Posted by: Kash Farooq | December 16, 2012

The Little Atoms 2012 Top 10 Book List

Little Atoms

Neil Denny is the host of the excellent Little Atoms podcast and radio show (broadcast on Resonance FM). Last year he tweeted his top 10 books for 2011 and I blogged it for him.

He has recently Tweeted his top 10 books for 2012. The rules are:

To qualify, the books had to be published in either hardback or paperback in 2012.

So, here is the Little Atoms Top 10 for 2012. The Tweets have also been Storyfied. The list is in order of interview broadcast rather than order of preference:

#1 You Can’t Read This Book by @NickCohen4

#1. You Can't Read This Book by @NickCohen4

#2 The West End Front by @DrMatthewSweet

#2. The West End Front by @DrMatthewSweet

#3 Dead Water by @simonings

#3. Dead Water by @simonings

#4 Hope: A Tragedy by Shalom Auslander

#4. Hope - A Tragedy by Shalom Auslander

#5 The Geek Manifesto by @markgfh

#5. The Geek Manifesto by @markgfh

#6 The Young Atheist’s Handbook by @alomshaha

#6. The Young Atheist's Handbook by @alomshaha

#7 Masters of the Planet by Ian Tattersall

#7. Masters of the Planet by Ian Tattersall

#8 Pieces of Light by @cfernyhough

#8. Pieces of Light by @cfernyhough

#9 Like a Virgin by Aarathi Prasad

#9. Like a Virgin by Aarathi Prasad

#10 On the Origin of Tepees by @jonniehughes

#10. On the Origin of Tepees by @jonniehughes

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