Books Read: September 2013

I’ve racked up a decent number of books read this month, with a definite move away from the science fiction heavy reading of the last few months. A few of the books on this month’s list are ones I’ve read before, but for the most part they’ve either been recommended to me by friends or have been recommended by Amazon based on my purchasing history and I’m pleased to say that I’ve thoroughly enjoyed every single one of them. So without further ado, here’s my reading round-up for the month of September, 2013.

The Buddha of Suburbia; Hanif Kureishi (1990)
White Tiger; Aravind Adiga (2008)
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas; Hunter S. Thompson (1971)
Life of Pi; Yann Martel (2001)
Hard-Boiled Wonderland And The End Of The World; Haruki Murakami (1985)
The Secret Diaries Of Miss Anne Lister; Anne Lister (1816-24), ed. Helena Whitbread (2010)
Who Goes There; John W. Campbell (1948)
Glass Houses; Laura J. Mixon (1991)
The Book of Human Skin; Michelle Lovric (2011)
The Etymologicon; Mark Forsyth (2011)
The Horologicon; Mark Forsyth (2012)
The Man Who Sold The Moon/Orphans Of The Sky; Robert A. Heinlein (1950/1963)

My reading list for October includes more of the same, as well as maybe some history (for fun, rather than for research purposes) but as before, if you want to suggest any books for future consideration you can do so by leaving a comment below or by e-mailing me directly through the Contact page.

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