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* [[The Magic of Reality]] by [[Richard Dawkins]]
 
* [[The Magic of Reality]] by [[Richard Dawkins]]
 
* [[The Man's Book: The Essential Guide For the Modern Man]] by [[Thomas Fink]]
 
* [[The Man's Book: The Essential Guide For the Modern Man]] by [[Thomas Fink]]
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* [[Masters of Doom|Masters of Doom: How Two Guys Created an Empire and Transformed Pop Culture]] by [[David Kushner]]
 
* [[Maybe Yes, Maybe No]] by [[Dan Barker]]
 
* [[Maybe Yes, Maybe No]] by [[Dan Barker]]
 
* [[Mind Over Matter: Conversations With the Cosmos]] by [[K. C. Cole]]
 
* [[Mind Over Matter: Conversations With the Cosmos]] by [[K. C. Cole]]

Revision as of 13:10, 25 November 2019

This is a categorized list of all the books I've read, to the best of my memory. The current total is around 520 books. You can also see the category to see every book that has its own page.

Ancient Writings

Books in this category are over 500 years old.

Baby Books

These books are meant to be read to babies.

Biographies & Memoirs

These are non-fiction biographies or memoirs.

Comics

These are collections of newspaper comics, not graphic novels.

Field Guides

These are non-fiction nature guides.

Fiction

This is general fiction targeted to elementary level reading and higher.

Game Books

Books in this list have game elements to them.

Graphic Novels

These are books are presented in comic form, but carry a coherent story and are usually targeted towards teens or adults.

Non-Fiction

This is general non-fiction for children and adults.

Poetry

These are books consisting mostly of poetry.

Video Game Guides

These books are published works that act as guides for video games. I rarely read a video game guide cover-to-cover, but there have been some exceptions.

Young Children's Books

Books in this list are for young children who either can't yet read, or are learning to read. These books usually rely heavily on illustrations.