Saturday, November 12, 2011

#egoreads for October

My reading for October did not include many #egoreads, it included:
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  • Faking it by Jennifer Crusie - mixing art and romance
  • Bourke Street Bakery by Phil Allan and David McGuinness, a great bakery well represented
  • Matthew Reilly Five greatest warriors - an enjoyable e-audio experience
  • Stardust by Neil Gaiman - this was a lovely read
  • Mark Abernathy County attack - action thriller set in south east Asia
  • Michael J Parry The spiral tattoo - noir-ish mystery in fantasy environment
  • Gaming the past by Jeremiah McCall - video games as a way of teaching history to high school students
  • The way of kings by Brandon Sanderson.  I had not read any titles by Sanderson before - don't know how I missed doing this.  Really enjoyable, with some great ideas about libraries and storytelling.
  • The impossible dead by Ian Rankin - another enjoyable read by this author
  • Everything bad is good for you by Stephen Johnson - about learning from popular culture

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