Thursday, December 30, 2010

The Books of 2010

  1. Steven Brust—Iorich
  2. Robert Skidelsky—Keynes: Return of the Master
  3. Neil Gaiman—Violent Cases
  4. Gregory Maguire—Making Mischief: a Maurice Sendak Appreciation
  5. Malcolm Gladwell—What the Dog Saw
  6. Richard Kadrey—Sandman Slim
  7. Richard Holmes—The Age of Wonder
  8. Robert Crais—The First Rule
  9. Colum McCann—Let the Great World Spin
  10. Matthew B. Crawford—Shop Class as Soulcraft
  11. Larry McMurtry—Literary Life
  12. Vaclav Havel—To the Castle and Back
  13. Sam Sheridan—The Fighter’s Mind
  14. Patti Smith—Just Kids
  15. Josh Waitzkin—The Art of Learning
  16. Mark Lamster—Master of Shadows: The Secret Diplomatic Career of the Painter Peter Paul Rubens
  17. Chandler Burr—You or Someone Like You (reread)
  18. Chandler Burr—The Emperor of Scent (reread)
  19. Gary Rogowski—The Complete Illustrated Guide to Joinery
  20. Gregoire Bouillier—The Mystery Guest
  21. Michael Pollan—A Place of My Own
  22. Chelsea Quinn Yarbro—Burning Shadows
  23. John Greenlee & Saxon Holt—The American Meadow Garden
  24. Samuel R Delany—Stars in my Pocket Like Grains of Sand
  25. Stewart Copeland—Strange Things Happen: a Life with the Police, Polo and Pygmies
  26. Robert & Cortney Novogratz—Downtown Chic
  27. Jim Butcher—Changes
  28. Samuel R. Delany—Dhalgren
  29. Ellen Bass—The Human Line
  30. Nassim Nicholas Taleb—“On Robustness and Fragility”
  31. Luca Invernizzi—Ultimate Tropical
  32. Alberto Manguel—A Reading Diary
  33. Lee Child—61 Hours
  34. Peter Greenaway—Prospero’s Books
  35. Alberto Manguel—A History of Reading
  36. Stieg Larsson—The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest
  37. Jason Fried & David Heinemeier Hansson—ReWork
  38. Jane Lindskold—Nine Gates
  39. Michael Pollan—Second Nature
  40. Cathryn M. Valente—This is My Letter to the World: the Omikuji Project Year 1
  41. Joseph Campbell—The Hero’s Journey
  42. Ozzy Osbourne—I am Ozzy
  43. Bret Easton Ellis—Imperial Bedrooms
  44. Bob Hicok—Words for Empty and Words for Full
  45. Elizabeth Gilbert—Eat, Pray, Love
  46. Andre Aciman—Call Me by Your Name
  47. Nicholas Basbanes—Editions & Impressions
  48. David Lipsky—Although of Course you End up Becoming Yourself (A Road Trip with David Foster Wallace)
  49. Josh Kilmer-Purcell—Bucolic Plague
  50. Josh Kilmer-Purcell—I am not Myself Right Now
  51. China Mieville—Kraken
  52. Paul Graham—Hackers & Painters
  53. Neal Pollack—Stretch
  54. Neal Pollack—Alternadad
  55. Lawrence & Nancy Goldstein—The Friar and the Cipher
  56. William Gibson—Zero History
  57. Glen Cook—An Empire Unacquainted with Defeat
  58. Garr Reynolds—Presentation Zen
  59. Alex Ross—Listen to This
  60. Alice McMaster Bujold—Cryoburn
  61. Lee Child—Worth Dying For
  62. Steven Johnson—Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation
  63. Jim Butcher—Side Jobs
  64. Glen Cook—Gilded Latten Bones
  65. Ricky Martin—Me
  66. Jay LakePinion
  67. Joshua Braff—Peep Show
  68. John McPhee—Conversations with the Archdruid
  69. Eric Chase Anderson—Chuck Dugan is AWOL
  70. Kathe Koja—Under the Poppy
  71. Lev Grossman—The Magicians (reread)
  72. GD Trudeau—40: A Doonesbury Retrospective
  73. Patrick Hennessey—The Junior Officers’ Reading Club

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