Sunday, July 01, 2018

Read in June 2018

This is the halfway point of this Book-A-Day year, which would be a suitable time for stopping to think about things, if I had any time or inclination to do that.

(I don't. There will be a big round-up at the end of the year, and that'll be enough.)

So here's what I read, as it finally started to look like summer:

Joann Sfar, Lewis Trondheim, Alfred, and Mazan, Dungeon: Twilight, Vol. 4: The End of Dungeon (6/1)

Jason Shiga, Demon, Vol. 1 (6/2)

Charles Stross, The Delirium Brief (6/3)

Jason Shiga, Demon, Vol. 2 (6/3)

Jason Shiga, Demon, Vol. 3 (6/3)

Jason Shiga, Demon, Vol. 4 (6/4)

Ben Costa and James Parks, Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo: The Middle-Route Run (6/5)

Chad Sell and various writers, The Cardboard Kingdom (6/6)

Mark Siegel, Alexis Siegel, Xanthe Bouma, Matt Rockefeller, and Boya Sun, 5 Worlds, Book 2: The Cobalt Prince (6/7)

James Crumley, The Wrong Case (6/8)

Baboon Metaphysics and Other Implausibly Titled Books (6/9)

Jaime Hernandez, Maggie the Mechanic (6/10)

Jason, On the Camino (6/11)

Nagata Kabi, My Lesbian Experience With Loneliness (6/12)

Peter Watts, The Freeze-Frame Revolution (6/12)

Jacques Tardi, The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec, Vol. 2 (6/13)

Hartley Lin, Young Frances (6/14)

Taiyo Matsumoto, Sunny, Vol. 5 (6/15)

Taiyo Matsumoto, Sunny, Vol. 6 (6/16)

Robert Niles, Stories from a Theme Park Insider (6/17)

Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang, Paper Girls, Vol. 4 (6/18)

Joan Aiken, The Wolves of Willoughby Chase (6/18)

Jeff Lemire, Royal City, Vol. 2: Sonic Youth (6/19)

Peter S. Beagle, In Calabria (6/19)

Gilbert Hernandez, Heartbreak Soup (6/20)

Lewis Trondheim and Nicholas Keramidias, Mickey's Craziest Adventures (6/21)

Jacques Tardi and Leo Malet, Fog Over Tolbiac Bridge (6/22)

Jaime Hernandez, The Girl from H.O.P.P.E.R.S. (6/23)

Richard Sala, The Chuckling Whatsit (6/24)

Jason, Why Are You Doing This? (6/25)

Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins, Grass Kings, Vol. 1 (6/26)

Peter Milligan, Chris Bachalo, and Mark Pennington, Shade, the Changing Man, Vol. 1: The American Scream (6/27)

Massimo Carlotto and Marco Videtta, Poisonville (6/27)

Guy Delisle, Hostage (6/28)

Jason, Pocket Full of Rain (6/29)

Howard Mohr, How to Speak Minnesotan (6/30)

I'm still averaging about thirty-five books a month, which is great -- it's clearing out my shelves a bit and sending me to search out things in libraries and bookstores that were only on a vague "look for someday" list. As usual, having structure and deadlines helps get things done: I recommend it to everyone.

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