Books read

A list of the books we’ve read in the seven years or so the Edinburgh SF Book Group has been running, from classic science fiction to fantasy to young adult, mainstream fiction with SF elements, horror and graphic novels:

2010

0810: “Makers” by Cory Doctorow

0710: “Neuromancer” by William Gibson

0610: “Flashforward” by Robert J Sawyer

0510: “In Great Waters” by Kit Whitfield

0410: “Replay” by Ken Grimwood

0310: “The Little Stranger” by Sarah Waters

0210: “Fahrenheit 451: The Authorized Graphic Novel” by Tim Hamilton

0110: “House of Leaves” – Mark Z. Danielewski

2009

1209: “Hexwood” – Diana Wynne Jones

1109: “Nights at the Circus” – Angela Carter

1009: “Interface” – Neal Stephenson & Frederick George

0909: “The Night Sessions” – Ken Macleod

0809: “Stamping Butterflies” – Jon Courtenay Grimwood

0709: “The Holy Machine” – Chris Beckett

0609: “Y The Last Man: Unmanned” – Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra

0509: “Unlimited Dream Company” – JG Ballard

0409: “Galapagos” – Kurt Vonnegut

0309: “The Physiognomy” – Jeffrey Ford

0209: “Survivors” – Terry Nation

0109: “Harm” – Brian Aldiss

2008

1208: “The Fall of the House of Usher” – Edgar Allan Poe

1108: “A Fire Upon the Deep” – Vernor Vinge

1008: “Watchmen” – Alan Moore

0908: “The Chrysalids” – John Wyndham

0808: “The Road” – Cormac McCarthy

0708: “The Prefect” – Alastair Reynolds

0608: “Diaspora” – Greg Egan

0508: “The Yiddish Policemen’s Union” – Michael Chabon

0408: “Light” – M. John Harrison

0308: “The Stolen Child” – Keith Donohue

0208: “Mobius Dick” – Andrew Crumey

0108: “Lives of the Monster Dogs” – Kirsten Bakis

2007

1207: “The Anubis Gates” – Tim Powers

1107: “Vellum: The Book of All Hours” – Hal Duncan

1007: “Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World” – Haruki Murakami

0907: “Glasshouse” – Charles Stross

0807: “Cat’s Cradle” – Kurt Vonnegut

0707: “Neverwhere” – Neil Gaiman

0607: “Riddley Walker” – Russell Hoban

0507: “I, Robot” – Isaac Asimov

0407: “The Lies of Locke Lamora” – Scott Lynch

0307: “Black Hole” – Charles Burns

0207: “Brave New World” – Aldous Huxley

0107: “Starship Troopers” – Robert A. Heinlein

2006

1206: “The Island of Dr Moreau” – H.G. Wells

1106: “Provender Gleed” – James Lovegrove

1006: “Under The Skin” – Michel Faber

0906: “Jennifer Government” – Max Barry

0806: “The Lathe Of Heaven” – Ursula Le Guin

0706: n/a

0606: “Fifth Head of Cerberus” – Gene Wolfe

0506: “Polystom” – Adam Roberts

0406: “Never Let Me Go” – Kazuo Ishiguro

0306: n/a

0206: “Babel 17” – Samuel R Delany

0106: “Cloud Atlas” – David Mitchell

2005

1205: “City of Saints and Madmen” – Jeff VanderMeer

1105: “The Demolished Man” – Alfred Bester

1005: “V For Vendetta” – Alan Moore

0905: “Cryptonomicon” – Neal Stephenson

0805: ?

0705: “Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom” – Cory Doctorow

0605: ?
0505: ?
0405: ?
0305: “Grass” – Sheri S Tepper
0205: “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” – Lewis Carol
0105: “Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell” – Susanna Clarke

2004

1204: n/a

1104: “Oryx and Crake” – Margaret Atwood

1004: “The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” – Robert Louis Stevenson

0904: “The Doll’s House (Sandman book 2)” – Neil Gaiman

0804: “Fire and Hemlock” – Diana Wynne Jones

0704: “The Left Hand of Darkness” – Ursula le Guin

0604: “Spares” – Michael Marshall Smith

0504: “The Rats” – James Herbert

0404: “Salt” – Adam Roberts

0304: “The Stars My Destination” – Alfred Bester

0204: “The Sky Road” – Ken MacLeod

0104: “Interview With the Vampire” – Anne Rice

2003

1203: n/a

1103: “Perdido Street Station” – China Mieville

1003: “I Am Legend” – Richard Mattheson

0903: “Altered Carbon” – Richard Morgan

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