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20 January 2016 @ 12:55 pm
2016 Book list  
1. JOB: A Comedy of Justice - Robert A. Heinlein
2. Shaman Rises - C.E. Murphy
3. Liar, Temptress, Solider, Spy: Four Women Undercover in The Civil War - Karen Abbott
4. The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms - N.K. Jemisin
5. *Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury  (I read this in like 1997?  Technically a reread but I only remembered the premise)
6. Everything I Never Told You - Celeste Ng
7. Mythology: Visual Reference Guide - Philip Wilkinsin, Neil Philip
8. Sunshine - Robin McKinely
9. *To Reign In Hell - Steven Brust (Another book I technically read in middle school but didn't remember at all)
10. NOS4RA - Joe Hill
11.  The Song Of Achilles - Madeline Miller
12. Zealot: The life and times of Jesus of Nazareth - Reza Aslan
13. Chaos Choreography - Seanan Mcguire
14. The Step Sister Scheme - Jim C. Hines
15.  Autumn - David Moody
16. Down Pour - Kat Richardson
17. Balm -Dolen Perkins-Valdez
18. If Not, Winter: fragments of Sappho - translated by Anne Carson
19. The Golem and The Jinni - Helene Wecker
20. A Midsummer's Equation - Keigo Higashino
21. Fire Touched - Patricia Briggs
22. The Mermaid's Madness - Jim C. Hines
23. Iliad - Homer
24. Seawitch - Kat Richardson
25. You're Never Weird On The Internet (Almost) - Felicia Day
26. Captive Prince - C.S. Pacat
27. Captive Prince 2 - C.S. Pacat
28. Kings Rising - C.S. Pacat
29. The Strangler Vine - M.J. Carter


Short Stories and Novellas:
 Incryptid series - Seanan Mcguire
    -One Hell of A Ride
    -No Place like home
    -Stingers and Strangers
    -Married in Green
Every Heart A Doorway - Seanan McGuire
Double Play - Kelley Armstrong
Full of Briars - Seanan McGuire


Comics:
1. Hawkeye: L.A. Woman - Matt Fraction
2. Hawkeye: Rio Bravo - Matt Fraction
3. Black Widow: The Finely Woven Thread - Nathan Edmondson
4. Black Widow:  The Tightly Tangled Web - Nathan Edmondson
5. Black Widow: Last Days - Nathan Edmonson
6. Ms. Marvel: Last Days - G. Willow Wilson
7. New Avengers: Other Worlds - Jonathan Hickman


Here is the full list!  I met my challenge of reading 50 books that I had never read before.


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here i am in my bucket todayhellboy on January 24th, 2016 08:30 am (UTC)
That Karen Abbott book looks hella interesting, was it a good read in your opinion?
Ahriaahria on January 24th, 2016 03:15 pm (UTC)
Yes, it really was. I was actually surprised that I found it so engaging because I've never really cared about the civil war at all before. The only negatives about it is some of the stories that the author posits as true seem a bit questionable- but she bases the claims on the women's journals, letters, etc. and mostly takes them at their word. Also, she falls into the prose a little hard some times. She'll say something like "She awaited the enemy line, heart beating loudly in her chest and thought the trees bare, skeletal branches were a sign of things to come" and I'm like Did she??? Really??? LOL (that was not a real quote) But sometimes I liked that it was a story format rather then a list of facts.

But in general, it was very good. If you read it, tell me what you think?