Don Hosek - Recent reading

I tend to be a voracious reader, and I read widely. This list has its origins in an old signature file which I would update periodically with the current book that I was reading. That gradually transmogrified itself into the current massive archive with brief reviews.

What I've been reading lately
Number of books read and reviewed each year
1995* (28)
1996 (47)
1997 (74)
1998 (61)
1999 (62)
2000 (27)
2001 (51)
2002 (60)
2003 (37)
2004 (36)
2005 (32)
2006 (46)
2007 (109)
2008 (78)
2009 (65)
2010 (68)
2011 (98)
2012 (129)
2013 (114)
2014 (101)
2015 (88)
2016 (82)
2017 (76)
2018 (67)
2019 (69)
* Partial year
The Road to learn React by Robin Wieruch
[Finished 3 October 2019] Declaring an “I’m way behind” amnesty.

Jews, Germans, and Allies: Close Encounters in Occupied Germany by Atina Grossman
[Finished 3 October 2019] Declaring an “I’m way behind” amnesty.

Seeds of Science: Why We Got It So Wrong on GMOs by Mark Lynas
[Finished 1 October 2019] See my review at dahosek.com

At the Mouth of the River of Bees by Kij Johnson
[Finished 28 September 2019] Declaring an “I’m way behind” amnesty.

Loudermilk: Or, The Real Poet; Or, The Origin of the World by Lucy Ives
[Finished 23 September 2019] Declaring an “I’m way behind” amnesty.

The Third Hotel by Laura van den Berg
[Finished 22 September 2019] Declaring an “I’m way behind” amnesty.

Two Awesome Hours: Science-Based Strategies to Harness Your Best Time and Get Your Most Important Work Done by Josh Davis
[Finished 17 September 2019] See my review at dahosek.com

Ask Again, Yes by Mary Beth Keane
[Finished 13 September 2019] Declaring an “I’m way behind” amnesty.

The Pushcart Prize XLII: Best of the Small Presses 2018 Edition edited by Bill Henderson
[Finished 13 September 2019] Declaring an “I’m way behind” amnesty.

The Useful Book: 201 Life Skills They Used to Teach in Home Ec and Shop by David Bowers and Sharon Bowers
[Finished 12 September 2019] See my review at dahosek.com