My Bookshelf

Next to the projects you may discover in My Interests and other cares such as traveling and global politics, I read quite a lot and usually buy books second-hand in print for a Dollar or two.

The types include both fiction as well as non-fiction and the genre range goes from Science Fiction to Action to Adventure to Mystery to Thriller to (Auto-)Biographies to (Controversial) Literature to Suspense to Horror to Poetry and some Fantasy.

In My Bookshelf @Goodreads *), you’ll find some of the books, I am currently reading – habitually just before bedtime – or read in the past.

*) Goodreads is a “social cataloging” website for books. At the time of writing this, there were 80 million members registered, 2.3 billion books added and 80 million reviews recorded.

“Think before you speak. Read before you think.”
Fran Lebowitz
Der Trudeau Vektor
Quest
The Pillars of the Earth
Lautlos
Siddhartha
Illuminati
Der Schwarm
The Da Vinci Code
The Terror
Sandstorm
Limit
Narcissus and Goldmund
Giordano Bruno: Philosopher/Heretic
Janus: A Summing Up
Die Päpstin
On Life After Death
Sechs mal zwei
Der Letzte seiner Art
On Death and Dying
Der Medicus von Saragossa

Total 100+ Books | RSS & Atom → Subscribe To Feeds

Other Bookshelves

  • The Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books (its Open Library is an open, editable library catalog building towards a web page for every book ever published), movies, software, music, websites and more.
  • OCLC is a global library cooperative maintaining WorldCat which is the world’s most comprehensive database of information about library collections. Libraries cooperatively contribute, enhance and share bibliographic data for you to find items in libraries near you.
  • The Project Gutenberg was the first provider of free electronic books, or eBooks. As a very good source of researched information, I highly value all the major projects of the Wikimedia Foundation.

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