I finished The Burning Page last night, an entertaining romp like the previous two. Revenant Gun starts tonight.Authority completed. I think I enjoyed it more than the first one, despite the fact that it's something that infuriates me - the middle book of a trilogy that doesn't work without the books either side if it.
I feel in the mood to complete a few of the outstanding trilogies where I've read the first two, so it's The Burning Page - Genevieve Cogman next, followed by Revenant Gun - Yoon Ha Lee and then finish the Southern Reach trilogy with Acceptance.
And it's only the 9th!I'm not keeping up with this very well.
So far this month I've read
Red Angel: Book II Raiders by C. R. Daems --- much like the first book, good enough, but nothing earth shattering. I will likely continue the series another time.
Dead Souls by Angela Marsons book 6 of the D. I. Kim Stone series. A very British detective series which keeps sending me back to Google to decipher some of the British slang.
Deranged by T.R. Ragan; A Jessie Cole Novel. In my opinion T.R. Ragan writes some of the most on target detective fiction out there. Cracking good series.
Am now reading:
Paper Wife by Laila Ibrahim so far it is compelling story about a Chinese immigrant to the United States in 1923 who comes as someone pretending to be someone else a "paper wife." I have high hopes for this.
I've read Carol Clerk's book and I think it's an interesting scenario that with the two books, you essentially get a very similar story but from two very different perspectives. Worthy companionsOther Great Hawkwind books are Carol Clerks Saga of and Ian Abraham’s recently republished Sonic Assassins...
Just finished The Spirit Of Hawkwind - definitely essential reading for any Hawkwind fan. Now turning my attention to Herman Hesse's Steppenwolf.
25 years. I read it when I was at uni which makes it about 38 years ago. Not sure I understood it mind!I enjoyed this when I read it (about 25 years ago).