14 December 2014

Reading Roundup Wrapup: November 2014

Oh gosh, am I even trying any more?

Pick of the month: Dubliners by James Joyce. This is my second or maybe third time reading this book; anyway, it's still brilliant. "The Dead" is one of the most perceptive recordings of human thought in literature, I reckon. I think the literature 1890s and 1900s contains my ideal mixture of realism and modernism.

All books read:
1. Doctor Who, Volume 2: The Eye of Ashaya by Andy Diggle and Joshua Hale Fialkov with Richard Dinnick
2. Dubliners by James Joyce
3. Doctor Who, Volume 3: Sky Jacks! by Andy Diggle & Eddie Robson with Len Wein
4. Hyperion by Dan Simmons
5. Street Gang: The Complete History of Sesame Street by Michael Davis
6. Batman: The Man Who Laughs by Ed Brubaker
7. Justine by Lawrence Durrell
8. Batman: Shaman by Dennis O’Neil
9. Batman: The Ring, the Arrow and the Bat by Dennis O’Neil
10. Batman: Venom by Dennis O’Neil
11. The New Adventures: The Joy Device by Justin Richards
12. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine #2: The Siege by Peter David

All books acquired:
1. The Annotated Sandman, Volume Three: The Sandman #40-56 by Neil Gaiman, edited by Leslie S. Klinger
2. Miracleman, Book Two: The Red King Syndrome by The Original Writer with Cat Yronwode
3. Alias Omnibus by Brian Michael Bendis
4. Star Wars, Volume Three: Rebel Girl by Brian Wood
5. Star Wars: Rebel Heist by Matt Kindt
6. Star Wars: Legacy, Volume II, Book 3: Wanted: Ania Solo by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman
7. Star Wars: Legacy, Volume II, Book 4: Empire of One by Corinna Bechko and Gabriel Hardman
8. Casino Royale by Ian Fleming

Books remaining on "To be read" list: 565