November 2019 Book Reading List



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This is the final book reading list I’ll be writing this year - since I write about the previous month at the beginning of the next, I won’t be writing December 2019’s until January 2020.

A whole ‘nother decade.

Books I Read to My Son

I read nineteen different books to my son this month:

The crazy thing is I’ll have to start adding another section for another child soon - I’ll be a dad a second time by the end of this month.

The Books Stories I Read for Me

I finally finished the book I’ve been reading since July - 99 Classic Science-Fiction Short Stories.

I finished the final 25 stories:

  1. Beyond Lies the Wub by Philip K. Dick
  2. Mr. Spaceship by Philip K. Dick
  3. Piper in the Woods by Philip K. Dick
  4. The Crystal Crypt by Philip K. Dick
  5. The Defenders by Philip K. Dick
  6. The Eyes Have It by Philip K. Dick
  7. The Golden Man by Philip K. Dick
  8. The Gun by Philip K. Dick
  9. The Hanging Stranger by Philip K. Dick
  10. The Skull by Philip K. Dick
  11. Tony and the Beetles by Philip K. Dick
  12. Asleep in Armageddon by Ray Bradbury
  13. The Fight of the Good Ship Clarissa by Ray Bradbury
  14. The Pendulum by Ray Bradbury
  15. The Light Machine by Ray Cummings
  16. The Man Who Lived by Raymond F. O’Kelley
  17. The Doom of London by Robert Barr
  18. Virus X Roquia by Robert Welles Ritchie
  19. Sultana’s Dream by Sakhawat Hussain
  20. As Easy as A.B.C. by Rudyard Kipling
  21. Glamour by Seabury Quinn
  22. A Lost Opportunity by Tudor Jenks
  23. A Tricycle For Two by W.L. Alden
  24. Professor’s Van Wagener’s Eye by W.L. Alden
  25. The Professor’s Jump by W.L. Alden

I’ve begun reading my next book already. It’s much shorter, and non-fiction - going with my fiction/non-fiction/fiction/non-fiction pattern I’ve been aiming for.

The book I’m reading now (which I’ll name next month after I’ve finished it) should help me with one of my 2019 goals - although I have less than a month to do said goal!

That’s it for now. Feel free to comment below what you’ve been reading recently!

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