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Books Read 2015

Here's the list of what I read in 2015 – 65 is the most books I've read in a few years.

As always, it's an eclectic mix of fiction, non-fiction, D&D books and other RPGs, and graphic novels, in both print and eBook formats.

1. Grandeville Noel by Bryan Talbot
2. The Golden Fool by Robin Hobb
3. 13 True Ways (13th Age)
4. The Wreck of Volund's Glory by Wade Rockett (13th Age/Midgard adventure)
5. Hogfather by Terry Pratchett
6. Not Dead Enough by Peter James
7. Town Backdrop: Deksport by Creighton Broadhurst (Raging Swan Press)
8. The Location Crafter by Tana Pigeon (Word Mill)
9. Fool's Fate by Robin Hobb
10. Dear Committee Members by Julie Schumacher
11. The Murky Deep (AD&D 2e adventure)
12. The Immortals of Meluha by Amish
13. Nemo: Heart of Ice by Alan Moore & Kevin O'Neill
14. The 45% Factor by Stuart Macbride
15. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
16. Hellboy: Wake the Devil by Mike Mignola
17. The Outcast Blade by Jon Courtenay Grimwood
18. You Are Dead by Peter James
19. Nemo: The Roses of Berlin by Alan Moore & Kevin O'Neill
20. Nemo: River of Ghosts by Alan Moore & Kevin O'Neill
21. Interesting Times by Terry Pratchett
22. Broken Monsters by Lauren Bewkes
23. Play Dirty 2 - Even Dirtier by John Wick
24. Kobold Guide to Magic (Kobold Press)
25. Make Your Own Luck by Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan (13th Age adventure)
26. White Night by Jim Butcher
27. Numenera by Monte Cook
28. Eyes of the Stone Thief by Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan (13th Age Adventure)
29. Uprooted by Naomi Novik
30. Primeval Thule (Sasquatch Game Studio)
31. Dead Man’s Footsteps by Peter James
32. The Wilful Princess and the Piebald Prince by Robin Hobb
33. The Truth by Terry Pratchett
34. The Exiled Blade by Jon Courtenay Grimwood
35. Six Years by Harlan Coben
36. The Hero of Ages by Brandon Sanderson
37. Hellboy: Conqueror Worm by Mike Mignola
38. Make Me by Lee Child
39. The Wicked + The Divine: Vol. 1, The Faust Act by Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie
40. The Wicked + The Divine: Vol. 2, Fandemonium by Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie
41. The City and the City by China Mieville
42. Southlands by Wolfgang Baur, Ben McFarland & Brian Suskind (Kobold Press)
43. The Strangling Sea by Robin D Laws (13th Age adventure)
44. The Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett
45. The Scroll of Years by Chris Willrich
46. The Road to Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson
47. Eeny Meeny by M J Aldridge
48. The Forgotten Monk by Greg Stolze
49. Small Wars by Lee Child
50. The Strange by Bruce Cordell
51. Eschatology Code by Bruce Cordell (The Strange adventure)
52. The Story of the Stone by Barry Hughart
53. Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide (D&D 5e)
54. Night of the Yellow Moon by John Dunn (13th Age/Primeval Thule adventure)
55. The Last Continent by Terry Pratchett
56. The Lost Tower of Viondor by Jason Nelson (13th Age/Primeval Thule adventure)
57. Out of the Abyss (D&D 5e adventure)
58. A Red and Pleasant Land by Zak S (Lamentations of the Flame Princess)
59. Freeing Nethus by Christina Stiles (Midgard adventure)
60. Sweetgirl by Travis Mulhauser
61. Cat and Mouse by Richard Pett (5e Southlands adventure)
62. Southlands Heroes by Rich Howard (5e Southlands)
63. Fool’s Assassin by Robin Hobb
64. Doors Open by Ian Rankin
65. Northlanders Book 5: Metal and Other Stories by Brian Wood
66. The Autumnlands Book 1: Tooth & Claw by Kurt Busiek & Benjamin Dewey

I also read quite a few monthly comics which aren't on this list but I enjoyed Rat Queens, Copperhead, Lazarus, Pathfinder: Origins and The Sandman: Overture.

Oh, and for those of you that are interested, my album of the year was Skinny Lister's Down on Deptford Broadway – thanks very much to Matt for suggesting we went to see them live! 
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