This is my list of the moment:
John Barnes’ Directive 51
John Barnes’ Daybreak Zero
Robert Merle's Malevil
David Crawford's (aka Halffast) Lights Out
Jim Crace's The Pesthouse
Vivi Andrew's Reawakening Eden
Wang Lixiong's China Tidal Wave
Risa Stephanie Bear’s These Will I Bring (Start of the Starvation Ridge Series)
Ken MacLeod's The Star Fraction
James Van Pelt’s Summer of the Apocalypse
Andrez Bergen's Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat
Walker Percy's Love In the Ruins
I am working on finishing the last two, but they are not long.
I am going to be starting working with some different people soon. This change should be a good thing, but along with the coming up Holidays, it will leave my schedule a little up in the air. I actually have a fair amount of posts back logged at the moment considering that I am going to start book review session. Possibly because some of these books were relatively lengthy, so the posting time to reading time was shorter.
Note that I did get to around to reading (or rereading as it were) some of the classics. Of course, since it is me, some of them are either quirky classics, or off the beaten trail classics. Of the classics, Malevil was originally published in French, Lights Out I read in the original pdf release, China Tidal Wave was a huge hit in its original Chinese language editions (something like 20) so it may be the best read all time apocalypse-in-progress novel ever, and Walker Percy's Love in the Ruins is a literary classic whose cache may be fading away a little bit.