"What have you been reading these days?" asked the old friend.
"Do you really want a list?" I replied.
"Just tell me what's in the piles at your desk," said she.
And so, here:
- Earnest Lau, From Mission to Church.
- H.E. Wilson, Social Engineering in Singapore.
- Andy Kirkpatrick, English as a Lingua Franca in ASEAN.
- Tu Wei-Ming, Confucian Traditions in East Asian Modernity.
- Robert Winston, The Human Mind.
- Robert Winston, Bad Ideas?
- Sheri S Tepper, The Waters Rising.
- Gregory Maguire, What the Dickens.
- Stephen Hunt, Jack Cloudie.
- Alan K. Baker, The Martian Ambassador.
- Alan K. Baker, The Feaster from the Stars.
- Christopher Fowler, Bryant & May and The Memory of Blood.
- Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Collected John Carter of Mars (in 3 volumes).
- Antonio L. Rappa, Globalization: An Asian Perspective on Modernity and Politics in America.
- Emrys Chew (ed.), Goh Keng Swee: A Legacy of Public Service.
- Michael J. Sandel, Justice.
- Theodore Gray, The Elements.
They're all in various stages of being read, having just been read enough, or being prepared for reading. Sometimes, I drive myself mad, working on stuff that has nothing to do with what I'm reading. Sigh.
Labels: Books, Library, Reading