Summer haul

I'm buying rather too many books at the moment and not reading enough of them (in part because I got back into Minecraft and in part because I got a bit stuck on a few difficult books). I think I've managed to get myself unstuck again, though, and have started catching up on reviews.

2020. It's kind of a lot. And I'm not even that heavily affected.

Katherine Addison — The Angel of the Crows (sff)
Marie Brennan — A Natural History of Dragons (sff)
Kacen Callender — Queen of the Conquered (sff)
Jo Clayton — Diadem from the Stars (sff)
Jo Clayton — Lamarchos (sff)
Jo Clayton — Irsud (sff)
Clifford D. Conner — The Tragedy of American Science (nonfiction)
Kate Elliott — Unconquerable Sun (sff)
Rory Fanning & Craig Hodges — Long Shot (nonfiction)
Michael Harrington — Socialism: Past & Future (nonfiction)
Nalo Hopkinson — Brown Girl in the Ring (sff)
Kameron Hurley — The Stars Are Legion (sff)
N.K. Jemisin — Emergency Skin (sff)
T. Kingfisher — A Wizard's Guide to Defensive Baking (sff)
T. Kingfisher — Nine Goblins (sff)
Michael Lewis — The Fifth Risk (nonfiction)
Paul McAuley — War of the Maps (sff)
Gretchen McCulloch — Because Internet (nonfiction)
Hayao Miyazaki — Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (graphic novel)
Annalee Newitz — The Future of Another Timeline (sff)
Nick Pettigrew — Anti-Social (nonfiction)
Rivers Solomon, et al. — The Deep (sff)
Jo Walton — Or What You Will (sff)
Erik Olin Wright — Stardust to Stardust (nonfiction)

Of these, I've already read and reviewed The Fifth Risk (an excellent book).

Posted: 2020-07-26 21:31 — Why no comments?

Last modified and spun 2020-07-27