Time for another weekly check-in using WWW Wednesday, a meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. Want to participate? Simply answer the three questions below and tag the host site! Book covers link to Goodreads.
What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?
Currently Reading: SHOREFALL by Robert Jackson Bennett and THRAWN ASCENDENCY: GREATER GOOD by Timothy Zahn
Look at that, another reread! I’m breaking up my Viking books for the month with SHOREFALL, which will put me on track to read LOCKLANDS in May. I’m really glad I’m making time for these rereads, especially after the disaster that was going into FEVERED SUN unprepared.
I also started a new mood read, book two in the second THRAWN trilogy! GREATER GOOD has frustratingly been on my preliminary monthly TBRs a few times, but I kept bumping it for something else. So we’re just taking it out of the TBR equation altogether! Will probably take a few weeks to read through this one, especially with my chonky tomes on deck, but I’m excited to read STAR WARS again!
Recently Finished: THE JADE SETTER OF JANLOON and SUNDERED SOULS by Tim Hardie
As expected, tore through the new GREEN BONE SAGA novella in 24 hours! It’s a delightful read for those familiar with the world, those who haven’t read at least JADE CITY will get less out of it, which isn’t too surprising. Subterranean Press announced a second printing of JADE SETTER for later this year, so if you really want a special edition novella, hop to it!
I also read my self-published book for the month (and the final one I owed a review on, HUZZAH), SUNDERED SOULS and am pleased to report I thoroughly enjoyed it! For those who had issues with the pacing of the first book, HALL OF BONES, this one has a much tighter focus, getting you into the main action much more quickly. Full review this week!
Probable Next Read: THE HUNGER OF THE GODS by John Gwynne
Should have time to at least start this sequel this month, though I doubt I’ll get through all 600+ pages by the end of April. THE BLOODSWORN SAGA has been my first introduction to John Gwynne, and I find it highly likely that once the trilogy is finished, I’ll go back and read some of his other work.
What are you reading this week?