Most of what I read is research papers and academic books that need to be annotated and reviewed, they are also written mostly in tiny letters and scientific notation, so I trudge, I normally mark my progress and usually average about 10-30 pages/day , So about a month per academic book + about a paperback of less serious stuff per week and about 4-6 instructional books per year + maybe a couple hundred research and white papers and countless articles, so about 50 -60 books is my best guess, but the bulk of reading has moved online though.
- Re-reading: Don Normans "The design of everyday Things"
- Main research book: Rhythms of the brain (Buzsáki)
- Secondary research book: A.I. a modern approach.(Russell)
- I also have a paper from hell something like 100 pages about how the hippocampus works.
Just finished The Secrets of Happy Families, highly recommended and Leviathan ( a graphic novel).