On Tap 09/28

Currently Reading

• The Buried Giant – by Kazuo Ishiguro

This week’s audiobook, very little to say so far about this classic-feeling fantasy. Something about an amnesiac binding, a few far-flung warriors, and mystery. Huh, hope it’s good!

• The Land You Never Leave – by Angus Watson

With Where the Gods Fear to Go coming out in December, it must be time to dive back into not-America with some oddity-Watson madness and one of the greatest character names of all time: Finnbogi the Boggy. Loved the first one, hope the 2nd continues to impress!

• A Time of Blood – by John Gwynne

After spending half the year on my TBR list, it’s finally time to continue the story of Drem, Riv and the rest of the Faithful in the Banished Lands. I loved the Faithful and the Fallen series, while A Time of Dread failed to measure up, I’m still excited!

Up Next

• An Easy Death – by Charlaine Harris

Gunnie Rose #1 pretty much popped up on my radar this last week. A thriller set in a post-apoc, fractured USA sounds pretty much like a win, and has me envisioning a better Darwin Elevator for some reason.

Additional TBR

  1. The Flames of Shadam Khoreh – by Bradley P. Beaulieu (Lays of Anuskaya #3)
  2. Sky in the Deep – by Adrienne Young (Sky in the Deep #1)
  3. Blade and Bone – by Jon Sprunk (Book #3 of the Black Earth)
  4. The Bone Ships – by R.J. Barker (Tide Child #1)

Reviewed Since Last

A Little Hatred – by Joe Abercrombie (Age of Madness #1)

Age of War – by Michael J. Sullivan (Legends of the First Empire #3)

Fallen – by Benedict Jacka (Alex Verus #10)

Limited Wish – by Mark Lawrence (Impossible Times #2)

To Do

Well, I still have some ARCs to get through, though I’m not buried in them lately. So I thought I’d try to make some tangible TBR progress. Still behind on reviews, too. And with the return of my part-time seasonal and Nanowrimo looming I might stay behind. But… we’ll see.

Is there anything I should have on my radar? Or has anyone read any of these listed? Let me know, please!

2 thoughts on “On Tap 09/28

  1. I’m a big fan of An Easy Death, and the second book in the series comes out early next year. And Angus Watson has been on my radar for a while, hoping to get to the first book in the series this year.

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