Monday, March 19, 2012

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? - March 19

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is hosted each week by Sheila of One Person's Journey Through A World Of Books.

It's been a while since I posted one of these, and I haven't been doing too many reviews for a bit either. But, I've been reading. Just, due to other circumstances I haven't been up to reviewing much. Hopefully I can start getting things back to normal now.

Since my last post I've read:
In Her Name: Empire by Michael R. Hicks. Fiction, Science Fiction. This was an incredible novel, and I have to read the sequels.

Old Man's War by John Scalzi. Fiction, Science Fiction. A book I've read several times now.

Starship Troopers by Robert A. Heinlein. Fiction, Science Fiction. Another re-read.

Caught In Crystal by Patricia C. Wrede. Fiction, Fantasy, E-book. From NetGalley. One of the Lyra series, and a book I really enjoyed reading.

Fair Game by Patricia Briggs. Fiction, Fantasy. The most recent book in the Alpha And Omega Series, comprised of Cry Wolf and Hunting Ground. Definitely a good read, and what a twist at the end. Just finished last night.

I'm currently reading:
The Number of the Beast by Robert A. Heinlein. Fiction, science fiction. I call this the "Classic Science Fiction List" just for all the references to classic novels, mostly science fiction.

The Book of Negroes by Lawrence Hill. Fiction. Enough people have told me I should that I'm giving this one a try.

Roverandom by J.R.R. Tolkien. Fiction, Fantasy, Children's. Charming and fun, this is neat to read and recognize echoes of his bigger works.

I want to read:
I'd like to get through the above list, but I'm contemplating re-reading the Alpha and Omega series by Patricia Briggs and Kings of the North by Elizabeth Moon.


Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

I love how many different kinds of books you are reading. :-)

Here's my
It's Monday! What Are You Reading?!
I'd love to have you stop by!

Unknown said...

Thanks Deb. Sometimes the variety is needed. Other times, it's easy to keep reading the same kind of thing.

redhead said...

I almost pulled Old Man's War off my bookshelf this morning. i really gotta give that a read.

currently reading Jack of Ravens, by Mark Chadbourn, and doing a read along of one of my all time favorite dark fantasies, The Lies of Locke Lamora.

Unknown said...

Old Man's War is a goodie, redhead. I think this might have been read number three of it for me. I've seen Lies of Locke Lamora in the store, but never really looked at it before.

Thanks for commenting.


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