A Year in Reading (2015)

I did a bit better reading (and perhaps worse blogging) this year, upping my total to 26 books for the year, or one every other week. My top 5 books of the year are in bold text; interestingly, even though I read a lot more fiction than non-fiction, the majority of my favorites are non-fiction.

  1. Quicksilver, by Neal Stephenson
  2. Insurgent, by Veronica Roth
  3. Super Sad True Love Story, by Gary Shteyngart
  4. Many-Colored Land, by Julian May
  5. Doomsday Equation, by Matt Richtel
  6. Lock In, by John Scalzi
  7. Kitten Clone, by Douglas Coupland
  8. One Summer, by Bill Bryson
  9. Voices of Heaven, by Frederick Pohl
  10. Midnight in Siberia, by David Greene
  11. Robopocalypse, by Daniel Wilson
  12. The Golden Torc, by Julian May
  13. Ghost Brigades, by John Scalzi
  14. Bone Church, by Victoria Dougherty
  15. Robogenesis, by Daniel Wilson
  16. End of Absence, by Michael Harris
  17. The Last Colony, by John Scalzi
  18. The Strangler Vine, by M.J. Carter
  19. Windswept, by Adam Rakunas
  20. Ancillary Justice, by Ann Leckie
  21. The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn To Let Go so Their Children Can Succeed, by Jessica Lahey
  22. Armada, by Ernest Cline
  23. Cain at Gettysburg, by Ralph Peters
  24. Seveneves, by Neal Stephenson
  25. The Swimmer, by Joakim Zander
  26. The Invention of Fire, by Bruce Holsinger