More Books for Moonlight...

Here are a few more good books:





Steven Brust - Brokedown Palace


C.J. Cherryh - Finisterre "series" [Rider at the Gate & Cloud's Rider]


Diane Duane - Young Wizards series.


Doris Egan - The Complete Ivory [trilogy omnibus]


Simon Hawke - The Whims of Creation


James Herriot - All Creatures Great and Small


Jim C. Hines - Janitors of the Post-Apocalypse and Jig the Goblin


Robin McKinley - Damar duology [The Blue Sword; The Hero and the Crown]


Adrian Tchaikovsky - Children of Time





Biomimicry:  Innovation Inspired by Nature by Janine M. Benyus [first book written on the subject, too bad she didn't include diagrams/photographs]


Germs, Genes & Civilization:  How Epidemics Shaped Who We Are Today by David P Clark [response to Guns, Germs and Steel]


Earth:  An Intimate History - Richard Fortey


Water:  the Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power and Civilizations


Squid Empire by Danna Staaf


Thirst - Steven Mithen


Beethoven - Jan Swafford