A little disturbing maybe that I keep a list of the books I've read, but...
  1. The Last English King by Julian Rathbone
    Poor choice. Expected so much more. Received so little.
  2. Robogenesis by Daniel H. Wilson
    Enjoyed the second book in what will be a trilogy.
  3. The Last Days of Rabbit Hayes by Anna McPartlin
    A poor choice on my part. Not my hind of book. I felt mislead by the description in the book jacket.
  4. Death In A White Tie by Ngaio Marsh
    Not too bad. Although it won't be ranked in my top 10.
  5. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes by Caitlin Doughty
    Very good and I learned some things (see a previously written list). Suggested reading if you are interested in death or like non-fiction.
  6. I Could Pee On This by Francesco Marciuliano
    Well, it was amusing. And a really short read. Picked this up when I was at the library.
  7. The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King
    I will always be a fan of The King. And I adore short stories. A good short story is so very hard to write.
  8. Nod by Adrian Barnes
    I'm pretty sure I liked this. The premise is great and would make an amazing movie.
  9. Hotels of North America by Rick Moody
    Always a fan. Always good. Always innovative and fascinating.
  10. The Lake of Dead Languages by Carol Goodman
    Enjoyable mystery. A little overlong.