Every year, I set a target to read one book a week. Didn't reach the target again last year. Here are the books I read in 2013:
1. Getting Things Done by David Allen. A little dated but still incredibly useful guide to productivity. (paper)
2. 11/22/63 by Stephen King. A love story disguised as a long, long time travel tale (ebook)
3. Gun Machine by Warren Ellis. (ebook)
4. Old Man's War by John Scalzi. 10 years later, it's still just as good although the tech sounds outdated. (ebook).
5. Horns by Joe Hill. Another deliciously disturbing tale. (ebook)
6. Captain Vorpatril's Alliance by Lois McMaster Bujold (ebook)
7. Priceless by Robert K Wittman. (audiobook). Memoir of an art crimes FBI agent, with practical tips for aspiring undercover operatives.
8. Spoken from the front by Andy McNab (ebook). Stories from British troops who served in Afghanistan, from the inspiring to the banal.
9. The Mongoliad, Book 3 by Neal Stephenson and friends. (ebook)
10. Wool by Hugh Howey (ebook)
11. Shift by Hugh Howey (ebook)
12. Dust by Hugh Howey (ebook)
13. The Ocean at the end of the lane by Neil Gaiman (ebook)
14. Abaddon's Gate (Expanse book 3) by James S. A. Corey (ebook)
15. Countdown City by Ben H. Winters (ebook). What would you do if it's 77 days from the end of the world?
16. Forging Zero by Sara King. Military SF in the tradition of Ender's Game (ebook)
17. Happy Hour in Hell by Tad Williams. (ebook)
18. Zero Recall by Sara King (ebook)
19. Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie (ebook)
20. Dauntless by Jack Campbell (ebook)
21. Fearless by Jack Campbell (ebook)
22. Courageous by Jack Campbell (ebook)
23. Valiant by Jack Campbell (ebook)
24. Relentless by Jack Campbell (ebook)
25. Victorious by Jack Campbell (ebook). Straightforward space opera.
26. The Incrementalists by Steven Brust and Skyler White (ebook).
27. The Mirage by Matt Ruff (ebook).