Saturday, February 01, 2014

Read in January

I started up another stretch of Book-A-Day this month -- starting at the beginning of a year, the way these things are supposed to work -- so there will be links for nearly everything below, if anyone cares.

Bill Bryson, One Summer: America, 1927 (1/7)

Chris Schweizer, Crogan's Loyalty (1/7)

Rick Geary, The Elwell Enigma (1/8)

Rick Geary, Digital Murder (PDF, 1/8)

Neil Gaiman, The Ocean at the End of the Lane (1/9)

Jason, Lost Cat (1/9)

Darrell Huff, How to Lie With Statistics (1/20)

Frederik Peeters & Pierre Oscar Levy, Sand Castle (1/13)

Eteienne Davodeau, The Initiates (1/14)

Vanessa Davis, Make Me a Woman (1/14)

Kyoko Okazaki, Pink (1/15)

Lawrence Block, The Burglar Who Counted the Spoons (1/15)

Darryl Cunningham, How to Fake a Moon Landing (1/17)

Julian Barnes, Levels of Life (1/20)

Allie Brosh, Hyperbole and a Half (1/21)

Satoshi Kon, Tropic of the Sea (1/22)

Fred Chao, Johnny Hiro: The Skills to Pay the Bills (1/23)

Jim Korkis, The Revised Vault of Walt (1/23)

Prudence Shen & Faith Erin Hicks, Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong (1/24)

Paul Tobin & Colleen Coover, Bandette, Vol. 1: Presto! (1/24)

Gisele Lagace & David Lumsdon, Menage a 3, Vol. 1 (1/26)

Kyoko Okazaki, Helter Skelter (1/27)

Tony Cliff, Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant (1/28)

Satoko Kiyuduki, Shoulder-a-Coffin Kuro, Vol. 1 (1/29)

Shiwo Komeyama, Blood Cross, Vol. 1 (1/30)

Ivan Brunetti, Aesthetics: A Memoir (1/31)

Coming up next month: more of the same, as Book-a-Day rumbles forward and continues to empty my shelves of comics and other short books (interspersed with longer stuff, like the 650-page fantasy epic I'm in the middle of right now).

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