Books of 2010

I’m a reading person, which makes me better than you (look in your heart, you know it to be true).

Anyway, I thought it might be fun to list all the books that I read in 2010 as a fond look back at the stories that were. I started this post a couple of months ago and I’m just finishing it up now.

I was too busy reading.

See what I did there?

Last year’s reading list was greatly impacted by my participation in the fabulous geeky podcast The Incomparable (I even listen to the episodes that I am not in.. that’s high praise from a self proclaimed egomaniac).

Here’s the list:

2 responses to “Books of 2010”

  1. That all depends on what kind of books you like to read. My favorite of that bunch has got to be the Dream of Perpetual Motion… but that’s a book that folks will either really dig or really not dig.
    The one with the broadest appeal (and which I enjoyed as well) are probably The City & The City and The Windup Girl. Sadly, I didn’t get either of those via Amazon (well I bought The City & The City on Amazon but as a physical book).
    My other favorite is Speaks the Nightbird… which is a mystery set in Colonial America (and it is super long… but lots of fun to read). That one is probably available in your local library (which is where I got my copy!).

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