- Leviathan Wakes (2011) novel - JUST FINISHED
- The Butcher of Anderson Station: A Story of The Expanse (2011) novella
- Caliban's War (2012) novel
- Gods of Risk (2012) novella
- Drive (2012) short story
- Abaddon's Gate (2013) novel
- Cibola Burn (2014) novel
- The Churn (2014) novella
- Nemesis Games (2015) novel
- The Vital Abyss (2015) novella
- Babylon's Ashes (2016) novel
For some people that's probably not what you want in a book. But for me, I loved it.
I love books AND tv, so to have a book series that reads like a tv show AND has a tv show being made is fricken awesome.
Call me shallow if you like. That's ok by me. I'm just enjoying the pure entertainment of this awesome story.
And the sci-fi!
So, I've got quite a few books to chew through. Not to mention the fact that my sister just gave me the password to her Kindle account. Oh boy! She reads a thousand times faster than me, and has thousands of books under her belt. It's like I've just been given the keys to the kingdom. Gotta sift out the soft-core porn titles that bloomed out the ass of 50 Shades, but that's ok. There's tons of awesome fantasy and sci-fi titles in there just waiting for my eyeballs to be glued to them. Can't wait.
Also, met some awesome people at a festival recently who recommended some great titles. So, they're on my list too.
Perhaps I should write out a list. Like, as in a proper book list. Coz I'm sure I've forgotten a shitload of books I meant to put on my list, so that would be one good reason. And if I had a proper list then I would never fall into an empty book well again.
Perhaps I could write out a few different lists. I could write out the definitive THIS IS MY READING LIST list, as well as a NICE TO READ list, a MIGHT WANT TO READ list, a RECOMMENDED list, and a NEVER GONNA READ, BUT SHOULD BE ON A LIST ANYWAY list.
And the ocd 'must be organised' side of me would love making all these lists. It would be like a little project. Which, by 'project' I mean 'a procrastination tool to keep me from doing what I should be doing while also making me feel like I'm working'. Ah, dammit. Now I've gone and said that I can't do it because I know it for what it is.
Hey ho. I'll just put 'making book lists' on my list of things to do some day :-)