Books I finished reading (or rereading) in December 2022…
- AI 2041, Chen Qiufan & Kai-Fu Lee (technology, sci fi)
- The Investigator, John Sandford (thriller)
- The Dark Hours, Michael Connelly (thriller)
- Bottom of the 33rd, Dan Barry (baseball)
- Nightfall and Other Stories, Isaac Asimov (sci fi)
- The Ghost Brigades, John Scalzi (sci fi)
- The Last Colony, John Scalzi (sci fi)
- Zoe’s Tale, John Scalzi (sci fi)
- The Human Division, John Scalzi (sci fi)
- The End of All Things, John Scalzi (sci fi)
- Magician: Apprentice, Raymond Feist (fantasy)
- Magician: Master, Raymond Feist (fantasy)
- Expendable, James Alan Gardner (sci fi)
- The Flaw in All Magic, Ben Dobson (fantasy)
- First Contract, Greg Costikyan (sci fi)
AI 2041 was very interesting. A collection of ten short science fiction stories meant to illustrate how artificial intelligence (AI) might influence society in 20 years, each followed by a more-detailed, technical explanation of the computer science and societal issues illustrated in that story…
TOTAL FOR 2022 = 116 books
Hope you’re reading something fun too!
What were your thoughts on the Magician series? I haven’t read them yet.
Hi Susan! I think this is my third or fourth time reading them. They’re solid and have decent character development for fantasy books. Better than most, not as good as some. And… there are a whole bunch of Feist books that follow in the series!