September book log

Yes, you’re getting spammed with the book log today. Sorry about that, but it’s the first time in a week I’ve felt up to posting. I’m going out to meet kalypso_v at the local Thai takeaway shortly, so I’ll shut up after this one. :-)

54) Agatha Christie — Sparkling Cyanide [audiobook]
Reviewed 12 September.

55) Agatha Christie — The Blood-Stained Pavement and other stories [audiobook]
Reviewed 15 September.

56) Brian Aldiss — “Equator” and “Segregation”
http://www.librarything.com/work/182737

57) Philip Jose Farmer — Timestop
http://www.librarything.com/work/465053/

58) Frank Herbert — The worlds of Frank Herbert
http://www.librarything.com/work/19078

59) Diana Dors — Behind closed Dors
Logged with brief notes on 19 September.

60) Miss Read — Village School
Logged with brief notes on why DNF on 25 September.

61) Roger Elwood — Continuum 1
Logged with notes about individual stories on 26 September

62)Georgette Heyer — They Found Him Dead
Logged with notes 2 October

63) MC Beaton — Death of a Gossip
Logged with notes 2 October

64) MC Beaton — Death of a Cad
Logged with notes 2 October

65) John Wray — Lowboy
Reviewed 2 October

Plus a book discussion thread about Shamini Flint’s “Inspector Singh Investigates” series, posted on Dreamwidth and LiveJournal on 18 September.

That looks like quite a lot of books, but given that two of them were DNF and a third had been mostly read some time back, it’s not as impressive as it looks. Still not bad on the ones actually read all the way through.

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