What Have I Read?
Not enough. Some pretty solid books though.
- Symbiont by Mira Grant — the sequel to Parasite.
- The Hush by Skye Melki-Wegner — an awesome standalone YA book.
- The Three Body Problem by Cixin Liu — hard science fiction set in China in the present day and also during the Cultural Revolution.
- Cherry Crow Children by Deborah Kalin — the latest addition to the Twelve Planets series of story collections
- The Last Quarrel: Episode One by Duncan Lay — the first part of a novel being released in parts.
The rest of The Last Quarrel by Duncan Lay, for obvious reasons. I'm also part way through Black Dove, White Raven by Elizabeth Wein. I've put it down for the moment since I'm not quite in the mood. I'm also part way through A.K.A. Fudgepuddle by Fin J Ross, a cute book about the inner lives of cats (in a fictional sense) that I keep dipping into.
More than last month. And all of them except one are by Australian women. Go team AWW!
- Graced by Amanda Pillar — review copy, also the author is a friend
- Liesmith by Alis Franklin — my husband wanted it based off an internet recommendation
- The Astrologer's Daughter by Rebecca Lim — review copy
- God's War by Kameron Hurley — the only not AWW, bought because of something the author said online and because I liked The Mirror Empire.
- Pyramids of London by Andrea K Höst — Purchased because I've enjoyed the author's other books
- Cherry Crow Children by Deborah Kalin — early copy because I helped proofread it. Already reviewed
- Skin by Ilka Tampke — Purchased because it contains my favourite Welsh historical figure
- Hunt for Valamon by DK Mok — review copy