2013 Booklist

2013 was a pretty rough year health-wise, and I guess it shows: I wasn't capable of reading a lot, but then I didn't really track what I did read. I watched every James Bond movie but Diamonds Are Forever, though.
  1. The Left Hand of Darkness - Paul Hoffman.
  2. The Family Trade - Charles Stross.
  3. The Fuller Memorandum - Charles Stross.
  4. The Jennifer Morgue - Charles Stross.
  5. The Atrocity Archives - Charles Stross.
  6. Roger Zelazny's The dawn of Amber. Book 1 / John Gregory Betacourt.
  7. The Post-American World - Fareed Zakaria. It took me a while to characterize: it's a book-length Economist article. Not a bad one, but not deep or anything. 
  8. Tiassa - Steven Brust. Muddled compared to his best work, but Brust obviously had fun writing it, and that shines through.
  9. Tibet: A History - Sam van Schaik. Really excellent: shows how there are no simple narratives around Tibet.
  10. The Last Four Things - Paul Hoffman.

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