Book List

I used to read two books a month. Then I didn’t.

I used to write down the books I read. Then, well, I didn’t.

So this is an attempt to keep reading. Public humiliation has to work, right?

2015 (This year, I’m attempting a year of “classics” that I’ve never gotten around to reading, including in high school where I probably should have … but I’m sure I’ll mix in the regular junk, too)

Well, I guess I’d better get back to it …

  • March 10: Lost at Sea, by Bryan Lee O’Malley. ISBN: 978-1-932664-16-4.
  • February 18: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, by Philip K. Dick. ISBN: 978-0-575-07993-9.

 

2014

    • January 2: Junius and Albert’s Adventures in the Confederacy: A Civil War Oddessey, by Peter Carlson. ISBN: 978-1610391542

2013.

      • December 22: Joyland, by Stephen King. ISBN: 1781162646
      • December 13: Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong, by Prudence Shen & Faith Erin Hicks. ISBN: 978-1-59643-659-6.
      • November 3: 11/22/63, by Stephen King. ISBN: 1451627297.
      • October 16: The Death Ray by Daniel Clownes. ISBN: 1770460519.
      • September 24: On the Road, by Jack Kerouac. ISBN: 0140042598.
      • August 8: The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald. ISBN: 9780684801520.
      • August 4: Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Three Stories, by Truman Capote. ISBN: 978-0679745655.
      • July 28: Haunted Knight, by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. ISBN: 978-1-56389-273-8.
      • July 25: Dark Victory, by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. ISBN: 978-1-56389-868-6.
      • July 21: Why College Matters to God, by Rock Ostrander. ISBN: 978-0-89112-323-1.
      • July 13: The Best American Sports Writing 2012, edited by Michael Wilbon. ISBN: 978-0-547-33697-8.
      • June 15: The Crossing, by Cormac McCarthy. ISBN: 0394574753.
      • May 16: Justice, by Jim Krueger and Alex Ross. ISBN: 97814012311859.
      • April 30: Outer Dark, by Cormac McCarthy. ISBN: 0679728732.
      • April 14: Batman: Earth One, by Geoff Johns. ISBN: 1401232086
      • April 6: Back to Blood, by Tom Wolfe. ISBN: 978-0316-36325.
      • February 25: An Object of Beauty, by Steve Martin. ISBN: 0446573744.
      • February 12: Incredible Hulk, Vol. 1, by Bruce M. Jones, Brian Azzarello, John Romita Jr., Richard Corben, Lee Weeks. ISBN: 0785110224.
      • February 8: Batman: Hush Returns, by A.J. Lieberman, Al Barrionuevo, and Javier Pina. ISBN: 9-781401-209001.
      • January 26: Superman is Jewish? How Comic-Book Superheroes Came to Serve Truth, Justice, and the Jewish-American Way, by Harry Brod. ISBN: 978-1-4165-9530-4.
      • January 1: Hunting the Dark Knight: Twenty-first Century Batman, by Will Brooker. ISBN: 978-1-84885-280-8.

2012

    • December 22: Batman: Death by Design, by Chip Kidd and Dave Taylor. ISBN: 978-1-4012-345319.
    • December 19: Cardboard, by Doug TenNapel. ISBN: 978-0-545-41872-0.
    • November 28: The Batman Chronicles, Volume 3, by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. ISBN: 978-1-4012-1347-3.
    • November 25: The Information Diet, by Clay Johnson. ISBN: 978-1449304683.
    • November 19: Understanding Comics, by Scott McCloud. ISBN: 006097625x.
    • November 12: My Friend Dahmer, by Derf Backderf. ISBN: 1419702173.
    • September 15: Batman: Year One, by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli. ISBN: 978-1-4012-0752-6.
    • September 10: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, by Frank Miller. ISBN: 1-56389-342-8.
    • September 5: Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Knight, by Travis Langley. ISBN: 978-1-118-16765-6.
    • August 19: Ghostopolis, by Doug TenNapel. ISBN: 0545210283
    • July 26: Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Life, Vol. 1, by Bryan Lee O’Malley. ISBN: 978-1-932664-08-9.
    • July 23: Batman & Son, by Grant Morrison, Andy Kubert and Jesse DelPerdang. ISBN: 978-1-4012-1241-4.
    • July 8: Journalism, by Joe Sacco. ISBN: 978-0805094862
    • July 1: The Batman Chronicles, Vol. 2, by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. ISBN: 978-1401207908.
    • June 26: Lincoln, Inc.: Selling the Sixteenth President in Contemporary America, by Jackie Hogan. ISBN: 978-1-4422-0954-1.
    • June 10: The Road, by Cormac McCarthy. ISBN: 978-0307387899.
    • May 31: Night of the Living Trekkies, by Kevin David Anderson and Sam Stall. ISBN: 978-1-59474-463-1.
    • May 22: The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, by Junot Diazz. ISBN: 978-1-59448-329-5.
    • May 7: Dark Victory, by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. ISBN: 978-56389-868-6.
    • May 2: The Long Halloween, by Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. ISBN: 978-1-56389-5.
    • April 24: Blue Like Jazz, by Donald Miller. ISBN: 0-7862-8843-4.
    • April 11: Goldfinger, by Ian Fleming. ISBN: 978-0-14-200204-9.
    • April 2: The Adventures of Captain Underpants, by Dav Pilkey. ISBN: 0-590-84628-0.
    • March 13: Gotham Central 5: Dead Robin, by Greg Rucka, Ed Brubaker, et al. ISBN: 978-1-4012-1329-9.
    • March 1: Batman: Long Shadows, by Judd Winick, et al. ISBN: 9-781401-227197
    • February 23: 007: Carte Blanche, by Jeffrey Deaver. ISBN: 978-1-4516-2069-6.
    • January 29: Batman Chronicles, Vol. 1, created by Bob Kane. ISBN: 1-4012-0445-7.
    • January 26: The Adventures of Tintin, Vol. 3, by Herge. ISBN: 0-316-35944-0.
    • January 18: The Influencing Machine, by Brooke Gladstone (illustrated by Josh Neufeld). ISBN: 978-0-393-07779-7.
    • January 17: Batman & Robin: Batman Reborn, by Grant Morrison, Frank Quitely, Philip Tan. ISBN: 978-104012-2987-0.
    • January 11: The Strange Case of Origami Yoda, by Tom Angleberger. ISBN: 978-0-8109-8425-7.

7 thoughts on “Book List

  1. Pingback: The Year in Review: Books | The 10-Minute Ramble

    • I’ve heard about that site, but wasn’t sure I wanted to keep up the list on a different site. But I’ve heard good things about it, so I should give it a gander.

      Thanks for checking it out!

    • Poor Oscar. I kept trying to visualize what he looked like.

      I’m thinking of finishing off McCarthy’s Western trilogy this year. I read All the Pretty Horses, but not the other two. Have you?

  2. Recommendations? Well, not a graphic novel but I’m reading at the moment – David Berlinski’s The Devil’s Delusion. Though I haven’t finished it, it’s one of my favorite books. Also recommend James Sire -The Universe Next Door. Should be required reading for…everyone.

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