01/01/13 05:54 PM Filed in: Books
The Best of Gene Wolfe Gene Wolfe The Last Hurrah Of The Golden Horde Norman Spinrad The Einstein Intersection Samuel R. Delany Rabbit, Run John Updike The Consequences of Ideas R. C. Sproul Dandelion Wine Ray Bradbury The Man Who Knew Too Much G. K. Chesterton I'll Go Home Then; It's Warm and Has Chairs David Thorne The Case for the Real Jesus Lee Strobel The Midnight Dancers Gerard F. Conway The Drunkard's Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives Leonard Mlodinow re-read Captain Vorpatril's Alliance Lois McMaster Bujold Generous Justice Timothy Keller
Quite a difference from last year, when I read fifty-one books. Work has been all consuming. There's a problem when, while I'm supposedly on vacation, a co-worker writes in an e-mail, "… color me impressed, you remain one of the most productive on the team, and this all while on PTO!" (Paid Time Off).
[Updated 1/3/13 to include "The Midnight Dancers", which was inadvertently omitted.]