Saturday, July 31, 2010

Current Reads...More or Less

A generally accurate list of books found on Mount Currentlybeingread or the current reads folder of my eBook reader gadget.

(Updated on September 13, 2010.)

Dan Abnett: Ravenor—The Omnibus

Christopher Anvil: Interstellar Patrol

Victor Appleton: Tom Swift and His Motor-Cycle

Rick Atkinson: An Army at Dawn; The Long Gray Line

Marcus Aurelius: Meditations

Peter S. Beagle: Mirror Kingdoms

Gregory Benford: Across the Sea of Stars

Leigh Brackett: Martian Quest

David Brin: Earth

Lois McMaster Bujold: Miles Errant

Paul Cartledge: Thermopylae—The Battle That Changed the World

Paul Chafe: Genesis

A. Bertram Chandler: The Inheritors; The Big Black Mark

Bruce Chatwin: In Patagonia

Glen Cook: A Cruel Wind; A Passage at Arms

Larry Correia: Monster Hunter Vendetta (eARC)

L. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt: Tales from Gavagan's Bar

David Drake: The Complete Hammer's Slammers, Volume 01; What Distant Deeps; Redliners

Eric Flint: 1632; The Course of Empire (w/K.D. Wentworth)

Benjamin Franklin: The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

Matt Gallagher: Kaboom—Embracing the Suck in a Savage Little War

Raymond Z. Gallun: The Planet Strappers

Marc Gascoigne & Christian Dunn (editors): Let the Galaxy Burn

Mark Geston: The Books of the Wars

William Gibson: Idoru

Alexis Gilliland: The Revolution from Rosinante

Goodwin, H.L. (as John Blaine): The Caves of Fear

Heinz Guderian: Panzer Leader

Edmond Hamilton: The Weapon from Beyond

Peter F. Hamilton: Night's Dawn Trilogy

Cecilia Holland: Floating Worlds

R.F. Jones: This Island Earth

Sebastian Junger: War

Donald Kagan: The Peloponnesian War

Robert D. Kaplan: Imperial Grunts

Rudyard Kipling: Departmental Ditties and Barracks-Room Ballads; The Kipling Reader; Verses

Tom Kratman: A Desert Called Peace

John Lambshead: Lucy's Blade

Stieg Larsson: The Girl Who Played With Fire

T.E. Lawrence: Seven Pillars of Wisdom—A Triumph

Murray Leinster: Med Ship

Berndard Lewis: The Crisis of Islam

R.A. MacAvoy: Twisting the Rope

Barry Malzburg: Breakfast in the Ruins

George Mann: Ghosts of Manhattan

George R.R. Martin: A Clash of Kings

Paul McAuley: The Quiet War; Gardens of the Sun

Anne McCaffrey: Dragonflight; Dragonquest; Sassinak (w/Elizabeth Moon); The Death of Sleep (w/Judy Lynn Nye)

China Mieville: The Scar

Sandy Mitchell: Innocence Proves Nothing

Walter Moers: The City of Dreaming Books

Elizabeth Moon: Herris Serrano

Lt. Gen. Harold G. Moore (Ret.) and Joseph L. Galloway: We Were Soldiers Once...And Young

Andre Norton: Warlock (omnibus of Storm Over Warlock, Ordeal in Otherware, Forerunner Foray).

William H. Patterson, Jr.: Robert A. Heinlein: Volume 01: Learning Curve, 1907-1948.

Jerry Pournelle: Exile & Glory; The Mercenary

Tim Powers: The Annubis Gates, The Drawing of the Dark, The Stress of Her Regard, On Stranger Tides, A Soul in a Bottle, Declare, Three Days to Never, Last Call, Earthquake Weather, Expiration Date, Secret Histories (edited and compiled by John Berlyne)

Terry Pratchett: Moving Pictures

Steven Pressfield: Gates of Fire

Cherie Priest: Boneshaker, Clementine

Mary Roach: Packing for Mars—The Curious Science of Life in the Void

Linda Robinson: Tell Me How This Ends

John Scalzi: Your Hate Mail Will Be Graded

Charles Sheffield and Jerry Pournelle: Higher Education

E.B. Sledge: With the Old Breed

Lewis Sorley: A Better War

Ryk Spoor: Grand Central Arena

Neal Stephenson: Snow Crash

Charles Stross: Halting State

Mark L. Van Name: One Jump Ahead

Patrick Vanner: Ragnarok

Various: Grantville Gazette, Volume 01, Ring of Fire

T. Von Harbou: Metropolis

James Webb: Fields of Fire

David Weber: In Enemy Hands

Liz Williams: Snake Agent

Mike Williamson: Better to Beg Forgiveness; Freehold; The Weapon; Contact with Chaos; Do Unto Others

Gene Wolfe: Shadow & Claw

George Zebrowski: The Omega Point Trilogy

FTC Disclaimer: These books, paper and electronic, were 100% self-purchased. Take that FTC!

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