May has been a busy month reading-wise. The slim list below hides the massive number of pages I’ve actually read. I’ve nearly finished The Noonday Demon, which is 1000 pages long, and both Encounter with Tiber (656 pages) and A Tale for the Time Being (400 pages) were long reads. I plan to continue reading chunksters as I tend to enjoy them more.
Book of the Month
This piece of science fiction felt extremely realistic. It combined Buzz Aldrin’s experiences in space with his knowledge of shuttle technology to produce a compelling insight into the future, showing what might happen if humans came into contact with alien life. It isn’t perfect, but the ideas will stay with me for a long time.
Books reviewed in May:
Plans for June
I have no firm plans, but hope to read most of these books:
Have you read any of these? Which did you enjoy most?