2022 -- A Year of Learning in Review

Similar to 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021, I would like to take a few moments to reflect on the books that I have read. However, this year was devoted to personal losses, and rediscovering an old hobby in a new form. Here are the titles I read / took notes on during 2022. My final count was 24, down from 2021 when I completed 29.

AudioBooks / Lectures on YouTube
Frank Harris — The Magic Glasses
Robert E. Howard — Kull: The Mirrors of Tuzun Thune
Robert E. Howard — Kull of Atlantis, The Conqueror: The Shadow Kingdom
J.M. Barrie — Peter Pan

AudioBooks on Audible
Fritz Leiber — Swords Against Death
Edgar Allan Poe — The Fall of the House of Usher
W.Y. Evans-Wentz — The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries
Bernard Cornwell — Agincourt
Bernard Cornwell — Waterloo: The History of Four Days, Three Armies, and Three Battles
Louis L’Amour — Raiders of High Rock: A Novel

Edgar Rice Burroughs — Tarzan of the Apes

Dick Francis — Straight
Michael Moorcock — Elric of Melniboné: The Elric Saga Part 1
Michael Lewis — Liar’s Poker

Kindle/Apple Books
H.G. Wells — Little Wars
Donald Featherstone — War Games Battles and Manoeuvres With Model Soldiers
Phil Barker — Introduction to Ancient Wargaming and WRG 6th Edition Ancient Rules: 3000 BC to 1485 AD
Tony Bath — Ancient Wargaming
Dick Francis — Dead Cert
Donald Featherstone — Wargaming Campaigns
Donald Featherstone — Solo Wargaming
Donald Featherstone — Advanced War Games: Ideas for Wargaming Edgar Rice Burroughs — The Master Mind of Mars

John Norman — Tarnsmen of Gor