Black

Divided Loyalties The Room with No Doors Camera Obscura Silhouette Lights Out

Comics 0 (YTD 17)

~6,500 pages (YTD ~71,600)
9/19 (YTD 67/244) by women (Lauren, McKittrick, Brontë, γ2, Tiptree, ε2, Orman, Rose, Black)
0/19 (YTD 16/244) by PoC

Reread: 1/19 - Angela's Ashes (YTD 9/244)

Reading now:
Anna Karenina, by Leo Tolstoy
Home, by Marilynne Robinson
Beach Music, by Pat Conroy
two others

Coming soon (perhaps):
Rules, by Cynthia Lord
Shades of Milk and Honey, by Mary Robinette Kowal
The Grass is Singing, by Doris May Lessing
Liberal Language, by Graham Watson
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
The Wretched of the Earth, by Frantz Fanon
Transit of Earth
The Painted Man, by Peter V. Brett
The Egyptian, by Mika Waltari
Empire of Death, by David Bishop
Lungbarrow, by Marc Platt
Time Zero, by Justin Richards
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