Woohoo, I’m late this week but things have been so hectic. Why? The Book Wars got a new home and I have been busy preparing for that. Or um, the site. Anyway, it’s complicated and I’m tired. But I got quite a bit of reading done…well, relatively.
Here’s what I read last week:
- The Bone Queen – Alison Croggon
It was as excellent as I had thought it would be and left me hankering to reread the first in the Pellinor series. I’m resisting because I just reread it this year but…
- Death Wears a Mask – Ashley Weaver
I quite enjoyed this one.
- A Useful Woman – Darcie Wilde
Yep, yet another series I’m going to follow.
- Heroine Complex – Sarah Kuhn
Oh this was fun! I can’t wait for the sequel.
- The Girl Who Drank the Moon – Kelly Barnhill
I looooved it!
- The Art of Subtext – Charles Baxter
I’m beyond disappointed by this one. It’s pretentious and honestly, I feel like the author rather likes the sound of his own voice. Right now I’m just gritting my teeth and trying to get through it.
- Champion of the Rose – Andrea K Host
This one is a reread. I am enjoying it as much as I did the first time around.
Reading in the Coming Days:
Once I finish Rose, I will read The Swan Riders by Erin Bow, probably with Heartless by Gail Carriger. After that is Vassa in the Night by Sarah Porter.