Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Books Read in September

This was one crappy month for reading. Autumn has arrived in PA. The weather is cold, damp, and miserable: perfect for reading. A hot cup of coffee, a soft chair next to the radiator, and I'm back in business.

-Fables 4: March of the Wooden Soldiers, Bill Willingham, graphic novel
-Druss the Legend, David Gemmell, heroic fantasy novel, 334 pages
-Fables 5: The Mean Seasons, Bill Willingham, graphic novel
-Fables 6: Homelands, Bill Willingham, graphic novel
-Shame and Necessity, Bernard Williams, classical studies, philosophy, essays, 164 pages
-Frontier Wolf, Rosemary Sutcliff, YA historical novel, 254 pages
-Odd and the Frost Giants, Neil Gaiman, children's fantasy novel, 117 pages
-The Ladies of Grace Adieu, Susanna Clarke, fantasy short story collection, 235 pages
-Fables 7: Arabian Nights (and Days), Bill Willingham, graphic novel

Best fiction: Frontier Wolf
Best Comic/Graphic Novel: Fables 6. I will finish the series this month.
Most intriguing read: Shame and Necessity.
Biggest Disappointment: The Ladies of Grace Adieu

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