What’s On The Bookshelf? – VII

Aha. The boxes for packing have finally arrived home.
That means you are going to get a condensed pounding of bookshelf details until they are all packed away. I promise it shouldn’t be too painful.

I have two shelves left to go, plus the stacks on top of this particular bookcase, so lets not waste any more precious time with introductions.

Here are the books.

  • Letters from Egypt: A Journey on the Nile 1849-1850 – Florence Nightingale
  • Amber and Ashes – Margaret Weis
  • Time of the Twins – Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
  • War of the Twins – Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
  • Test of the Twins – Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
  • The Name of the Rose – Umberto Eco
  • The Unlucky Family – Mrs Henry de la Pasture
  • Fugitive Prince – Janny Wurts
  • The five people you meet in heaven – Mitch Albom
  • Property Investment in New Zealand – Martin Hawes
  • The Tao of Pooh – Benjamin Hoff
  • Anansi Boys – Neil Gaiman
  • Star Trek III: The Search for Spock – Vonda McIntyre
  • Pushing Ice – Alastair Reynolds
  • Pawn of Prophecy – David Eddings
  • Queen of Sorcery – David Eddings
  • Enchanter’s End Game – David Eddings
  • Guardians of the West – David Eddings
  • Castle of Wizardry – David Eddings
  • Belgarath the Sorcerer – David and Leigh Eddings
  • The Earthsea Quartet – Ursula Le Guin
  • The Road to Mars – Eric Idle
  • Better than Life – Grant Naylor
  • Greatheart – Dixie Lee McKeone
  • Red Dwarf – Grant Naylor
  • The Collins Robert French Dictionary
  • The Collins English Dictionary
  • The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language
  • The Aztecs, Maya, and their Predecessors – Muriel Porter Weaver
  • Managing Organisations – Stephen Robbins and Debu Mukerji
  • A Shadow on the Glass – Ian Irvine
  • Planning and Building Paths
  • Roses – Bill Ward
  • Colour London Streetfinder
  • Dragons of Summer Flame – Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
  • Weaveworld – Clive Barker
  • Faerie Tale – Raymond E. Feist
  • A Darkness at Sethanon – Raymond E. Feist
  • Silverthorn – Raymond E. Feist
  • Signs of Life – M. John Harrison
  • Ender’s Game – Orson Scott Card
  • Sniper’s Moon – Carsten Stroud
  • The Spider’s Test – Dixie Lee McKeone
  • Growing Plants for Free: A propagation guide – Geoff Bryant
  • Vegetable Gardening in New Zealand – Ralph Ballinger
  • Bar Companion – Bridget Jones
  • Booth’s Handbook of Cocktails and Mixed Drinks – John Doxat
  • The Water Garden – Philip Swindells
  • Calligraphy Made Easy – Gaynor Goffe
  • Persuasive Presentations – Geoffrey Moss
  • Yates Garden Guide
  • Companion Planting in New Zealand – Brenda Little
  • The Origins of Civilization – ed. William H. McNeill and Jean W. Sedlar
  • The Celts – Nora Chadwick
  • The Waning of the Middle Ages – J. Huizinga
  • From Roman Britain to Norman England – P.H. Sawyer
  • Traditional Knitting
  • Europe in the Sixteenth Century – David Maland
  • Europe in the Seventeenth Century – David Maland
  • Europe in the Sixteenth Century – H.G.Koenigsberger and George L. Mosse
  • Seventeenth Century Europe – D.H. Pennington

I should give fair notice on this particular shelf. Nearly all of the fantasy fiction listed is the other half of the OhWaily household’s taste. I have only read a tiny smattering of them.

And here ends the second to last shelf. Only one to go! Then I can move on to attending to the hernia that develops through the lugging around of awkwardly shaped and sized books while trying to pack them into boxes.
See you at the next edition.

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