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we are ugly, but we have the music.

What I read in 2013...

1) Caitlin Kittredge, Bone Gods
2) Donna Andrews, Swan for the Money
3) Cleo Coyle, The Decaffeinated Corpse
4) Jon Armstrong, Yarn
5) Barbara Neely, Blanche Passes Go
6) Kathryn Stockett, The Help
7) Gina Robinson, The Spy Who Left Me
8) Wesley Chu, The Lives of Tao
9) Jack Dann & Gardner Dozois, Unicorns
10) Harry Connolly, King Khan
11) Tanya Huff, Smoke and Shadows
12) Scott Lynch, The Republic of Thieves
13) Michael Moss, Salt Sugar Fat
14) Gerry Alanguilan, Elmer
15) Steven Brust and Skyler White, The Incrementalists
16) Patricia Briggs, Dragon Blood
17) Pamela Dean, The Hidden Land
18) Pamela Dean, The Whim of the Dragon
19) Paul Cornell, London Falling
20) Seanan McGuire, Midnight Blue-Light Special
21) C. E. Murphy, Urban Shaman
22) William S. Burroughs, Junky
23) Robin McKinley, Dragonhaven
24) Tamora Pierce, Mastiff
25) Jane Langton, The Transcendental Murder
26) Daniel Silva, The Defector
27) Donna Andrews, Murder with Puffins
28) Neil Gaiman, Anansi Boys
29) Ian Tregillis, Necessary Evil
30) Donna Andrews, Crouching Buzzard, Leaping Loon
31) Lawrence Block, The Girl with the Long Green Heart
32) Audrey Niffenegger, The Time Traveler's Wife
33) Jane Langton, Dark Nantucket Noon
34) Joe Hill, NOS4A2
35) Neal Stephenson, Snow Crash
36) Donna Andrews, We'll Always Have Parrots
37) Max Gladstone, Three Parts Dead
38) Laura Anderson, The Boleyn King
39) Richard Kadrey, Sandman Slim
40) Krista Scott-Dixon, Fuck Calories
41) James S.A.Corey, Leviathan Wakes
42) Alaya Dawn Johnson, The Summer Prince
43) Dan Simmons, Hyperion
44) Steven Brust, Cowboy Feng's Space Bar and Grill
45) Barbara Hambly, Good Man Friday
46) Merrie Haskell, Handbook for Dragon Slayers
47) David Gemmell, Legend
48) Jonathan Strahan (ed.), Fearsome Journeys
49) Karen Lord, Best of All Possible Worlds
50) Kate Wilhelm, No Defense
51) Algis Budrys, Benchmarks: Galaxy Bookshelf
52) Larry Marder, Tales of the Beanworld
53) Warren Ellis, Crooked Little Vein
54) Cassandra Rose Clarke, The Mad Scientist's Daughter
55) Walter Mosley, The Man in my Basement
56) Robert Jackson Bennett, American Elsewhere
57) Joe Abercrombie, Best Served Cold
58) Mindy Klasky, A Girl's Guide to Witchcraft
59) Elizabeth Bear, Steles of the Sky
60) Donna Andrews, No Nest For The Wicket
61) Martin Cruz Smith, Stalin's Ghost
62) Ernest Cline, Ready Player One
63) Matthew Woodring Stover, Heroes Die
64) Jim C Hines, Codex Born
65) Thomas W. Lippman, Understanding Islam
66) Thornton Wilder, The Skin of Our Teeth
67) Ted Haigh, Vintage Cocktails and Forgotten Spirits
68) Toe EnJoe, Self-Reference ENGINE
69) Donna Andrews, The Penguin Who Knew Too Much
70) Sean Stewart, Galveston
71) David Stuart Davies, Bending the Willow: Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes
72) Cleo Coyle, French Pressed
73) Ann Leckie, Ancillary Justice
74) Greer Gilman, Cry Murder in a Small Voice
75) Brian Clevinger, Atomic Robo and the Fightin' Scientists of Tesladyne
76) Donna Andrews, Cockatiels at Seven
77) Donna Andrew, Six Geese A-Slayin'
78) Max Gladstone, Two Serpents Rise
79) Ben H. Winters, The Last Policeman
80) Lyndsay Faye, Gods of Gotham
81) Ben H. Winters, Countdown City
82) Toni Morrison, Song of Solomon
83) Jodi Meadows, Asunder
84) Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead Vol. 1
85) Susan Klaus, Secretariat Reborn
86) Laura Hillenbrand, Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption
87) Maurice Broaddus, King Maker
88) Jon Klassen, I Want My Hat Back
89) Roger W. Moss, Victorian Exterior Decoration: How to Paint Your Nineteenth-Century American House Historically
90) Art T. Burton, Black Gun, Silver Star: The Life and Legend of Frontier Marshal Bass Reeves
91) William T. Cox, Fearsome Creatures of the Lumberwoods: With a Few Desert and Mountain Beasts
92) Lyndsay Faye, Seven for a Secret
93) Diana Gabaldon, Outlander
94) Jack Skillingstead, Life on the Preservation
95) Libby McGugan, The Eidolon
96) Ramez Naam, Crux
97) M.F.K. Fisher, How to Cook a Wolf
98) Michael Rutter, Upstairs Girls: Prostitution in the American West
99) Jill Jonnes, Empires of Light: Edison, Tesla, Westinghouse, and the race to electrify the world
100) Madeline Ashby, iD
101) Anne Charnock, A Calculated Life
102) Ursula Vernon, Digger Omnibus
103) Val McDermid, Fever of the Bone
104) Holly Black, The Coldest Girl in Coldtown
105) Val McDermid, The Retribution
106) Martin Cruz Smith, Tatiana
107) A.S. Byatt: Ragnarok: The End of the Gods
108) Lauren Beukes, The Shining Girls
109) Lyndsay Faye, Dust and Shadow: An Account of the Ripper Killings by Dr. John H. Watson
110) Ian Tregillis, Something More than Night
111) Carla Speed McNeil, Finder: Sin-Eater, Volume One

Comments

Finder! ♥
Not my thing at all, it turns out.
Ah well!
Wow! What a lot of very good books!
Many of them! And several absolutely terrible ones, I'm afraid. *g*
And that's why I don't post my list of books read: Because not only do I often continue reading absolutely terrible books after I discover they're absolutely terrible, I sometimes go into them knowing beforehand that they're absolutely terrible and enjoy them anyway. I am, as my wife often says, easily amused.
It's not Steve's best work, but it's better than many people's best work.
And what did you think of Finder (#111) One of my favourite and I think most underrated piece of SF in ANY format.
Not my thing at all.