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Books Read in March, 2016

It's another month, and relatively early in the month. Thus, as is my standard usage of my blog space at or near the beginning of the month, I present the listing of my March, 2016 reads.

Books Read in March, 2016

Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell (r)

Seven Dead Pirates by Linda Bailey

Throwing Rocks at Houses by Colleen Jones with Perry Lefko

Lord of Light by Roger Zelazny (r)

DragonQuest Roleplaying Game, 2nd Edition by Eric Goldberg, Gerard C. Klug, Edward J. Woods, and David James Ritchie (RPG) (r)

Life of Pi by Yann Martel

March, 2016 Reader's Digest

The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey

Voyage of the Basset 1: Islands in the Sky by Tanith Lee

March, 2016 Locus

The Dragon with the Girl Tattoo by Adam Roberts

Polaris Roleplaying Game, Core Rulebook: 1, Beta v0.5 by Philippe Tessier, Raphael Bombayl, and Francois Menneteau (PDF) (RPG)

Steampunk! edited by Kelly Link and Gavin Grant

Legion of Super-Heroes v4 #15 - Adventure Comics #525 (Comics) (r)

Thus, the reading for 2016 continued on into the third month of the year. I was a bit surprised at March's reading, as there was a bit of something for everyone and it was quite a varied month of reading, though it felt somewhat slow, to be honest. My favourite books for the month were The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey, a book that was young adult but came across with very adult themes; The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Adam Roberts, a wonderful, wickedly humourous novel based on the Stig Larsson book, and I rather enjoyed the Colleen Jones's Throwing Rocks at Houses about her life in and out of curling. Lovely stuff, all. Overall, I managed to read 9 novels, 2 RPGs and RPG products, 2 magazines, 110 comics, and 0 graphic novels in March. This brings the year total in 2016 to a set of numbers that look like this: 28 books, 4 RPGs and RPG products, 7 magazines, 110 comics, and 0 graphic novels.

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

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