Friday, December 30, 2005

book list

Here's the list of the books we've gotten so far. There's a good number of non-fiction books, and I wish I could get more histories. Our spec fic haul is pretty satisfying (the Link, the Mitchell and the Borges alone are enough to make me smile) and Tatar's annotated volume is simply wonderful. And at last I was able to pick up a couple of F&SF and Asimov's magazines.

100 Years of Comic Strips - Bill Blackbeard, ed.
2107 Curious Word Origins, Sayings & Expressions - Charles Earle Funk
A History of the Middle Ages - Joseph Dahmus
A History of Violence - John Wagner & Vince Locke
Battle Royale - Koushun Takami (at last, the novel translated from the Japanese)
Changer of Days - Alma Alexander
Cloud Atlas - David Mitchell
Devil in the White City - Erik Larsen
Dragon's Treasure - Elizabeth Lynn
Fire Logic - Laurie Marks
Gardens of the Moon - Stephen Erikson
Last Call - Tim Powers
Latitude Zero: Tales of the Equator - Gianni Guadalupi & Anthony Shugaar
Magic for Beginners - Kelly Link
Restaurant Confidential - Michael Jacobson
Tales from the Vulgar Unicorn - Robert Asprin, ed.
The Annotated Classic Fairy Tales - Maria Tatar
The Best American Short Stories 2005 - Michael Chabon, ed.
The Book of Imaginary Beings - Jorge Luis Borges
The Briar King - Greg Keyes
The Charnel Prince - Greg Keyes
The Courtesan - Susan Caroll
The Essential Calvin & Hobbes - Bill Watterson
The Etched City - KJ Bishop
The Family Trade - Charles Stross
The Handy History Answer Book - Rebecca Nelson
The Hidden Queen - Alma Alexander
The History of Murder - Colin Wilson
The Lost Chronicles - Mark Vaz
The Mad Bathroom Companion: The Motherload - Nick Meglin, ed.
The Mammoth Book of New Horror - Stephen Jones, ed.
The New Book of Lists - David Wallechinsky, ed.
The Rabbi's Cat - Joann Sfar
The Simpsons: Barn Burners - Various
The Stories of English - David Crystal
The Wee Free Men - Terry Pratchett
The Year's Best Science Fiction 22nd Annual Colleciton - Gardner Dozois, ed.
Thieves World - Robert Asprin, ed.
Thieves World: Turning Point - Lynn Abbey, ed.
Under the Black Flag - David Cordingly
Villains Victorious - Martin Greenberg, ed.
World Mythology - William Doty, ed.


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