These are books that I have finished, and links to reviews if I’ve written them.

June 2024#

  • Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams (re-read)
  • QED: The Strange Theory of Light and Matter, Richard Feynman (re-read)
  • The Glass Hotel, Emily St. John Mandel

May 2024#

  • The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the Subjugation of Women Became Gospel Truth, Beth Allison Barr
  • Where Secrets Lie, Eva V. Gibson

April 2024#

  • Good Taste: A Novel in Search of Good Food, Caroline Scott
  • Play It as It Lies, Joan Didion
  • Bhagavad Gita: A New Translation, translated Stephen Mitchell

March 2024#

  • In Five Years, Rebecca Serle
  • Anathem, Neal Stephenson

February 2024#

  • Stop Walking on Eggshells, Paul T. Mason and Randi Kreger
  • A River Enchanted, Rebecca Ross

January 2024#

  • The Galaxy and the Ground Within, Becky Chambers
  • Dealing with Dragons, Patricia C Wrede
  • I Hate You, Don’t Leave Me: Understanding the Borderline Personality, Jerold Kriesman, Hal Straus
  • One Billion Americans: The Case for Thinking Bigger, Matthew Yglesias
  • Mika in Real Life, Emiko Jean

November 2023#

  • Exiles from Earth, Ben Bova
  • What is Real? The Unfinished Quest for the Meaning of Quantum Physics, Adam Becker
  • Children of Ruin, Adrian Tchaikovsky
  • The Power, Naomi Alderman

October 2023#

  • She Who Became the Sun, Shelley Parker-Chan
  • Children of Time, Adrian Tchaikovsky

September 2023#

  • Red, White, and Royal Blue, Casey McQuiston
  • What is Anarchism? An Introduction, Donald Rooum et al.

August 2023#

  • Light from Uncommon Stars, Ryka Aoki
  • Record of a Spaceborn Few, Becky Chambers
  • A Closed and Common Orbit, Becky Chambers
  • Madam, Phoebe Wynn
  • The Terraformers, Annalee Newitz

July 2023#

  • Polysecure: Attachment, Trauma, and Consensual Non-Monogamy, Jessica Fern

June 2023#

March 2023#

  • Circe, Madeline Miller
  • What If? 2, Randall Munroe
  • Beartown, Fredrik Backman, tr. Neil Smith
  • God Is Disappointed in You, Mark Russell and Shannon Wheeler
  • Money: The True Story of a Made-Up Thing, Jacob Goldstein
  • Understanding Government Finance, Brian Romanchuk
  • Modern Monetary Theory and the Recovery, Brian Romanchuk

February 2023#

  • Red Inferno: 1945, Robert Conroy

January 2023#

  • God: A Biography, Jack Miles
  • Rubinrot, Kerstin Gier
  • Quiet, Susan Cain
  • How the Bible Was Built, Charles Merrill Smith and James W. Bennett

November 2022#

  • A Memory Called Empire, Arkady Martine
  • A Desolation Called Peace, Arkady Martine

October 2022#

September 2022#

  • The Lamplighters, Emma Stonex
  • Hollow Kingdom, Kira Jane Buxton
  • Dune Messiah, Frank Herbert

August 2022#

  • Kaiju Preservation Society, John Scalzi
  • Buffering: Unshared Tales of a Life Fully Loaded, Hannah Hart

July 2022#

  • Cold Clay, Juneau Black
  • Monk & Robot, Becky Chambers
    • A Psalm for the Wild-Built
    • A Prayer for the Crown-Shy
  • Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs?, Caitlin Doughty

June 2022#

  • Hyperion Cantos, Dan Simmons
    • (Had previously read 1 & 2)
    • Endymion
    • The Rise of Endymion
  • Shady Hollow, Juneau Black

May 2022#

  • Old Man’s War, John Scalzi (re-read)
    • Old Man’s War
    • “Questions for a Soldier”
    • The Ghost Brigades
    • “The Sagan Diary”
    • The Last Colony
    • “After the Coup”
    • Zoe’s Tale
    • The Human Division
    • “Hafte Sorvalh Eats a Churro and Speaks to the Youth of Today”
    • The End of All Things

April 2022#

There is no way I can record books read before this, so I shan’t try.