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My Books

A long long time ago I was a huuuge bookworm but since starting university in 2016 I have barely touched a book other than a text-book. I’ve been wanting to get back into reading for a while since graduating in 2021. To get into this habit, I’ve set myself a challenge to read my books rather than aimlessly scroll on my phone at lunchtime.

Taking inspiration from Petar Gyurov, I’ve opted to keep track of my reads list via this virtual bookshelf which also incentivises me to keep growing my read list.

This list isn’t complete as it does not include the hundreds of books I read as a teenager, but it is a clean slate to start from.


The Fall of Hyperion Dan Simmons
Hyperion Dan Simmons
Foundation Isaac Asimov
Prelude to Foundation Isaac Asimov
The Dispossessed: An Ambiguous Utopia Ursula K. Le Guin
Roadside Picnic Arkady Strugatsky
Chapterhouse: Dune Frank Herbert
Catch-22 Joseph Heller
The Three-Body Problem Cixin Liu
2001: A Space Odyssey Arthur C. Clarke
Heretics of Dune Frank Herbert
Cairngorm John: A Life in Mountain Rescue 10th Anniversary Edition John Allen
The Gods Themselves Isaac Asimov
Ready Player One Ernest Cline
Foundation's Edge Isaac Asimov
Forward the Foundation Isaac Asimov


Foundation and Earth Isaac Asimov
Second Foundation Isaac Asimov
Foundation and Empire Isaac Asimov
Foundation Isaac Asimov
The Colour of Magic Terry Pratchett
God Emperor of Dune Frank Herbert
Forever Free Joe Haldeman
Ender's Game Orson Scot Card
The Lazarus Heist Geoff White
Forever Peace Joe Haldeman
The Forever War Joe Haldeman
Ringworld Larry Niven
Slaughterhouse-Five Kurt Vonnegut
Starship Troopers Robert A. Heinlein
Children of Dune Frank Herbert
Dune Messiah Frank Herbert
Dune Frank Herbert
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Philip K. Dick
I, Robot Isaac Asimov
The Forever War Joe Haldeman