Catherine Dalek (cathydalek) wrote,
Catherine Dalek

reading this year


73. My Life as a White Trash Zombie by Diana Rowland

74. Steel by Carrie Vaughn

75. Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean by Edward Kritzler

76. Hereville: How Mirka Got her Sword by Barry Deutsch

77. Fantasy & Science Fiction July/August 2011

78. Fantasy & Science Fiction March/April 2011

79. Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine August 2010

80. Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine August 2011

81. Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine June 2010

82. Ellery Queen's Mysery Magazine July 2010


83. Will Supervillains be on the Final? by Naomi Novik

84. Discord's Apple by Carrie Vaughn

85. Eclipse 4 ed. by Jonathan Strahan

86. Camouflage by Bill Pronzini

87. Phoenix Rising: A ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel by Tee Morris and Pip Ballantine

88. Damned Busters by Matthew Hughes

I'm sure I read more than 6 books in September, but maybe not. I was mostly preoccupied with getting ready for Capclave. Kritzler's book was a very interesting book about Jews, colonization, pirates and privateers. The title is a bit misleading in that the Jews mostly seemed to be financial backers of privateers or were privateers rather than pirates, although there was a fairly major Barbery Coast pirate who was a Moroccan Jew. It made a nice paired reading with Carrie Vaughn's Steel. Phoeniz Rising was a fun read and basically like a steampunk version of The Avengers. Will Supervillains be on the Final is the first volume of a charming manga by Naomi Novick and I'm definitely going to have to follow the series. Hereville was also a fun graphic novel, but very Jewish. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but all the Yiddish might have a bit of a distancing effect on gentiles. Vol. 4 of Eclipse was a great collection of short stories, but I'm not a fan of the cover art.
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