Book list update

I’ve been dreading this for a while, because I lost track of my reading list for three months running. On top of that, my spreadsheet got corrupted somehow. Undoubtedly, I’m going to forget some stuff. Which is fine, because I’m still on track to easily hit my goal of 60 books in 2012 regardless of the fact that I’m in school. Next year, I’ll shoot higher.

I should take a look at the other goals. Some of them need to be modified to account for recent changes.

Catching Fire, Sue Collins
Crime and Punishment, Fyodor Dostoevsky
Married Man Sex Life Primer, Athol Kay
Mockingjay, Sue Collins
Spanish, Wikibook
Pastwatch, Orson Scott Card
The Bible as the Root of Western Literature, Adam Potkay
Discrete Mathematics (Part 1), Arthur Benjamin
Bone, Jeff Smith
LMMS User Manual, Pseudonymous
Science of Stand-Up, Alex Avestruz
Swan Lake, Mark Helprin
A City in Winter, Mark Helprin
The Veil of Snows, Mark Helprin
Symbolic Logic, Wikibook
Trucking Truth,
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
Basic Practice of Statistics
The Manga Guide to Statistics
The Essential Guide to Matlab
TuxGuitar User Manual
Empires Before Alexander Volume III, Robert Dise
Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck
Travels with Charley, John Steinbeck
Empire, Orson Scott Card
Hidden Empire, Orson Scott Card
The Horse and His Boy, C.S. Lewis
The Hobbit, J.R.R Tolkien
Liars and Outliers, Bruce Schneier
Phaedo, Plato
Meno, Plato
Ion, Plato
Euthyphro, Plato
The Apology of Socrates, Plato
The Prince, Niccolo Machiavelli
Theory and History, Ludwig von Mises
The Science of Evil, Simon Baron-Cohen
The Psychopath Test,
10 1/2 Things No Commencement Speaker Has Ever Said, Charles Wheelan
The Moral Intelligence of Children
Seven Tips to Avoid Procrastination
The Sign Language Handbook
Blink (Added 23.9.2012)

I’ll keep adding books as I remember them.

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2 Responses to Book list update

  1. zeke says:

    How did you enjoy Dostoevsky? Think you’ll read more by him?

    And do you have one of my Helprin books? I can only find 2 of 3.

    • aeolipera says:

      I have all three, or so I thought.

      I’ve mentioned this before in passing: Dostoevsky is enjoyable in reflection and kind of a slog in the moment. This may reflect an immaturity on my part; a person who can understand nuance more quickly possibly will have a better time of it.

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