What Have I Read?
A bunch of stuff!
- Nimona by Noelle Stevenson — a graphic novel, fantasy
- Thor Vol 1: Goddess of Thunder by Jason Aaron — The new Thor is female
- The Illustrated Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by JK Rowling — pretty pictures
- Bitch Planet Book 1: Extraordinary Machine by Kelly Sue DeConnick — much feminism
- Dangerous by Shannon Hale — YA with aliens
- Of Sorrow and Such by Angela Slatter — fantasy novella, same world as Bitterwood Bible
- Ancillary Mercy by Ann Leckie — the excellent conclusion to an excellent science fiction series
- Thor Vol 2: Who Holds the Hammer? by Jason Aaron — Thor is still female and now we learn her secret identity
- Ms Marvel Vol 4: Last Days by G Willow Wilson — Ms Marvel as the apocalypse breaks out (a big one)
- The Shepherd's Crown by Terry Pratchett — the last Terry Pratchett book ever *sob*
- Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps by Kelly Sue DeConnick — no idea what's going on with Battleworld and the apocalypse
- A-Force Vol 0: Warzones by G Willow Wilson and Marguerite Bennett — still no idea what's going on with Battleworld
- Drachengott: Fire by KJ Taylor — the third quick read in the fantasy series
- Cold Comfort and Other Tales by David McDonald — three short stories, SFy
- The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Vol 2: Squirrel You Know It's True by Ryan North — one of the best comics around, no Battleworld
- Drachengott: Water by KJ Taylor — the dramatic conclusion to the fantasy series
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.
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