- Anansi Boys, by Neil Gaiman
- Little Brother, by Cory Doctorow
- Family Magic, by Patti Larsen
- Being Mortal, by Atul Gawande
- The H-Spot, the Feminist Pursuit of Happiness, by Jill Filipovic
- Dreamland, by Sam Quinones
Is there anything that Neil Gaiman writes that isn't brilliant, or at least really good? Not so far as I've noticed (except Sandman, which was a bit much for me)
Little Brother was a re-read - and still pretty damn good.
Family Magic was a quick just-for-fun read. Good for what it was.
Being Mortal was well done, and gives all of us something to think about when it comes to end of life decisions.
The H-Spot, well presented argument about the importance of women's happiness for everyone.
Dreamland, a disheartening report on the opioid epidemic and the horrible break down of any kind of a safety network.