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Books I've Read Recently

Here are a few of the books that I've ready recently.

Summer 2005

  • By Don Norman
    • Emotional Design

Spring 2005


  • By Anthony Bourdain
    • Kitchen Confidential
  • By Chuck Pahlaniuk
    • Survivor
  • By Thomas Davenport
    • The Attention Economy
  • By Kevin Sampsell (editor)
    • The Insomiac Reader (crap: don't waste your time)

Summer 2004

  • By Neal Stephenson
    • Cryptonomicon
    • Snow Crash
  • By Haruki Murakami
    • Hard-boiled Wonderland and The End of the World
    • After the Quake
    • A Wild Sheep Chase
  • By Flann O'Brien
    • The Third Policeman
  • By Alexandre Dumas
    • The Count of Monte Cristo
  • By Michael Crichton
    • Prey
  • By Douglas Coupland
    • All Families Are Psychotic
  • By William Gibson
    • Pattern Recognition

I highly recommend all of the above books. With the exception of The Third Policeman and The Count of Monte Cristo, all of these books are an easy read and easy to get into. The Third Policeman is totally whacked and is hard to get into, but if you've got a similarly warped mind to my own, you'll enjoy it. Whatever you do, do not read the preface until after you've read the book. The editors (of my edition, at least) should be shot. The Count of Monte Cristo is a fantastic work that you won't be able to put down once you get into it.

Last modified 1 February 2009 at 1:40 pm by eaganj