Hugo book haul

It's that time of year again. I read one of the Hugo nominees already — Charles Stross's Halting State — so four more to go. And, of course, I had to pick up a bunch of other books at the same time.

M.M. Buckner -- War Surf (sff)
Michael Chabon -- The Yiddish Policemen's Union (sff)
Helen Cresswell -- Bagthorpes Besieged (children's)
M. John Harrison -- Nova Swing (sff)
Carolyne Larrington (trans.) -- The Poetic Edda (classic)
Barry N. Malzberg -- Breakfast in the Ruins (non-fiction)
Robert Sawyer -- Rollback (sff)
John Scalzi -- The Ghost Brigades (sff)
John Scalzi -- The Last Colony (sff)
Snorri Sturluson -- The Prose Edda (classic)
Nassim Nicholas Taleb -- Fooled by Randomness (non-fiction)
John C. Wright -- Fugitives of Chaos (sff)

I haven't been reading that much lately for one reason and another, but I'm hoping to change that in the near future.

Posted: 2008-04-11 19:21 — Why no comments?

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