I'm sure we have had this thread before but damned if I can find it.
Courtesy of a short hospital stay, nothing serious, more observation but it gave me a bit of time to catch up.
"The Last Man on the Moon" Eugene Cernan, is well worth a look, the title is a bit of a misnomer he covers the entire U.S. space programme from Redstone through to Apollo 17, never quite read about it that way.
I happened to be in Florida when 16 went up, made it to the beach in time to see the launch - utterly awesome is the only way to describe it.
Then I switched tracks and grabbed a thriller, "Kilo Class" Patrick Robinson - pretty good, only about a third through at the moment.
I get home and realise I'm deep into the "Clancy" latest, True Faith and Allegiance" but forgot to take it with me, so now, as is my usual thing I'm reading more than one book, plus magazines, never bothers me.
Whatever IEEE sends me
APC ( most months)
Scientific American, really must get a sub, the ad hoc price is scary :)
Nexus (I don't mind their content, many seem to - does it influence me ? Probably not, but an open mind is one way to stay young ;) )
So, what's in your pile ?
Oh, I didn't get to that yet :)