Reading List

Currently Reading:

1. Dune
by Frank Herbert

2. (REREAD) Hyperion
by Dan Simmons
I didn't mean to start re-reading Hyperion again, but the Priest's Tale is so good it just sucked me right in to the story again.

5. The Time of Contempt
by Andrzej Sapkowski

6. (REREAD) Anna Karenina
by Leo Tolstoy (P&V)
Can't find a link to this specific translation.


1. Age of Discovery
by Ian Golden and Chris Kutarna

2. Peace
by Gene Wolfe

3. The Social Conquest of Earth
by Edward O. Wilson

5. Cancer as a Metabolic Disease
by Thomas Seyfried

6. The Righteous Mind
by Jonathan Haidt

7. Against a Dark Background
by Iain M. Banks

Read in 2017:

Not including Kindle samples, or partly finished books

2. The Last Wish
by Andrzej Sapkowski

3. Sword of Destiny
by Andrzej Sapkowski

4. Blood of Elves
by Andrzej Sapkowski

Read in 2016:

Not including Kindle samples, or partly finished books

1. The Paris Review Interviews, I
by The Paris Review (Author), Philip Gourevitch (Introduction)

3. The Fifth Head of Cerberus: Three Novellas
by Gene Wolfe
Requires a re-read to fully appreciate.

4. Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth
by R. Buckminster Fuller

5. The Futurological Congress: From the Memoirs of Ijon Tichy
by Stanislaw Lem
Quite simply one of the funniest books I've ever read.

6. Mortal Engines
by Stansilaw Lem

7. Star Diaries
by Stanislaw Lem

8. On Intelligence
by Jeff Hawkins

14. The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics
by Nicholas J. Higham and Mark R. Dennis

18. The First Tycoon
by T.J. Stiles

23. The Trial of Henry Kissinger
by Christopher Hitchens

24. Rendezvous with Rama
by Arthur C. Clarke

26. Seveneves
by Neal Stephenson

27. The Girl With All The Gifts
by M. R. Carey

29. Three Moments of An Explosion
by China Mieville

30. Beyond the Aquila Rift
by Alastair Reynolds

31. The Three Body Problem
by Cixin Liu

32. (REREAD) Hyperion
by Dan Simmons

34. Altered Carbon
by Richard Morgan

35. Abyss Beyond Dreams
by Peter F. Hamilton

36. Solaris
by Stanislaw Lem

37. The Inevitable
by Kevin Kelly

39. House of Suns
by Alastair Reynolds

40. (REREAD) The Big Sleep
by Raymond Chandler

41. The Defense of Gallipoli: A General Staff Study
by George S. Patton Jr
Doesn't appear to be available on Amazon any more.

43. What Technology Wants
by Kevin Kelly

44. Hydrogen Sonata
by Iain M. Banks

45. (REREAD) Revelation Space
by Alastair Reynolds

47. Superintelligence
by Nick Bostrom

48. Lying
by Sam Harris

49. Tools of Titans
by Tim Feriss

50. Hitch-22: A Memoir (AUDIOBOOK)
by Christopher Hitchens

51. Foundation (AUDIOBOOK)
by Isaac Asimov

53. Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Cookery Course
by Gordon Ramsay
Made a lot of recipes from this book. I just think Ramsay is a cut above the rest.

54. Gordon Ramsay's Great British Pub Food
by Gordon Ramsay
Good winter recipes, but the eBook was ruined by extremely poor formatting.

55. Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Home Cooking
by Gordon Ramsay
One of the best recipe books out there.

56. River Cottage Light & Easy: Healthy Recipes for Every Day
by Hugh Fearnly-Whitingstall
Very simple recipes that often blow people away.