Books Read in 2018

^ indicates borrowed books
# indicates audiobooks

  1. In the Labyrinth of Drakes: A Memoir of Lady Trent. Marie Brennan. ^#
  2. Sand. Hugh Howey.
  3. Haphazard by Starlight: A Poem a Day from Advent to Epiphany. Janet Morley.
  4. Within the Sanctuary of Wings: A Memoir of Lady Trent. Marie Brennan. ^#
  5. All the Crooked Saints. Maggie Stiefvater.
  6. Throne of Glass. Sarah J. Maas. (DNF)
  7. The Martian. Andy Weir. #
  8. The Merchant of Venice. William Shakespeare. ^
  9. The Handmaid’s Tale. Margaret Atwood. #
  10. Neverwhere. Neil Gaiman. ^#
  11. Frankenstein. Mary Shelley.
  12. Feed. M. T. Anderson.
  13. A Midsummer’s Night Dream. William Shakespeare. ^
  14. Uncharted Territory. Connie Willis. ^
  15. The Importance of Being Earnest. Oscar Wilde. #
  16. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Robert Louis Stevenson.
  17. The Gospels and Acts. #
  18. Heart of Darkness. Joseph Conrad. ^#
  19. The Jungle Book. Rudyard Kipling. #
  20. Good Omens. Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. ^#
  21. Alanna: The First Adventure. Tamora Pierce. ^#
  22. In the Hand of the Goddess. Tamora Pierce. ^#
  23. The Woman Who Rides Like a Man. Tamora Pierce. ^#
  24. Lioness Rampant. Tamora Pierce. ^#
  25. The Prestige. Christopher Priest. ^#
  26. State of Wonder. Ann Patchett. ^#
  27. Life of Pi. Yann Martel. ^#
  28. Foreigner. C. J. Cherryh. ^
  29. Od Magic. Patricia A. McKillip. ^#
  30. Eaters of the Dead. Michael Crichton. ^
  31. Early Riser. Jasper Fforde. ^
  32. Till We Have Faces. C. S. Lewis. #
  33. Brother, I’m Dying. Edwidge Danticat. #
  34. Train to Agra. Vandana Khanna. ^
  35. Afternoon Masala. Vandana Khanna. ^
  36. The Kitchen-Dweller’s Testimony. Ladan Osman. ^
  37. Salt. Nayyirah Waheed. ^
  38. Nejma. Nayyirah Waheed. ^
  39. CodeName Verity. Elizabeth Wein. #
  40. Kindred. Octavia Butler.
  41. Station Eleven. Emily St. John. #
  42. Exit West. Mohsin Hamid. #
  43. Stories of Your Life and Others. Ted Chiang.

…not to mention thousands pages of student writing and articles relating to news, library science, literature, and sundry topics that caught my fancy over the year…

…and listening to hundreds of hours of podcasts, notably: The Geek Pantheon’s Eberron Renewed, BBC Radio 4’s World at One, BBC Radio 4’s PM, BBC’s Intrigue: The Ratline, PRI’s The World, and A Way with Words.

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