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November books

Non-fiction: 1 (YTD 46)
52 Ways of Looking at a Poem, by Ruth Padel

Fiction (non-sf): 6 (YTD 32)
Baptism in Blood, by Jane Haddam
Burr, by Gore Vidal
The Stone Book Quartet, by Alan Garner
The Prisoner and The Fugitive, by Marcel Proust
And the Mountains Echoed, by Khaled Hosseini
All The King’s Men, by Robert Penn Warren
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Theatre: 1 (YTD 4)
Hamlet, by William Shakespeare

sf (non-Who): 2 (YTD 105)
Hybrid, by Shaun Hutson
Hardwired, by Walter Jon Williams
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Doctor Who, etc: 1 (YTD 32)
Doctor Who: Twelve Angels Weeping: Twelve Stories of the Villains from Doctor Who, by Dave Rudden

Comics: 1 (YTD 25)
Brüsel, by Benoît Peeters and François Schuiten

~5,100 pages (YTD ~67,400)
2/12 (YTD 98/248) by non-male writers (Padel, Haddam)
1/12 (YTD 25/248) by PoC (Hosseini)
2/12 (YTD 22/248) reread (Hamlet, The Prisoner and The Fugitive)

Reading now
The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, by Michael Chabon
Outside In: 160 New Perspectives on 160 Classic Doctor Who Stories by 160 Writers, ed. Robert Smith?
Fools, by Pat Cadigan

Coming soon (perhaps):
Delta of Venus, by Anaïs Nin
The Name of This Book Is Secret, by Pseudonymous Bosch
Perilous Dreams, by Andre Norton
A Cold Day in Hell, by Alan Grant
The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy, 2010 Edition, ed. Rich Horton
Factfulness, by Hans Rosling
Heartspell, by Blaine Anderson
Bitter Angels, by C.L. Anderson
A Little Life, by Hanya Yanyagihara
The Paying Guests, by Sarah Waters
Fanny Hill, by John Cleland
“The Queen of Air and Darkness”, by Poul Anderson
Stepping Stones: Interviews with Seamus Heaney, by Dennis O’Driscoll
Grimm Tales: For Young and Old, by Philip Pullman
Nebula Awards Showcase 2011, ed. Kevin J. Anderson
Lambik, by Marc Legendre
Candide, by Voltaire
Feersum Endjinn, by Iain M. Banks
Secret Histories, ed. Mark Clapham

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