I completely forgot to include Ursula K. Le Guin's Worlds of Exile and Illusion in my expanded January Book Faeries post! I'm placing it at the top of this list. :)
As a small addition, I will be adding the genre of each book to my description
This collection of Ursula K. Le Guin's Hainish series includes the first book she ever published--Rocannon's World, along with its two sequels. Readers familiar with The Left Hand of Darkness, and fans of that universe, will appreciate this edition (a nicely bound trade paperback)--it explores similar themes of sociological and political concern, gender, and anthropology. Or at least that's what I'm assuming based on what my professor told me. ;)
Genre: Science Fiction
Received: via BookCloseouts.com
Genre: Young Adult Science Fiction
Genre: Fantasy mostly, I would imagine.
Genre: Science Fiction tie-in novel
The following books, I'm afraid to admit, I'm not sure when I'll get to. They're not what I usually review here and so, if I get to them, the reviews may only be put on Goodreads. If you're interested, I will link to them from here.
Again, this is not something I would normally read, but sounds interesting.
Let me know what you think!