Wireless by Charles Stross
Short stories. Some were good. Some too dry, felt like filler - meandering time travel stories with no plot.
Line War (Agent Cormac 5) by Neal L. Asher
Interesting. Some intrigue. Read like the Silver Surfer meets powerful AIs. Last book in the Ian Cormac saga.
The Fifth Head of Cerberus: Three Novellas by Gene Wolfe
Surreal, feverish, strange, slightly disjoint, even satisfying at first a but mildly disappointing ending.
Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion (Collins Business Essentials) by Robert B. Cialdini
A brief distraction from Sci-Fi. I bought the book after watching his interview on Youtube. Not a bad read.
Marooned in Realtime (Peace War) by Vernor Vinge
Takes post apocalyptic novel to a new level. Pretty impressive time scales, although a bit sad and disappointing in the end.
Duplicate Effort: A Retrieval Artist Novel (Retrieval Artist Novels) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Average. Beginner writer. Starts off in a mildly interesting, vintage Asimov type of setting but the writer's inexperience shows.
Courtship Rite by Donald Kingsbury
Couldn't finish it. Waste of time.