Half Year Book List

So, it’s June again, time for the reading list update. I’ve been introduced to a lot of cool authors lately – you may want to check some of them out. The Easton and Aaronovitch books are my latest finds, but stay away from Brannon – not a fan of the story or the writing. If I hadn’t picked it up for free, I would be really ticked.


Here’s the list:

A Hard Day’s Knight – Simon R. Green
The Slow Burn Revolution – Michael R. Eades, Mary Dan Eades, Fredrick Hahn
Harbingers – F. Paul Wilson
Winds of Change – Jason Brannon
The Bride Wore Black Leather – Simon R. Green
A Fistful of Charms – Kim Harrison
Bloodline – F. Paul Wilson
Midnight Riot – Ben Aaronovitch
Eaters – Michelle DePaepe
Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter – Brian P. Easton
For a Few Demons More – Kim Harrison
The Last Mailman: Neither Rain, Nor Sleet, Nor Zombies – Kevin Burke
By the Sword – F. Paul Wilson
Moon Over Soho – Ben Aaronovitch
The Outlaw Demon Wails – Kim Harrison
The Stand – Stephen King (reread)
Whispers Under Ground – Ben Aaronovitch
Heart of Scars – Brian P. Easton
Ground Zero – F. Paul Wilson
White Witch, Black Curse – Kim Harrison
Fatal Error – F. Paul Wilson
The Tommyknockers – Stephen King (reread)
Dead Ever After – Charlaine Harris
Black Magic Sanction – Kim Harrison
The Dark at the End – F. Paul Wilson
NOS4A2 – Joe Hill
Pale Demon – Kim Harrison

What are you reading?

One thought on “Half Year Book List

  1. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking-Susan Cain
    Do You Believe in Magic? The Sense and Nonsense of Alternative Medicine-Paul A. Offit, M.D.
    Thinking, Fast and Slow-Daniel Kahneman
    Why Everyone (else) is a Hypocrite: Evolution and the Modular Mind-Robert Kurzban
    Girl Sleuth: Nancy Drew and the Women Who Created Her-Melanie Rehak
    Black Hawk Down: A Story of Modern War-Mark Bowden (re-read)

    For a book club I participate in sporadically:

    The Help-Kathryn Stockett
    Girl Gone-Gillian Flynn (didn’t finish it)
    Hope: A Tragedy-Shalom Auslander
    Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight-Alexandra Fuller
    The Day the Falls Stood Still-Cathy Marie Buchanan

    For some reason I’ve been on an anti-fiction kick the past few years and simultaneously have been reading significantly fewer books than I used to, but am currently reading a mystery paperback, The Drop by Michael Connelly, that was given to me.

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