Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Fred's Reading Report (August 2009)

Wow! Year's almost some ways. How so?

Books read? 223! The train keeps on a-rolling! August included...

Larry Correia: Monster Hunter International (highly recommended as a very fun read).

William Gibson: Pattern Recognition (better this time through, but that seems to be my usual procedure with Gibson...first time through, so-so, subsequent read, appreciate it more).

Masashi Kishimoto: Naruto, Volumes 29 through 41 (when I hit 45, that will be it until October...what will I do?).

Patrick O'Brian: 21: The Final Unfinished Voyage of Jack Aubrey (what to read next?).

John Ringo and Travis S. Taylor: Von Neumann's War (how many other books work a mathematician into their title?).

Lewis Thomas: Late Night Thoughts on Listening to Mahler's Ninth Symphony (and several more collections of essays still to go).

Roger Zelazny: The Dream Master (still working this one through).

Short stuff? 326, will I make it to 365? No doubt, as that count is actually lower than reality. Just been lazy, as with reviews, in keeping it up to date.

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