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2009 Books

2009 December 31
by Julie Clawson

So each year I like to survey the past year by posting the list of books I read that year. Looking at this list, which is probably the shortest list I’ve ever posted for a year, I wish I had read far more than I did. I guess life, publishing my own book, and (admittedly) watching the entire Battlestar Galactica series got in the way of reading. But even so, it’s a decent list with books that taught me, challenged me, entertained me, and angered me which makes them worthwhile in my opinion.

2009 Books –

Non-fiction

Fiction

While there are a few books on this list that I would classify in the almost to painful to read category, for the most part I enjoyed this years books. For sheer entertainment in a satirical intellectual sort of way, I would list Cuisines of the Axis of Evil as a favorite. As for books that I’ve recommended the most and mentally returned to most often I would list Mama’s Got a Fake ID and Manifold Witness. I seriously hope to expand my reading this next year – especially by reading non-majority (not white, western, or male) theological works (any recommendations would be appreciated).

So what about you – what were your favorite reads of 2009?

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  1. December 31, 2009

    I thought Everyday Justice was one of the best books this year…

  2. January 12, 2010

    Watching the entire run of Battlestar Galactica ate into my reading time this past year as well. :-) I read Haydon’s Rhapsody series of books a few years ago and it remains to be one of my favorite fantasy series.

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