Friday, January 18, 2013

Book List 2013

Is this all I use this blog for anymore? Maybe. Maybe one of these days I'll do my 2012 reading year in review. We'll see.

1. Veniss Underground, by Jeff Vandermeer
2. Castleview, by Gene Wolfe
3. Escape From Reason, by Francis Schaeffer
4. Steampunk III, ed. by Ann Vandermeer
5. The Lesser Blessed, by Richard Van Camp
6. Girl Genius Omnibus 1: Agatha Awakens, by Phil & Kaja Foglio
7. American Gods, 10th Anniversary Edition, by Neil Gaiman
8. Fables: Sons of Empire, by Bill Willingham
9. A Visit from the Goon Squad, by Jennifer Egan
10. Extra Indians, by Eric Gansworth
11. Professor Moriarty: The Hound of the D'Ubervilles, by Kim Newman
12. The Walking Dead: Days Gone By, by Robert Kirkman
13. The Walking Dead: Miles Behind Us, by Robert Kirkman
14. Fables: The Good Prince, by Bill Willingham
15. Swamplandia!, by Karen Russell
16. Miko Kings: An Indian Baseball Story, by LeAnne Howe
17. The Walking Dead: Safety Behind Bars, by Robert Kirkman
18. David and the Phoenix, by Edward Ormondroyd
19. Count to a Trillion, by John C. Wright
20. Winter in the Blood, by James Welch
21. The Antelope Wife, by Louise Erdrich
22. Other Places: 3 Plays, by Harold Pinter
23. The Book of Wonder, by Lord Dunsany
24. Celtic Folk and Fairy Tales, by Joseph Jacobs
25. Cloudstreet, by Tim Winton
26. Imagining Atlantis, by Richard Ellis
27. Free Live Free!, by Gene Wolfe
28. The Bookman, by Lavie Tidhar
29. A Dream Play, by August Strindberg
30. Atlantis: The Antediluvian World, by Ignatius Loyola Donelly
31. Curious Creatures of Zoology, by John Ashton
32. In the Land of Time and Other Fantasy Tales, by Lord Dunsany
33. The Music of Failure, by Bill Holm
34. Ophelia Joined the Group Maidens Who Don't Float, by Sarah Schmelling
35. Seven Gothic Tales, by Isak Dinesen
36. The Mystery of Christ ...and Why We Don't Get It, by Robert Capon
37. Revelations of Divine Love, by Julian of Norwich
38. Focusing, by Gerald Gendlin
39. Night Watch, by Terry Pratchett
40. Anarchism: A History of Libertarian Ideas and Movements, by George Woodcock
41. Beloved, by Toni Morrison
42. Lost in the Cosmos, by Walker Percy
43. The Ocean at the End of the Lane, by Neil Gaiman
44. The Thirteen Clocks, by James Thurber
45. The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of her own Making, by Catherine Valente
46. Sandman: Preludes and Nocturnes, by Neil Gaiman
47. Fables: War and Pieces, by Bill Willingham
48. Elk's Run, by Joshua Hale Fialkov
49. Broken, by Jonathan Fisk
50. Three Days to Never, Tim Powers
51. Luther's Large Catechism, by Martin Luther
52. Did the Resurrection Happen?, by Gary Habermas, Antony Flew, and David Baggett
53. Magic For Beginners, by Kelly Link
54. Endangered Species, by Gene Wolfe
55. Shamela, by Henry Fielding
56. Their Eyes Were Watching God, by Zora Neale Hurston
57. Nine Stories, by JD Salinger
58. Franny and Zooey, by JD Salinger
59. Raise High the Roof Beams, Carpenters and Seymour, an Introduction, by JD Salinger
60. Tracks, by Louise Erdrich
61. The History of the World, by Matthew Wilkes
62. Don Quixote: Volume One, by Miguel de Cervantes
63. Done Quixote: Volume Two, by Miguel de Cervantes
64. Murder on the Orient Express, by Agatha Christie
65. The Maltese Falcon, by Dashiell Hammet
66. Bulldog Drummond, by Sapper [p]
67. The Innocence of Father Brown, by GK Chesterton [p]
68. Illuminatus: The Eye in the Pyramid, by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson
69. Illuminatus: The Golden Apple, by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson
70. Illuminatus: Leviathan, by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson
71. Ender's Shadow, by Orson Scott Card
72. The Decameron, by Giovanni Boccacio
73. The History of Magic, by Kurt Seligman
74. I am the Desert, by Michael G. Lilienthal
75. Saint Francis and the Foolishness of God, by Marie Dennis et. al.
76. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick
77. A Scanner Darkly, by Philip K. Dick
78. Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said, by Philip K. Dick
79. The Warlord of the Air, by Michael Moorcock
80. Steampunk, ed. by Jeff and Ann Vandermeer


Nat said...

Giving up a bit early, aren't we?

Ethan said...

Considering that my most recent post before this one was from May? I feel I am merely being realistic about my own tendency toward laziness. Maybe not, though. Only time will tell.