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* Ben Goldacre - I think you'll find it's a bit more complicated than that
* Joe Haldeman - Marsbound
* Joe Haldeman - Starbound
* Joe Haldeman - Earthbound
* Rich Burlew - Blood Runs In The Family (OOTS 5)
* Mira Grant - Deadline
* T Kingfisher - The Seventh Bride
* Mira Grant - Blackout
* Jo Walton - My Real Children
* Frances Hardinge - Cuckoo Song
* Katherine Addison - The Goblin Emperor
* Frances Hardinge - A Face Like Glass
* Alan Furst - The Spies of Warsaw
* Max Gladstone - Full Fathom Five
* Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips - The Fade Out vol 1
* Mike Carey - The Girl With All The Gifts
* Gwyneth Lewis - Sunbathing in the Rain (A book your friend loves)
* Penn Jillette - Sock (A book you own but haven't read)
* Terry Pratchett - Raising Steam (A book everyone but you has read)
* Val McDermid - Forensics - The Anatomy of Crime (A book that will make you smarter)
* Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman - Good Omens (A book you loved... read it again)
* T Kingfisher - Toad Words and Other Stories (A book with a lion, a witch or a wardrobe)
* T Kingfisher - Nine Goblins (don't think I can claim this is anything, sadly!)
* TS Eliot - Prufrock and Other Observations (A book of poems)
* TS Eliot - The Waste Land
* TS Eliot - Poems 1920
* Brian Vaughan & Fiona Staples - Saga vol 3 (A book with pictures)
* Brian Vaughan & Fiona Staples - Saga vol 4
* Paul Cornell &c. - Saucer Country 1-6
* Scott Snyder &c. - Severed 1-7 (A book by an author you've never read before)
* Nick Spencer &c. - Bedlam 1-6
* E Nesbit - Five Children and It (does 'made into a BBC TV series' count? A book set in the summer)
* Emily St John Mandel - Station Eleven
* David Hartwell (Ed.) - Year's Best SF 18 (A book with a blue cover)
* Charlie Stross - The Rhesus Chart
* Neil Williamson - The Moon King
* Emmi Itaranta - The Memory Of Water (A book with a female heroine)
* Michael Faber - The Book Of Strange New Things
* Dave Hutchinson - Europe in Autumn
* Claire North - The First Fifteen Lives Of Harry August
* Val McDermid - The Vanishing Point
* Andrea Phillips - Revision
* Nina Allan - The Race
* Andy Weir - The Martian (A book that was made into a movie)
* Anna Caltabiano - The Seventh Miss Hatfield
* Sarah Pinborough - Mayhem (A book you started but never finished - not sure this is quite what they had in mind though ;-)
* Frances Hardinge - The Lie Tree (A book published this year)
* Jonathan Strahan (Ed) - Edge of Infinity (A book set somewhere you've always wanted to visit, i.e. assorted bits of the solar system)
* Cixin Liu - The Three-Body Problem
* John le Carre - A Most Wanted Man
* Simon Ings - Wolves
* Graham Austin-King - Fae: The Wild Hunt
* Dana Simpson - Unicorn on a Roll
* John Scalzi - Lock In
* Nnedi Okarafor - Lagoon
* T Kingfisher - Bryony & Roses (A book by an author you love)
* Seanan McGuire - Rosemary and Rue
* Junji Ito - Uzumaki
* Neil Gaiman - The Sleeper and the Spindle
* VE Schwab - A Darker Shade of Magic
* Be-Papas - Utena vol 1
* Be-Papas - Utena vol 2
* Be-Papas - Utena vol 3
* Be-Papas - Utena vol 4
* Be-Papas - Utena vol 5
* Thomas Olde Heuvelt - The Day The World Turned Upside Down
* G. Willow Wilson, Adrian Alphona, Jake Wyatt - Ms. Marvel Volume 1: No Normal
* Kurtis J. Weibe & Roc Upchurch - Rat Queens Volume 1: Sass and Sorcery
* Jo Walton - What Makes This Book So Great
* Gary Bruce - The Firm: The Inside Story of the Stasi (A book based on a true story)
* Stephen Brust - Jhereg
* Naomi Novik - Uprooted
* Victor Sebestyen - Revolution 1989
* Raymond Briggs - When The Wind Blows (A book that is more than ten years old)
* Andy Poyiadgi - Lost Property
* Stephen Brust - Yendi
* Stephen Brust - Teckla
* Beauty - Robin McKinley
* Kate Griffin - Madness of Angels
* Patrick Ness - More Than This
* Diana Wynne Jones - Stopping for a Spell
* Emily St John Mandel - The Lola Quartet
* Claire North - Touch
* James Morrow - The Last Witchfinder (A book at the bottom of your "to be read" pile)
* Geof Banyard (aka Count Poshname Von Plumbing-Supplies) - The Steampunk Literary Review issue 1-3
* Sydney Padua - The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage
* Grady Hendrix - Horrorstör
* Nathan Filer - The Shock of the Fall (A book you learned about because of this challenge - http://ghoti.livejournal.com/715214.html)
* Nalo Hopkinson - The New Moon's Arms
* Emily Nagoski - Come As You Are
* Ursula Vernon - Digger
* Stanislaw Lem - Mortal Engines
* Kurtis J. Weibe, Roc Upchurch, Stjepan Sejic - Rat Queens Volume 2: The Far-Reaching Tentacles of N'rygoth
* Angela Slatter - Sourdough and Other Stories
* Donna Tartt - Goldfinch
* Ann Leckie - Ancillary Mercy
* Nicola Griffith - Hild
* Chris Cleave - Gold (A book you pick solely for the cover)
* Burgoyne Corbett - New Amazonia
* Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor - Welcome To Night Vale
* Sarah Monette - The Bone Key
* Sam McAughtry - The Sinking of the Kenbane Head
* Pauline Ashwell - Unwillingly To Earth
* Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling - The Green Man: Tales from the Mythic Forest (A book with a color in the title)
* Wellcome Trust - From Victoria to Viagra (A book from the library)
* David Hartwell & Kathryn Cramer - Year's Best Fantasy 9

A book you were supposed to read in school but didn't (GEB? Tristram Shandy? Don Quixote?)
A book with a great first line (Lem? Borges?)

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