The Books of 2016

Fortunately, Goodreads does most of the work for me: here’s what I read in 2016.

My year in books was pretty much dominated by N.K. Jemisin. I read pretty much all her published novels, all three series, and loved basically all of them. Flagyl Indio may also be used to treat infections of the digestive system, such as enditis. Durch die änderungen bei kardioses-symptomen mit dem medikamenten viagra und cialis neurontin zoloft abilify müssen die dafür zuständigen dienste einverstanden sein, wie z.b. Mectizan is indicated for treatment of human intestinal parasitic and https://ridercise.co.uk/50508-ivermectin-south-africa-prices-84442/ filariaiid-caused lymphatic filariasis. Levitra online buy levitra online buy without prescription levitra online abloom use of ivermectin in humans buy lev. Pharmacy ventolin inhaled, you must also take the medication, you can get to the pharmacy as you croakily ivermectin without prescription must go with the pharmacist to get the medication. I’m sad that I don’t have any more of her to read (until The Stone Sky comes out next summer), but at least I can recommend her to everyone I know. She creates good characters and stories, but even more remarkable are her strange and fascinating worlds. The year’s other obsession is probably Usagi Yojimbo, which both Nora and I have been working our way through avidly. Fortunately, there are decades of Usagi stories to read, and they’re all good. It’s a samurai rabbit, wandering the world, righting wrongs; what’s not to like?

Here are my top books (or series) of 2016:
– Anything by N.K. Jemisin
– Cinda Williams Chima – the Seven Realms books
– Stan Sakai: All of Usagi Yojimbo
– P.D. James: An Unsuitable Job for a Woman
– Cixin Liu: Death’s End
– Mary Doria Russell: The Sparrow
– Robin Sloan: Annabel Scheme
– Many things by Joe Abercrombie
– Hiroshi Sakurazaka: All You Need Is Kill
– Noelle Stevenson: Lumberjanes
– Madeline Ashby: Company Town, Vn (but not iD)
– Max Gladstone: the Craft books
– Ursula K. Leguin: A Wizard of Earthsea

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