Thursday, May 03, 2018

What I read -- April 2018


Library Hold Challenge #6: “A Tree of Bones” by Gemma Files. Book 3. Might as well finish them off! The hardest thing here is the large cast. Also, most of the progression seems to happen through dialog. I could learn a lot from Gemma Files, I think.

LHC #7: “Grunt” by Mary Roach. If I recall correctly, Kameron Hurley read a whole bunch of Mary Roach books last year or the year before, and that’s how this wound up on my library hold list. It’s incredibly readable and the sense of humor matches mine really well.

LHC #8: “Shadow and Bone” by Leigh Bardugo. This was a very fast read. I just loved Mal and Alina’s connection, and the worldbuilding was fantastic.

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