2006 in books

I started out not having much time to read, but then changed jobs at the end of March and had 2 hours to read on my commute each way. Then I changed jobs again in November and went back to having very little time to read.

There were also more false starts; books I started reading, but wasn’t interested enough to finish. I didn’t list them, because I haven’t finished them. As a result I didn’t read as many as in 2005. Better work on that for 2007.

So here they are, listed mostly in order:

  1. Shadow of the Giant, by Orson Scott Card

  2. Angels and Demons, by Dan Brown (audio)

  3. The Da Vinci Code, by Dan Brown (audio)

  4. Going Harvey in the Big House, by Douglas Smith

  5. Serenity: Those Left Behind, by Joss Whedon (graphic novel)

  6. Debt of Honor, by Tom Clancy (audio)

  7. The Truth with Jokes, by Al Franken (audio)

  8. Without Remorse, by Tom Clancy (audio)

  9. The Seventh Scroll, by Wilbur Smith (audio)

  10. Anansi Boys, by Neil Gaiman

  11. Seventh Son, by Orson Scott Card

  12. Mythspring, by Julie Czerneda and Genevieve Kierans eds.

  13. The Dark Tower, Book 2: The Drawing of the Three, by Stephen King

  14. Radiant, by James Alan Gardner

  15. Bitten, by Kelley Armstrong

  16. Elric of Melniboné, by Michael Moorcock

  17. Serpent Among the Ruin, by David R. George III

  18. Species Imperative: Regeneration, by Julie Czerneda

  19. JPOD, by Douglas Coupland

  20. Burndive, by Karin Lowachee

  21. Nightfall, by Isaac Asimov and Robert Silverberg

  22. A Small Remarkable Life, by Nick DiChario

  23. Old Man’s War, by John Scalzi

  24. The Eyre Affair, by Jasper Fforde

  25. The Darkness That Comes Before, by R. Scott Bakker

  26. The Black Company, by Glen Cook

  27. The Chrysalids, by John Wyndham

  28. His Majesty’s Dragon, by Naomi Novik

6 thoughts on “2006 in books”

  1. 2006 in books

    > Serpents Among the Ruins, by David R. George III

    It’s always nice to be read!


  2. I must admit, I think that the best thing that I said all convention had to be my ever-so-threatening, “You win this time, Ladouceur,” at the Urban Fantasy panel. And I said it into a microphone, no less. *g*

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