The War of the Worlds and other science fiction classics by H.G. Wells
A collection of stories by the latter named; titles follows:
The Time Machine
The Island of Dr. Moreau; never read it, gives off a horror vibe.
The Invisible Man
The War of the Worlds
The First Men on the Moon; never read, obviously outdated but nice to disbelieve for a while.
The Food of the Gods; never read, odd story, I can't really relate to it.
Grumbles from the Grave by Robert Heinlein edited by Virginia Heinlein
Consists of letters by Robert about his writing career, disagreements with editors/publishers, various things. I didn't know that Stranger in a Strange Land took years to write. Robert had the basic idea but couldn't quite make it fit/work right, put it on the shelf for later.
Garfield Fat Cat 3 Pack Vol. 4 by Jim Davis
Garfield Fat Cat 3 Pack Vol. 1 by Jim Davis
The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin
An envoy is sent to planet of Winter to persuade its leaders to join the Ekumen; A quasi interstellar civilization seeking to unite all humans peacefully. He has to contend with its alien culture. The people are androgynous/neuter; they can became male or female and breed for a short time.
The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula K. Le Guin
A man's dreams can change reality. But he doesn't want to change reality. In legally mandated therapy for drug abuse, his psychiatrist finds about his patient's dreaming power and tried to achieve utopia. But it gets worse.
1979 Annual World's Best SF edited by Donald A. Wollheim; short stories by various favorite authors.
The Voices of Heaven by Frederick Pohl
An antimatter fuel expert is shanghaied to a colony where earthquakes are frequent but contains intelligent life. His bipolar disorder not being treated begins to affect his colony life. A couple of religious leaders doesn't help colony matters either. An okay book; mixed feelings. Books finished in 2018