The Seventh Perfection by Daniel Polansky I don’t have big reading plans for the week since I’m trying to finish up a couple other books I started awhile back. This is just a wee little novella, so shouldn’t be too taxing! I anticipate this will be a great way to dip my proverbial toe into the waters of Polansky books. His Low Town series has been on my radar for awhile now – maybe I’ll check it out next!
The Trouble With Peace by Joe Abercrombie We gonna start off September right! I could no longer resist the urge to pick this up, despite having a few other books in my possession that will be released a bit sooner. Abercrombie is building the industrial age and showing off its worst. Can’t wait to see what kind of madness lies ahead.
The Vanished Queen by Lisbeth Campbell
When I initially stumbled across this book I was delighted by the lovely cover and somewhat dramatic synopsis. I’ve read a mere handful of pages as I type this, but am already enjoying it more than I had expected!
To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini
AHH!! First of all, a new Paolini book (and SciFi at that) is cause for much excitement. The fact that I got approved for an audiobook ARC is even more exciting! This is a huge book and the audio version clocks in at ~33 hours long so this is going to keep me busy for quite awhile.
The Last Uncharted Sky by Curtis Craddock
I was going to read this now anyway, but a hardcover copy showed up Saturday!! I had requested it so it wasn’t a surprise, but the timing was awesome. I’m ~150 pages in as I type this up and it’s a wild ride. Literally from the first page. Can’t wait to see how the series wraps up!
Demon in White by Christopher Ruocchio
YAY! I finally finished up Howling Dark and actually had to wait a few days before this became available on Audible. I’ve been loving the narration and decided to continue on with this format.
Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer
I COULDN’T RESIST!!! I actually pre-ordered this and it’s going to be such a throwback to high school. I remember finding the leaked version online all those years ago and I devoured all 60 pages or whatever it was. You better believe as soon as it arrives Tuesday I’ll be digging in!
The Shadows by Alex North
I’ve been awaiting the opportunity to get my hands on this and lo, it was one of the offers on NetGalley’s new audiobook feature! I haven’t had time to listen to more than a couple chapters, but I’m already intrigued and enjoying the narration. Looking forward to Alex North’s latest tale of horror/mystery.
I’ll also be finishing up Chaos Vector by Megan E. O’Keefe this week!
Chaos Vector by Megan E. O’Keefe
I really, really enjoyed Velocity Weapon, and have been eagerly awaiting the sequel since this time last year. I’ve forgotten a few of the important details and need to find a quick refresher before I get any further into this installment. I’ve been on on a roll with sci-fi lately and hopefully this is another win!
Nothing new this week! I’m still working my way through Howling Dark in audio format and it will be accompanying me on a few long drives this week. As I write this I’m also about halfway through Ashes of the Sun by Django Wexler. It’s fantastic and I hope to finish it early this week. Once that’s finished I’ll be picking Unconquerable Sun by Kate Elliott again. I wasn’t really feeling it when I started it a couple weeks ago – not because it was bad, but I just wasn’t in the mood and picked up a lighter read instead.
Howling Dark by Christopher Ruocchio
Finally time to check out the second book because Demon in White is out later this month!! Gotta catch up and know what’s going on for the new installment. These books are quite long, so I probably will finish up the audiobook just in time for the new book’s release date.
Ashes of the Sun by Django Wexler
YAYYYY!! I’m so excited to finally sit down and actually read this! I’ve greatly enjoyed Django Wexler’s other series and hope this one is just as engaging and well written. The synopsis sounds pretty fab.