Books Read – Wrapping up 2015

Books read

I’ve been keeping track of the books I’ve read since 2010 and this last year was by far the worst year so far. I’ve averaged about 50 books a year for the past five years, this year’s total comes in at a measly 23. There were a number of extenuating circumstances this past year (separation, new job, divorce, etc.) that took up not only time but mental space that I usually set aside for personal and professional reading. I’m hopeful that in 2016 things will trend back towards the mean.

With that here is the list of books I read in 2015:

January  (1)
The Last Unicorn by Peter Beagle

February (1)
Religion: An Anthropological View by Anthony F. C. Wallace

March (1)
The Silmarillion by J.R.R. Tolkien

April (4)
The Man who Mistook his Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks
Meet Me in Atlantis by Mark Adams
Dead Beat by Jim Butcher
Proven Guilty by Jim Butcher

May (5)
Second Quest by by David Hellman and Tevis Thompson
Throne of the Crescent Moon by Saladin Ahmed
Dawn by Octavia Butler
Adulthood Rites by Octavia Butler
Imago by Octavia Butler

June (1)
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

July (1)
The Martian by Andy Weir

August (1)
The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde

September (1)
Designers & Dragons: The ’70s by Shannon Applecline

October (1)
At the Mountains of Madness by H.P. Lovecraft

November (4)
Latter-day Scripture by Robert M. Price
Baldur’s Gate 2 by Matt Bell
Bible Adventures by Gabe Durham
Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

December (2)
The Twelve Caesars by Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus
Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

2015 TOTAL: 23

2014 Total:48
2013 Total: 42
2012 Total: 47
2011 Total: 50
2010 Total: 69

For more lists of books read see here: Books Read in 2014 and Books Read in 2013.

Author: Jonathon

Would rather be out swimming, running, or camping. Works in state government. Spent a youth reading genre-fiction; today, he is making up for it by reading large quantities of non-fiction literature. The fact that truth, in every way, is more fascinating than fiction still tickles him.

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