Books I read in May 2022

Publications I finished studying (or rereading) in May 2022…

  • Road Details, Shane Safir & Jamila Dugan (education)
  • The Gate to Women’s Nation, Sheri Tepper (sci fi)
  • The Black Company, Glen Cook (fantasy)
  • My Favorites, Ben Bova (sci fi)
  • Acheron Salvation, Ken Lozito (sci fi)
  • Acheron Redemption, Ken Lozito (sci fi)
  • His Identify Was Wren, Rob Winters (sci fi)
  • King’s Blood 4, Sheri Tepper (sci fi)
  • Necromancer Nine, Sheri Tepper (sci fi)
  • Wizard’s Eleven, Sheri Tepper (sci fi)
  • Salvage Title, Kevin Steverson (sci fi)
  • Salvage Fleet, Kevin Steverson (sci fi)
  • Salvage System, Kevin Steverson (sci fi)
  • Race In opposition to Time, Piers Anthony (sci fi)
  • The Judge’s Record, John Grisham (lawful thriller)
  • Misjudged, James Chandler (legal thriller)
  • Corsair, Chris Bunch (fantasy)
  • The Prince’s Blade, Christopher Mitchell (fantasy)
  • A Video game of Extremes: 25 Fantastic Baseball Stories, Roy Lingster (baseball)

I definitely relished Avenue Data. It is an introduction to qualitative / motion study in training with a potent equity lens. I really advise it!

Hope you’re reading a thing entertaining much too!

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