Thursday, 17 December 2015

Tsana's December Status

You may have noticed that I missed posting my November status update. That's because I was visiting London (including the Harry Potter Studio Tour) around the time I should've posted my November update and by the time I got back and got organised I figured a review would be better than a list of new books. And then it sort of got a bit late. So for the second time this year, I present two months' worth of update in one!

What Have I Read?

A bunch of stuff!

What Am I Currently Reading?

I just picked up the last in Sean Williams's YA Twinmaker trilogy, Fall (or Hollowgirl in the US). But I'll probably pick up Harley Quinn: Hot in the City or another comic before I finish that one.

New Booksies

So many that I'm going to skip the pictures, this time. Assume purchased unless otherwise noted. In the order in which I acquired them:
  • Waiting for the Machines to Fall Asleep edited by Peter Oberg — an anthology of Swedish-authored science fiction stories (all written in English)
  • Lumberjanes Vol 2 by Noelle Stephenson — girls at camp in the forest comic
  • Thor Vol 1: Goddess of Thunder by Jason Aaron — new Thor
  • Of Sorrow and Such by Angela Slatter — a novella from NetGalley for review and already reviewed
  • Manners and Mutiny by Gail Carriger — the last novel in the Finishing School series
  • Thor Vol 2: Who Holds the Hammer by Jason Aaron — new Thor again
  • Newt's Emerald by Garth Nix — purchased hardcover because it was signed
  • Broken Prophecy by KJ Taylor — from NetGalley for review
  • The Incredible Adventures of Cinnamon Girl by Melissa Keil — YA, US edition (of Aussie book) also for review from NetGalley
  • Ms Marvel Vol 4: Last Days by G Willow Wilson — the last Ms Marvel collection before Secret Wars
  • Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps by Kelly Sue DeConnick — a Secret Wars Captain Marvel collection
  • A-Force Vol 0: Warzones — a all-female team book with its genesis in Secret Wars that will be continuing afterwards
  • Quartz by Rabia Gale — the first fantasy book in a new fantasy series
  • The White List by Nina D-Aleo — because Momentum, the publisher, was having a sale
  • He Died With a Felafel in His Hand by John Birmingham — also Momentum sale
  • We by Yevgeny Zamyatin — still Momentum sale
  • Fury by Charlotte McConaghy — last Momentum sale purchase
  • The Bloody Quarrel by Duncan Lay — for review from the publisher (who happens to be Momentum)
  • Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Vol 2: Squirrel You Know It's True — the funniest comic series around
  • On the Edge of Gone by Corinne Duyvis — upcoming YA apocalypse novel, for review from NetGalley. Also, the author's Defying Doomsday story is set in the same universe.
  • Spider-Gwen Vol 0: Most Wanted? by Jason Latour — a parallel universe in which Gwen Stacey was bitten by the radioactive spider instead of Peter Parker
  • Silk Vol 0: The Life and Times of Cindy Moon by Robbie Thompson and Stacey Lee — the same radioactive spider that bit Peter Parker also bit Cindy Moon but then she was locked in a bunker for ten years. Because female superheroes get the rawest deals.
  • Harley Quinn Vol 1: Hot in the City by Jimmy Palmiotti — because it was recommended to me as a good (and inoffensive) place to start
  • Private Eye Deluxe Edition by Brian K Vaughan — SF mystery comic, for review from NetGalley

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