Reading List for December 2021
2022 is now upon us, so that means it is time to provide the list of books that I read/listened to in December. I did not listen to a bunch of holiday-themed titles, only two, both of which I have listened to previously. I did listen to a total of 17 titles. 12 of the 17 were first time listens, or approximately 70.58%, which is more than two-thirds and the highest percentage of new listens in a single month so far.
Out of all of the items listened to, I would recommend "The Apollo Murders". It is a good murder mystery that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Plus, it's written by an actual astronaut.
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|The American Civil War (Great Courses)||Gary W. Gallagher||Yes|
|Years that Changed History: 1215 (Great Courses)||Dorsey Armstrong||Yes|
|Hornet Flight||Ken Follett||No|
|10 Women Who Ruled the Renaissance (Great Courses)||Mark Tufo||Yes|
|The Great Escape||Paul Brickhill||No|
|Pale Blue||Mike Jenne||Yes|
|Dusty’s Diary||Bobby Adair||Yes|
|Freedom’s Fire (Freedom’s Fire Book 1)||Bobby Adair||Yes|
|Freedom’s Fury (Freedom’s Fire Book 2)||Bobby Adair||Yes|
|Zero Day Code: A Novel of the End of days: a cyberwar apocalypse (Book 1)||John Birmingham||Yes|
|Fail State: A Novel of the End of days: a cyberwar apocalypse (Book 2)||John Birmingham||Yes|
|The Apollo Murders||Chris Hadfield||Yes|
|A Very Scalzi Christmas||John Scalzi||No|
|The Christmas Train||David Baldacci||No|
|Starship Grifters (Rex Nihilo Book 1)||Robert Kroese||No|
|Forerunner (AI Fleet Book 1)||Isaac Hooke||Yes|
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