Reading

Since getting a smartphone, I’ve done a lot more reading than I had in the past. Also, joining an awesome book club with some friends in early 2011 didn’t hurt, either. We’re going through all Hugo Award-winning novels.

Here are all the books I’ve read (mostly on the Kindle Android app) since December 2010.

Mechanique: A Tale of the Circus Tresaulti (Currently reading)
-Genevieve Valentine

Vortex
-Robert Charles Wilson

The Demolished Man
-Alfred Bester

Axis
-Robert Charles Wilson

Reamde
-Neal Stephenson

Anathem. (second readthrough)
-Neal Stephenson

The Diamond Age. (second readthrough)
-Neal Stephenson

Embassytown
-China Mieville

Spin
-Robert Charles Wilson

Use of Weapons
-Iain M. Banks

The Dervish House
-Ian McDonald

A Fire Upon The Deep
-Vernor Vinge

The City & The City
-China Mieville

Stories of Your Life and Others
-Ted Chiang

The Lifecycle of Software Objects (From this link, actually, on my phone’s internet browser, if you can believe it.)
-Ted Chiang

Sandworms of Dune
-Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson

The Left Hand of Darkness
-Ursula Le Guin

The Fall of Hyperion
-Dan Simmons

Hyperion
-Dan Simmons

Super Sad True Love Story: A Novel
-Gary Shteyngart

Atlas Shrugged
-Ayn Rand

Hunters of Dune
-Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson

Chapterhouse: Dune
-Frank Herbert

Rant: The Oral Biography of Buster Casey
-Chuck Palahniuk

Snow Crash
-Neal Stephenson

Cryptonomicon
-Neal Stephenson