2016 Winter Reads

January 7, 2016, Prescott- I haven’t posted a reading list in quite a while, so here goes.

Reads in progress:  Terra in Cognita, William Barnes;  Extreme Ownership, Jocko Willink and Leif Babin; Keep Moving, Dick Van Dyke; The Dinosaur Heresies, Robert T. Bakker; The Witches:  Salem, 1692, Stacy Schiff.  The last two are tomes, so they will take longer than the others.

January-February:  The Disappearance of the Universe, Gary R. Renard; Marco Polo, John Man; John Adams, David McCullough.

March- Sphere, Michael Crichton; All The Light We Cannot See, Anthony Doerr; Prairie Erth, William Least Heat-Moon.

These are all fascinating books, of various lengths and levels of intensity.  I will also be adding books to my Kindle, the efforts of Carsten Aretz and Ally Larkin, as well as anything that Jeff Markowitz and John E. Glaze come up with, in the near future.

 

7 thoughts on “2016 Winter Reads

  1. There are some very intriguing titles there. I had The Disappearance of the Universe at one time. Don’t think I read it. Maybe some. Was Sphere Crichton’s last book?

  2. I don’t expect to have a new book out in2017. But I do expect to finish my next book by springtime with a release some time in 2017. It’s a case of domestic homicide set in 1970 against a backdrop of political unrest.

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