3. Asimov's Guide to the Bible, Volume II: The New Testament (Isaac Asimov)
I read the first volume in this series in the summer of 2008, I think, and purchased this in the fall of 2009. Still haven't gotten around to reading it, but I certainly don't regret buying it -- as with many other rare Asimov books in my collection, the price for finding a copy has risen sharply. I say carpe diem and buy the books whenever I spy a good opportunity.
4 Marcus Aurelius: A Life, Frank McLynn
5. Triangle, Isaac Asimov
Triangle contains the original Empire trilogy. I purchased it in...oh, the fall of 2008, and in the years since I've read a third of it. I want to finish the Empire series this year, though, so it may be stricken from the list at some point this year.
6. The Captain's Table anthology
This book collects...four or five books into one very BIG book. I bought it because at $2, it was a bargain on Amazon. Never read it, though, nor even started to. I would've, but last year I started getting back into Trek literature and reading dozens of standalone novels set in the new shared continuity.
7. A People's History of the World, Chris Harman
8. ....that Michael Crichton anthology containing several novels which I also picked up in the library discard bookstore and can't even FIND now.
I can't remember its title, or any of the books in it. But I paid .50 cents for it, and it's...somewhere in my bedroom, hiding under stacks of books.
9 & 10. Various Isaac Asimov science books.