Latest haul

I was once again unable to resist the lure of the on-line bookstore, and finally all the packages have arrived (but one, which is coming from the UK). I was proud of myself for having held out for a whole month. *heh*. Heavy on non-fiction and graphic novels this time.

Kelley Armstrong -- Bitten (sff)
Brian Michael Bendis, et al. -- Ultimate Fantastic Four (graphic novel)
A.S. Byatt -- The Djinn in the Nightingale's Eye (sff)
G.K. Chesterton -- The Man Who Was Thursday (classic)
Neil Gaiman -- Adventures in the Dream Trade (sff & nf)
Neil Gaiman & Yoshitaka Amano -- The Sandman: The Dream Hunters (graphic novel)
Anthony Grafton -- The Footnote: A Curious History (nf)
Nicola Griffith -- Slow River (sff)
Douglas R. Hofstadter -- Godel, Escher, Bach (nf)
David Langford -- The Silence of the Langford (nf)
Ursula K. LeGuin -- The Telling (sff)
Stanislaw Lem -- Solaris (sff)
Scott McCloud -- Understanding Comics (nf)
Scott McCloud -- Reinventing Comics (nf)
Sean McMullen -- Souls in the Great Machine (sff)
David Mitchell -- Cloud Atlas (sff)
Michael Moorcock -- Wizardry & Wild Romance (nf)
Chris Moriarty -- Spin State (sff)
Robert Reed -- Marrow (sff)
Keith Roberts -- Pavane (sff)
Kim Stanley Robinson -- Green Mars (sff)
Theodore Roszak -- The Memoirs of Elizabeth Frankenstein (sff)
Karl Sabbagh -- Dr. Reimann's Zeros (nf)
Dan Simmons -- Ilium (sff)
Dan Simmons -- Worlds Enough & Time (sff)
Jeff Smith -- Bone: One Volume Edition (graphic novel)
Robin Wilson -- Four Colors Suffice (nf)

Understanding Comics is to replace a copy I gave to a friend a long time back. The one-volume edition of Bone is, um, huge.

Posted: 2005-03-07 00:05 — Why no comments?

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