Book Backlog

My book buying/borrowing has finally exceeded my time (and probably my brain’s capacity to maintain a coherent string of thoughts). This is my backlog of books to be read, in the order I found them on the shelves. A ‘*’ denotes a book that I have read previously and have recently purchased to re-read.
The Corrections, Jonathan Franzen
On Basilisk Station, David Weber
A Brief History of Time, Stephen Hawking
Stephen Hawking, Michael White
What Do you Care What Other People Think, Richard Feynman
Passage, Connie Willis
Night Lamp, Jack Vance
The Crucible of Creation, Conway Morris
We, Yevgeny Zamyatin*
Small Gods, Terry Pratchett*
Damned To Success, Hans Helmut Kurst
Dune Messiah, Frank Herbert
The Universe in a Nutshell, Stephen Hawking
My question is, what does this backlog say about me? Are these books indicative of my personality? Do they speak of my likes and dislikes? Are they in this perpetual backlog because I have been resisting reading them, and therefore reveal something more about myself than just a person who seems to have a lot of science and science fiction books?
If you don’t hear from me, you can assume I have drowned in a sea of words.