This list does not include children’s books (usually STEM) that I reviewed, books Huxley and I have read (which is mainly Lord of the Rings this year, frankly… taking forever), computer or technology books, or video game references or books. It also does not include manuscripts or books that pre-date 1900 and you probably can’t find anywhere, unpublished material, and racist volumes that I read because I hate them but wont’ link to them (and similar). I list one John Sanford book to represent several that I read (I decided to read them all over, in order … yes, I had a reason for that, and it was great fun. But that was like 20 books.)
I’ve read 100% of 80% of these books, substantial parts of others. I have not included books I only read a few chapters of, such as a biography of FDR and one of Washington, and some books on Minnesota history.
They are not in any particular order. I probably missed a few. One I finished during the current year but I started it in 2019.
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In Search of Sungudogoby Greg Laden, now in Kindle or Paperback
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