So I just finished Age of Legend, but haven’t picked out my next TBR book yet. Though it’ll most likely be #1 or 2 from the following TBR list. But we’ll see, eh?
- Hitchhiking Through Fire – by Brent McKnight
- Age of Death – by Michael J. Sullivan (Legends of the First Empire #5)
- Ship of Smoke and Steel – by Django Wexler (Wells of Sorcery #1)
- Magebane – by Stephen Aryan (Age of Dread #3)
A bit of a shake-up in the Top 4 since last month. So, I got hard copies of 3 & 4—which I began reading only to stop (yeah, both of ’em; nothing against them, I just had an impossible time focusing on anything when I was ill)—and then a digital copy of #1 which I’m dying to see is any good or not. But then the last Legends book ended in a cliffhanger, so I’ll also probably start AoD before too long.
- Senlin Ascends – by Josiah Bancroft (Books of Babel #1)
- The Thousand Names – by Django Wexler (Shadow Campaigns #1)
- The Flames of Shadam Khoreh – by Bradley P. Beaulieu (Lays of Anuskaya #3)
- Cold Iron – by Miles Cameron (Masters & Mages #1)
A bunch of series’ starters here, including a second Wexler book, which would be my 4th by the author. Also my 8th Beaulieu and 6th Cameron. Never read anything by Bancroft. YET.
- An Easy Death – by Charlaine Harris (Gunnie Rose #1)
- Metro 2035 – by Dmitry Glukhovsky (Metro #3)
- The Last Stormlord – by Glenda Larke (Watergivers #1)
- Age of Assassins – by R.J. Barker (The Wounded Kingdom #1)
Several more noobs, then essentially the novelization of Metro: Last Light, or so I’m led to believe. But as Metro 2033 was so much more an existential experience, I’m not convinced.
TBR Finished Since October
- Queen of All Crows – by Rod Duncan (Map of Unknown Things #1)
- Age of Legend – by Michael J. Sullivan (Legends of the First Empire #4)
Two’s not bad for the latter half of the month I had. AND the beginning of November. I DID say I doubted November would go as well, though. Lucky…