List of books read in 1981

What I have read since 1974

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 TitleAuthor(s)PagesSourceDate
822The making of Star trekStephen E. Whitfield
Gene Roddenberry
414b1/2/1981
823The Best of Trek: from the magazine for Star Trek fansG. B. Love
Walter Irwin
369b1/10/1981
824The best of Trek #2: from the magazine for Star Trek fansG. B. Love
Walter Irwin
383b1/17/1981
827Star Trek log sixAlan Dean Foster195b3/17/1981
828Mars!Jeff Rovin244c3/22/1981
829Star trek ; log sevenAlan Dean Foster182b4/14/1981
830Star trek: log eightAlan Dean Foster183b4/17/1981
831South AmericaWilliam E. Carter86c4/26/1981
832Star Trek log nineAlan Dean Foster183b4/30/1981
833Star Trek log tenAlan Dean Foster250b5/2/1981
834An introduction to controlled thermonuclear fusionM. O. Hagler
M. Kristiansen
188ill5/11/1981
835Star Trek, the motion picture: a novelGene Roddenberry
Alan Dean Foster
252ill5/14/1981
836Star trek, the new voyagesSondra Marshak
Myrna Culbreath
237b5/21/1981
837The price of the phoenixSondra Marshak
Myrna Culbreath
182b5/30/1981
838The fate of the phoenixSondra Marshak
Myrna Culbreath
262b6/5/1981
839Lucy, the beginnings of humankindDonald C. Johanson
Maitland Edey
409c6/10/1981
840Star trek 12James Blish
A. Lawrence
177ewl6/13/1981
841Star Trek: the new voyages, 2Sondra Marshak
Myrna Culbreath
252b6/19/1981
842Spock, Messiah!Theodore R. Cogswell
Charles A. Spanjo
182b6/25/1981
843CosmosCarl Sagan365c6/28/1981
844Columbia and beyond: the story of the space shuttleFranklyn Mansfield Branley88wi6/28/1981
845The making of the trek conventions: or, How to throw a party for 12,000 of your most intimate friendsJoan Winston252ill6/30/1981
846Star trek, a taste of ArmageddonRobert D. Hamner
Gene L. Coon
157b7/2/1981
847Day of the doveJerome Bixby152b7/2/1981
848Star trek, where no man has gone beforeSamuel Anthony Peeples159b7/3/1981
849The Empire strikes backDonald F. Glut214c7/4/1981
850The flight of the horseLarry Niven212b7/10/1981
851Space 1999: #1, Planets of perilMichael Butterworth173b7/13/1981
852Trek to Madworld: a Star Trek novelStephen Goldin177b7/14/1981
853Mystery at the ski jumpCarolyn Keene196c7/15/1981
854The clue of the dancing puppetCarolyn Keene196c7/15/1981
855The double jinx mysteryCarolyn Keene196c7/16/1981
856The phantom of Pine HillCarolyn Keene196c7/17/1981
857The invisible intruderCarolyn Keene196c7/17/1981
858The crooked banisterCarolyn Keene196c7/18/1981
859Star trek, a piece of the actionDavid P. Harmon
Gene L. Coon
157b7/20/1981
860Star trek, the deadly yearsDavid P. Harmon150b7/20/1981
861Space 1999Michael Butterworth157b7/20/1981
862A hole in spaceLarry Niven196b7/21/1981
863Star trek: good news in modern imagesBetsy Caprio156ill7/30/1981
864Murmurs of Earth: the Voyager interstellar recordCarl Sagan276c8/1/1981
865Broca's brain: reflections on the romance of scienceCarl Sagan398c8/5/1981
866Meaning in Star TrekKarin Blair157ill8/8/1981
867Einstein's brain: a novelMark Olshaker323c8/10/1981
868A world out of time: a novelLarry Niven243c8/12/1981
869RingworldLarry Niven342b8/16/1981
870The Ringworld engineersLarry Niven357c8/19/1981
871ProtectorLarry Niven218b8/22/1981
872Neutron starLarry Niven285b8/25/1981
873Star trek, the motion picture: the photostory285ewl8/26/1981
874When Harlie was one: a novelDavid Gerrold247c8/29/1981
875Einstein's universeNigel Calder154b9/7/1981
876Red star in orbitJames E. Oberg272ewl9/12/1981
877The hitchhiker's guide to the galaxyDouglas Adams215c9/15/1981
878The dragons of Eden: speculations on the evolution of human intelligenceCarl Sagan263c9/20/1981
879The wind from the sun; stories of the space ageArthur Charles Clarke193c9/22/1981
880From atoms to quarks: an introduction to the strange world of particle physicsJames S. Trefil225ill9/30/1981
881Skylab: a guidebookLeland F. Belew245b10/3/1981
882Soviet space exploration; the first decadeWilliam Roy Shelton339rw10/7/1981
883Mastering Rubik's cube: the solution to the 20th century's most amazing puzzleDon Taylor31c10/8/1981
884The comet is coming!: The feverish legacy of Mr. HalleyNigel Calder160b10/10/1981
885U.S. on the moon; what it means to usUS. News & World Report253rw10/17/1981
886The simple solution to Rubik's cubeJames G. Nourse64c11/2/1981
887Man discovers the galaxiesRichard Berendzen228c11/3/1981
888Satellites and what they doWalter B. Hendrickson272c11/3/1981
889Apollo expeditions to the moonEdgar Cortright313ill11/12/1981
890Apollo 14: science at Fra MauroWalter Froehlich48ill11/12/1981
891Nuclear nightmares: an investigation into possible warsNigel Calder168b11/17/1981
892The Martian landscape: the 1:5,000,000 map seriesLander Imaging Team160ill11/29/1981
893American space exploration; the first decadeWilliam Roy Shelton367ill12/6/1981
894Viking project: hearings before the Subcommittee on Space Science and Applications of the Committee on Science and Astronautics, U.S.United States. Congress House Committee on Science and Technology298ill12/10/1981
895The cosmic connection; an extraterrestrial perspectiveCarl Sagan274b12/13/1981
896To the red planetEric Burgess181ill12/14/1981
897The right stuffTom Wolfe436c12/27/1981
898The physicistsC. P. Snow192c12/28/1981
899Pictorial guide to the planetsJoseph Hollister Jackson
John H. Baumert
246b12/31/1981
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