Books of 2019

I got sloppy with my book tracking this year, and completely stopped marking what I read on Goodreads part way through the year, hence no full list of what I read.

The high points of the books read however have to be the Expanse series (Babylon’s Ashes and Persepolis Rising were read this year). This series just keeps getting better, larger stakes, more problems. Looking forward to the final book.

Another series that I read that I’ve been thoroughly enjoying is the Starship Mage series. Last year saw the publication of “Sword of Mars“, where we find some answers, get a few massive battles and a really tense cliffhanger. Hope the next book comes out soon.

And the last book that I want to call attention to is “All those Explosions were Someone Else’s Fault“, which is a hilarious and interesting take on the superhero/supervillian genre. I highly recommend it.

I will try and do a better job this year of tracking my reading. My goal is again 75 books in a year, and I’m somewhat confident that I can make that number.

1 Comment

  1. Kevin Kline

    If you haven’t yet, you should add The Fifth Season series by JK Nemisin. It might be the best sci-fi I’ve ever read. Srsl!

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