Books Read 2022

The Walrus and The Warwolf by Hugh Cook, i.e. the picaresque story of Drake, shithead pirate teen in a world of decaying magic, was above and beyond the most impactful book to me. Don’t just take my word for it – read China Miéville’s commentary. In non-fiction, The 1619 Project is a must-read to exist in today’s version of history.

Cosmoknights – Hannah Templar
The Tombs of Atuan – Ursula K. Le Guin
Neptune’s Brood – Charlie Stross
Rohan at the Louvre – Hirohiko Araki
Malleus – Dan Abnett
The Walrus and The Warwolf – Hugh Cook
Hereticus – Dan Abnett
Deep – James Nestor
Mistborn: The Final Empire – Brandon Sanderson
Dragon – Steven Brust
Issola – Steven Brust
The Wicked and the Witless – Hugh Cook
The 1619 Project – Nikole Hannah-Jones
Dragon – Saladin Ahmed & Dave Acosta
Battle of the Linguist Mages – Scotto Moore
Dad Bod – Cian Cruise
The Wishstone and the Wonderworkers – Hugh Cook
How Europe Underdeveloped Africa – Walter Rodney
The Ministry for the Future – Kim Stanley Robinson
A Separate Peace – John Knowles
I Sexually Identify as an Attack Helicopter – Isabell Fall
The Wazir and The Witch – Hugh Cook
Princess Floralinda and the Forty-Flight Tower – Tamsyn Muir
Nonviolent Communication – Marshall B. Rosenburg
Anubis Gates – Tim Powers
Nona the Ninth – Tamsyn Muir
Dracula – Bram Stoker
The Werewolf and the Wormlord – Hugh Cook
It Came from Something Awful: How a Toxic Troll Army Accidentally Memed Donald Trump into Office – Dale Beran
Goodbye to Berlin – Christopher Isherwood
Senlin Ascends – Josiah Bancroft
ZOM 100: Bucket List of the Dead – Haro Aso and Kotaro Takata

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