Discussion in 'Community' started by Chancellor_Ewok, Jun 19, 2009.
Just picked these two up today; almost finished with the first one.
Too many to list. I made the pilgrimage to Forbidden Planet today. It was expensive. After that I went to the huge Waterstones at Picadilly Circus. Not quite as expensive but I'm not buying any more books this week.
Daughter of the Ancients, Carol Berg.
Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman
(A collection of 24 short stories.)
Star Wars KOTOR comic Omnibus vol. 3.
The Astronaut Wives Club
Use of Weapons
The State of the Art
The Dirty Streets Of Heaven by Tad Williams
Picked up Kathy Reich's Bones of the Lost at the supermarket for half price this morning.
The Way Of Shadows by Brent Weeks
Two books on military history:
All the king's men by Saul David and The challenge: Britain against America in the Naval war of 1812 by Andrew Lambert.
1848 1st edition...
Listen! The Wind, by Ann Morrow Lindbergh. What a beautiful writer she was.
D&D 5th edition Player's Handbook.
Pathfinder Tales Reign of Stars, Tim Pratt
The Ripper Affair, Lilith Saintcrow
NYPD Red 2 by James Patterson. Supermarket had it for 1/2 price this morning.
Sleeping Late on Judgement Day, Tad Williams.
Roosevelt: The Lion and the Fox
I just started reading California by Edan Lepucki, which is about a couple living in the wilderness after the collapse of society. I bought it as a distraction in between reading The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin by Masha Gessen, which is just a tad on the heavy side. Both quite good so far, although I doubt you can ever have a truly unbiased or completely factual book about Putin.
Flicked through that in a bookshop in Kingston's (Jamaica) Sangster Airport.
My last purchase, Killing Ground by Lee Child. First book in the Jack Reacher omnibus.
A New Dawn.
I told myself I'd only buy Sw comics but....pretty
The Iron King by Maurice Druon
The Once and Future King by TH White
Cosmos by Carl Sagan
Columbus: The Four Voyages by Lawrence Bergreen
Eisenhower in War and Peace by Jean Edward Smith
Conan the Champion and Conan the Bold by John Maddox Roberts and Conan the Defiant by Steve Perry.
Gin Glorious Gin by Olivia Williams. It's basically a history of London and gin.
Retribution Falls by Chris Wooding, this is my first steampunk book.