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Books Read in April, 2011

Well, it's still the beginning of the month (well the first week anyway), so I figured I'd start posting up my reading from April. Due to the continuing issues of my health and a bunch of other stuff that was going on, I didn't get in as much reading for the month as I would have liked. Anyway, here's the book reads.

Book Reads in April, 2011


Eight Days of Luke by Diana Wynne Jones (r)

Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones (r)

The Outskirter's Secret by Rosemary Kirstein

The Lost Steersman by Rosemary Kirstein

Land of the Headless by Adam Roberts

March, 2011 Locus

Hellcats and Hockeysticks Roleplaying Game by Andrew Peregrine (RPG) (r)

Doctor Who Classics Volume 6 by Steve Parkhouse, Alan McKenzie, Max Stockbridge, and John Ridgway (Graphic Novel)

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen


Overall, it was a pretty decent reading month, though I had too many other things on the go to get in as much reading as I would have liked. I managed to read 6 novels, 1 RPGs and RPG products, 2 magazines, 0 comics, and 1 graphic novels in April. This brings the year total in 2011 to 25 books, 7 RPGs and RPG products, 5 magazines, 16 comics, and 1 graphic novels.

As per usual, thoughts and comments are welcome. :)
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