Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Summer Reading–June, July, and August 2014

The reading list is back, with an all-new, supersized installment! Thirteen books! Thirteen authors! 4,359 or so pages! One thing that I didn’t finish last month! (Which is it? Wait and see!) Exclamation points!  GOD HELP ME, I CAN’T STOP! Please pretend to be excited and/or delighted at your leisure! Let’s do this thing:

Reading List - June, July, August 2014

One Night in Sixes – Arianne “Tex” Thompson – Solaris, 2014. 464pp.

Degrees of Freedom – Simon Morden – Orbit, 2011. 384pp.

Virtual Light – William Gibson – Bantam Spectra, 1994. 368pp.

The Third Man – Graham Green – Penguin, 1999. 160pp.

In Cold Blood – Truman Capote – Vintage, 1994. 343pp.

The Way of the Black Beast – Stuart Jaffe – Self published, 2011. 310pp.

The Kick-Ass Writer – Chuck Wendig – Writer’s Digest Books, 2013. 282pp.

Skin Game – Jim Butcher – Roc, 2014. 416pp.

Half a King – Joe Abercrombie – Del Rey, 2014. 352pp.

California – Edan Lepucki – Little Brown, 2014. 400pp.

Cibola Burn – James S.A. Corey – Orbit, 2014. 592pp.

The Walking Dead, Vol. 21: All Out War, Part 2 – Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard – Image Comics, 2014. 136pp.

Black Science, Vol. 1:  How to Fall Forever – Rick Remender & Matteo Scalera – Image Comics, 2014. 152pp.

1 comment:

  1. How was Half a King? It's been drawing my attention at Barnes and Noble ever since I read the sample in the Del Rey promo book that B/N was giving away a couple of months ago.