I really didn’t think I would get much read this week, but I actually had a lot of extra time to either listen to a book or sit down and enjoy reading one. Yeah! Because of this I managed to read four books, including a really long audiobook. I really hope that I can keep this up over the next few weeks. This week’s books were all excellent, so that really helped too.
What am I currently reading?
Gilded is a reread. I loved this Rumpelstiltskin retelling and I can’t wait for the second book to come out in November! I was really hoping to snag an ARC but alas it was not meant to be!
A Man with One of those Faces is really funny and I am glad I picked this one up! Great characters and I love the setting of Dublin!
I am actually starting Billy Summers today and really looking forward to finally reading this. It has been on my radar for a long time.
What have I recently finished reading?
I just loved The Undertaking of Hart and Mercy! It was a really fast read and I adored the characters and loved the world. I hope to write a review and have it up in the next few days.
Sign Here was really good. Another one that I just flew through. This is going to be a hard one to review but I will get it done soon. If you don’t have this one on your radar, you should!
This is What Happened was not at all what I was expecting, but it was quite mind blowing by the end.
Stain was a slight disappointment. It is really beautifully written with wonderful characters and a great story, but it just too long! I kind of lost interest in everything by the end. The narrator was also a slight issue. But if you like fairy tale retellings, this is one you should really give a chance.
What will I read next?
The Last Smile in Sunder City caught my eye in a recent library visit. It is an urban fantasy which sounds like a lot of fun.
I am hoping Babel is my next audiobook, but it might not be available to borrow from the library when I am ready for it. If it isn’t I’m not sure what I will listen to next. Something short probably as the last two have been long ones.