Latest haul

Various book orders from both the US and the UK have all finally arrived and I've collected them all in one place. So many things that I all want to read right now! Here's the full list:

Catherine Asaro -- Schism (sff)
Iain M. Banks -- The Algebraist (sff)
Charlotte Bronte -- Jane Eyre (classic)
John Clute -- Strokes (nf)
Julie E. Czerneda -- In the Company of Others (sff)
Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling (ed.) -- The Faery Reel (sff)
Neil Gaiman & Gene Wolfe -- A Walking Tour of the Shambles (nf)
Mary Gentle -- Ash (sff)
Joe Haldeman -- Camouflage (sff)
Elizabeth Hand -- Mortal Love (sff)
David Langford -- The SEX Column (nf)
Ursula K. Le Guin -- Lao Tzu: Tao Te Ching (nf)
Ian McDonald -- River of Gods (sff)
China Miéville -- Iron Sunrise (sff)
Teresa Nielsen Hayden -- Making Book (nf)
Matt Ruff -- A Romance of Souls (sff)
Geoff Ryman -- The Child Garden (sff)
Dan Simmons -- Olympos (sff)
Johanna Sinisalo -- Troll (sff)
Charles Stross -- Accelerando (sff)
Charles Stross -- Iron Sunrise (sff)
Gary K. Wolfe -- Soundings (nf)

Want to just read and read and read. But I'm being very good and finishing other things first before diving into all my wonderful new stuff. I'm trying to convince myself to alternate between exciting newly purchased books and either Hugo winners or books that others have loaned me.

Currently reading: A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress by Robert A. Heinlein.

Posted: 2005-09-23 23:55 — Why no comments?

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