Friday Reads 2017 #1

My goals for the first 2 weeks of January included 4 books (I didn't make that) and my goal for the month was 8.

And I’ve managed to get close (if you count the fact that I’m in the middle of book 6 and should be done with it tomorrow).

Let’s talk about what I’ve read, shall we?

Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie - It has taken me far too long to read this book, and I hope to blow through the rest of the Marple books, when my schedule allows.

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep Vo. 1&2- The graphic novel version of this book is lovely. I'm really excited to finish the rest of it.

NOFX: The Hepatitis Bathtub and Other Stories - One of my reading plans this year is to read at least 5 memoirs/biographies and I figured, why not start off with one that would have me wincing and questioning another person’s life choices? Note: I married a punk rock kid, and while I like the music, I never would have survived the scene

Death by Black Hole: And Other Cosmic Quandaries by Neil Degrasse Tyson - Slow going, because I've got my highlighter out and I'm sneaking it in here and there between fiction, this book is a lovely look at our universe. I may be in the middle of it still, but it is a lovely piece of non-fiction.

I'm in the middle of:

Heir to Empire by Timothy Zahn - I do not even know how long I’ve owned this trilogy without having read them. Pretty sure the actual answer would fall into the “embarrassing” realm. But it’s classic Star Wars EU, and it was recommended by a friend whose taste is impeccable.


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