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Books I finished reading (or rereading) in December 2022…
- AI 2041, Chen Qiufan & Kai-Fu Lee (technology, sci fi)
- The Investigator, John Sandford (thriller)
- The Dark Hours, Michael Connelly (thriller)
- Bottom of the 33rd, Dan Barry (baseball)
- Nightfall and Other Stories, Isaac Asimov (sci fi)
- The Ghost Brigades, John Scalzi (sci fi)
- The Last Colony, John Scalzi (sci fi)
- Zoe’s Tale, John Scalzi (sci fi)
- The Human Division, John Scalzi (sci fi)
- The End of All Things, John Scalzi (sci fi)
- Magician: Apprentice, Raymond Feist (fantasy)
- Magician: Master, Raymond Feist (fantasy)
- Expendable, James Alan Gardner (sci fi)
- The Flaw in All Magic, Ben Dobson (fantasy)
- First Contract, Greg Costikyan (sci fi)
AI 2041 was very interesting. A collection of ten short science fiction stories meant to illustrate how artificial intelligence (AI) might influence society in 20 years, each followed by a more-detailed, technical explanation of the computer science and societal issues illustrated in that story…
TOTAL FOR 2022 = 116 books
Hope you’re reading something fun too!
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