A list of the books I’m intending to read or re-read in 2019:

The Collapsing Empire – John Scalzi

The Consuming Fire – John Scalzi

Why We Sleep – Matthew Walker

History of England: Civil War – Peter Ackroyd

Unexplained – Richard Maclean-Smith

The Invisibles – Grant Morrison

Providence – Alan Moore

Tales Of Mystery And Imagination – Edgar Allen Poe

The Fifth Risk – Michael Lewis

Space Odyssey – Michael Benson

The Spy Who Came In From The Cold – John Le Carré

Frankenstein – Mary Shelley

Madman’s Drum – Lynd Ward

The Secret History Of DB Cooper – Brian Churilla

The Impossible Virgin – Peter O’Donnell

Dead Man’s Handle – Peter O’Donnell

Cobra Trap – Peter O’Donnell

Baltimore – Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden

History Of England: Revolution – Peter Ackroyd

The Lonely City – Olivia Laing

Second World War – Anthony Beevor

The Death Of A President – William Manchester

Drift – Rachel Maddow

The Legend Of Drizzt – R.A. Salvatore

Enlightenment Now – Stephen Pinker

Bookshops – Jorge Carrion

Killers Of The Flower Moon – David Grann

The Runaway Species – Anthony Brand and David Eagleman

The Phantom Atlas – Edward Brooke-Hitching

Terence Malick – Carlo Hintermann and Daniele Villa

Broadsword Calling Danny Boy – Geoff Dyer

The Daylight War – Peter V. Brett

Daemon Voices – Phillip Pullman

New Dark Age – James Bridle

The Long, Long Life Of Trees – Fiona Stafford

Dark Matter And Dinosaurs – Lisa Randall

Road Fever – Tim Cahill

The Order Of Time – Carlo Rovelli

Reality Is Not What It Seems – Carlo Rovelli

The Master And Margarita – Mikhail Bulgakov

Elements Of Surprise – Vera Tobin

A New Map Of Wonders – Caspar Henderson

Impossible Things Before Breakfast – Rebecca Front

Confabulations – John Berger

Palimpsest – Catherynne M. Valente

The Blazing World – Siri Hustvedt

Tales Of Falling And Flying – Ben Loory

The Haunting Of Hill House – Shirley Jackson

The House On The Borderland – William Hope Hodgson

Deep Water – Patricia Highsmith

Sex And Rockets – John Carter

The World Of Yesterday – Stefan Zweig

Bowie In Berlin – Thomas Jerome Seabrook

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