01 September 2013

Reading Roundup Wrapup: August 2013

Pick of the month: Not gonna lie, M. T. Anderson's kid adventurers taking on the undead is better than China Miéville or Chris Ware, anyday. The Brilliant Book of Doctor Who really was brilliant, though.

All books read:
1. Appendices: Being the Final Book of The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien
2. Legends: The Collection by John Ostrander and Len Wein
3. Millennium by Steve Englehart
4. Zombie Mommy: A Pals in Peril Tale by M. T. Anderson
5. The Pelican History of England: 9. England in the Twentieth Century (1914-63) by David Thomson
6. Crisis on Multiple Earths, Volume 6 by Gerry Conway and Roy Thomas
7. The Twentieth Century by Albert Robida
8. The Smartest Kid on Earth, Jimmy Corrigan: An Improvisatory Romance, Pictographically Configured by Chris Ware
9. Kraken: An Anatomy by China Miéville
10. Doctor Who: The Brilliant Book 2011 edited by Clayton Hickman
11. Zero Hour: Crisis in Time by Dan Jurgens
12. Star Wars Omnibus: Tales of the Jedi, Volume 1 by Kevin J. Anderson and Tom Veitch
13. Legion of Super-Heroes Archives, Volume 11 by Cary Bates and Jim Shooter with Mike Grell and E. Nelson Bridwell
14. The Spectre of Utopia: Utopian and Science Fictions at the Fin de Siècle by Matthew Beaumont
15. Crisis on Infinite Earths by Marv Wolfman

All books acquired:
1.  The Walking Dead: Compendium Two by Robert Kirkman
2. To Be or Not To Be: a chooseable-path adventure by Ryan North, William Shakespeate, and YOU
3. Zombie Mommy: A Pals in Peril Tale by M. T. Anderson
4. Jim Henson: The Biography by Brian Jay Jones
5. This Body of Death by Elizabeth George

Books remaining on "To be read" list: 508

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