Saturday, October 01, 2016

Read in September

These are books I read during the month of September 2016, trying to starve off ennui and the specter of inevitable decay and death. They worked reasonably well at that, and may also do so for you.

Charles M. Schulz, The Complete Peanuts, 1950 to 1952 (9/1)

P.G. Wodehouse, Ukridge (9/6)

G. Willow Wilson, Elmo Bondoc, and Takeshi Miyazawa, Ms. Marvel, Vol. 3: Crushed (9/7)

Kazu Kibuishi, editor, Explorer: The Hidden Doors (9/7)

Derf Backderf, Trashed (9/9)

Kazu Kibuishi, Amulet, Book Seven: Firelight (9/12)

Mike Mignola, Richard Pace, Troy Nixey, and Dennis Janke, Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham (9/13)

Simon Pakin, Death by Video Game (9/14)

Stephen Fry, More Fool Me (9/20)

Noelle Stevenson, Nimona (9/21)

Dylan Horrocks, Incomplete Works (9/23)

And that was it for the month of September. A few links are still missing as I post this (on October 22nd, backdated, as always, to the moment the next month began), but they will be filled in as those posts publish over the next week.

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