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Sparkles - Louise Bagshawe - Novel

Psychoshop - Alfred & Roger Bester & Zelazny - Novel

Heart and Soul - Maeve Binchy - Novel

Stand on Zanzibar - John Brunner - Novel

A Short History of Nearly Everything - Bill Bryson - Non Fiction

The Yiddish Policeman’s Union - Michael Chabon - Novel

Cyteen  - C.J. Cherryh - Novel

Stories of Your Life and Others - Ted Chiang - Shorts

Khaled - A Tale of Arabia - F. Marion Crawford - Novel

Unweaving the Rainbow - Richard Dawkins - Non Fiction

The Einstein Intersection - Samuel R. Delany - Novel

Countdown for Cindy  - Eloise Engle - Novel

Bygone Ilford - Brian Evans - Non Fiction

The Ear, the Eye and the Arm - Nancy Farmer - Children's

Wit's End - Karen Joy Fowler - Novel

Impossible Odds - Dick Francis - Novel

Dead Heat - Dick with Felix Francis - Novel

Kaspian Lost - Richard Grant - Novel

The Undercover Economist - Tim Harford - Non Fiction

Ill Met by Moonlight - Sarah A. Hoyt - Novel

Finn Family Moomintroll & Comet in Moominland - Tove Jansson - Children's

The Dying Process - Patients' Experiences of Palliative Care - Julia Lawton - Non Fiction

Magic for Beginners - Kelly Link - Shorts

Beechcombings - Richard Mabey - Non Fiction

River of Gods - Ian McDonald - Novel

Unshrink - Max & Philip McKeown & Whiteley - Non Fiction

Diana Wynne Jones: Children's Literature and the Fantastic Tradition - Farah Mendlesohn - Non Fiction

Waters Luminous and Deep - Meredith Ann Pierce - Shorts

The Stone Dance of the Chameleon (trilogy) - Ricardo Pinto - Novel

Nation - Terry Pratchett - Novel

Going to a Concert - Lionel Salter - Non Fiction

Anathem - Neal Stephenson - Novel

More Than Human - Theodore Sturgeon - Novel

Farthing, Ha'penny and Half-a-Crown (trilogy) - Jo Walton - Novel

Lifelode  - Jo Walton - Novel

This Age We're Living In - David Wilson - Novel

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davidwake
27th Jan, 2010 17:07 (UTC)
This is one every week nearly! I'm very impressed.

I've read, er... 3 or 4, but I have written 1.5.
coth
27th Jan, 2010 17:27 (UTC)
I used to read 100-120 books a year until M was about two, then it dropped to about 30 for several years, so 41 is recovering somewhat. I'm pleased especially by the fact that several of those were hefty, serious books of a kind I haven't read in years: Brunner, Bryson, Chabon, Cherryh, Stephenson and the three books of the Pinto trilogy all weighed in around 700 pages. It would have been more in a year when I was not in paid work, but I seem to have spent "spare" time writing rather than reading: I didn't write any books but I wrote a lot of LJ entries, and LoCs and fanzine articles.

Meanwhile there are some people on LJ who manage to read several books a week!
davidwake
27th Jan, 2010 17:53 (UTC)
Yes, but do they appreciate all their subtleties and can they actually remember more than just the title?
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