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Books Read in October, 2014

It's the new month of November. Well, relatively speaking since it's already the 3rd of the month. And so, as is my standard usage of my blog space at the beginning of each month, I present the listing of my October, 2014 reading.

Books Read in October, 2014

Harpist in the Wind by Patricia A. McKillip (r)

Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time, Volume 3 (Graphic Novel)

DW: AiTaS: The Fifth Doctor Sourcebook by Walt Ciechanowski and Darren Watts (RPG)

Soul of the Robot by Barrington J. Bayley

The Flight of the Ariadne by Andrew Peregrine (PDF) (RPG)

It's A Long Way Down by Peter Cakebread & Ken Walton (PDF) (RPG)

Not Quite the Shiny by Peter Cakebread & Ken Walton (PDF) (RPG)

River of Heaven Roleplaying Game by John Ossoway (PDF) (RPG)

Machine by Jennifer Pelland

Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell

Park Polar by Adam Roberts

Jupiter Magnified by Adam Roberts

October, 2014 Reader's Digest

Millenial Women edited by Virginia Kidd (r)

National Geographic Special: When Dinosaurs Ruled by Brian Switek

The Apocalypse Codex by Charles Stross

The Borribles by Michael de Larrabeiti (r)

October, 2014 Locus

I have to say that I was pretty pleased at the number of books and other written stuff that I read in October. While there were a few re-reads this past month, there was some excellent reading in this batch of books and whatnot. My favourite reads of the month were the Fifth Doctor Sourcebook for the Doctor Who roleplaying game (Peter Davison is one of my favourite classic Doctors), Jennifer Pelland's Machine, the River of Heaven Roleplaying Game PDF (can't wait for the physical book to arrive!), and The Borribles.

Overall, I managed to read 8 novels, 3 RPGs and RPG products, 3 magazines, 0 comics, and 1 graphic novel in October. That brings the total for the year so far in 2014 to a set of numbers that look like this: 71 books, 28 RPGs and RPG products, 22 magazines, 10 comics, and 4 graphic novels.

Anyway, thoughts and comments are always welcome. :)
Tags: books, month total, reading, reading hut

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