Books for 2015

I like books, so this year I'm going to try documenting the books I buy, read, and the ones I ignore in an attempt to read more and spend less!

Here's what I've already finished in January:

  • An Astronaut's Guide To Life on Earth, Chris Hadfield
  • Book of Lost Tales: Part 2, Christopher Tolken

February:

  • Homage to Catalonia, George Orwell

March:

  • Starship Troopers, Robert A Heinlein
  • A History of the World in Twelve Maps, Jeremy Botton

April:

  • The Cyberiad, Stanislaw Lem

May:

  • The Shaping of Middle-earth, Christopher Tolkien
  • Cosmigraphics, Michael Benson

June:

  • The Illustrated Man, Ray Bradbury
  • A Game of Thrones, George RR Martin
  • The Return of the Shadow, JRR Tolkien

I'm currently reading:

  • Aniihilation, James Vandermeer
  • China, A History, John Keay

And on the to-read list:

  • Virtual Unrealities, Alfred Bester
  • Alpha & Omega, Charles Seife
  • The Luminaries, Eleanor Catton
  • Dune, Frank Herbert