January 2017 Reading Log


Here is my reading log from January 2017. It has been a year since I last updated my reading logs here. But I am back. And with a new and improved clickable HTML table – as opposed to the images I was posting last year. Now, clicking on the book titles will take you to their Amazon pages via my affiliate link.


The best fiction book I read in January is Throne of the Crescent Moon by Saladin Ahmed. The world building is amazing. The plot is quite different, and the setting is muslim / arabic / desert. Something I just don’t get to read often. Very highly recommended for those who like well written, beautiful stories with unorthodox heroes. I am now eagerly waiting for the next instalment in this series. A very close runner-up was N.K.Jemisin’s The Fifth Season – again, the first book in the series.

For my fiction pick, it has to be The E-Myth Revisited by Michel E.Gerber – just because of the sheer amount I learnt about starting and running a small-business. Practial, eminently useful and the timing for this information was just right – and so this book won over both Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harris and
Spark Joy by Marie Kondo
, both excellent books which I will be re-reading.

January 2017

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
1 2 3 4
Tribe
Sebastian Junger
(library book)
5 6 7
8 9 10 11
Sapiens
Yuval Noah Harari
(book)
12 13 14
15 16 17 18
The Fifth Season
N.K.Jemisin
(library ebook)
19 20 21
22 23
Spark Joy
Marie Kondo
(library book)
24 25
Throne of the Crescent Moon
Saladin Ahmed
(library book)
26
The E-Myth Revisited
Michael E. Gerber
(ebook)
27 28
29 30 31

You can find all my previous Reading logs here

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