Books read in November

Axiomatic, by Greg Egan

A short story collection from one of my favourite hard-sci-fi writers. Excellent as always.

The Witcher series (continued), by Andrzej Sapkowski

  • Baptism of Fire
  • The Tower of the Swallow

Things are getting interesting now, with the Witcher assembling a rag-tag party to search for Ciri.

Indica, by Pranay Lal

I’ve longed to get a book like this: a natural history of India. The photos and illustrations are quite beautiful.

Shards of Earth, by Adrian Tchaikovsky

I wanted a bit of epic science fiction, and this is my first foray into this author’s books. It is quite nice. Humanity and a bunch of aliens face up to a fearsome race of planet-destroying ‘Architects’.

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