I’m going to keep this post short because I’m working on my end of the year wrap-up with all my reading stats and whatnot. But before I can post that one, let’s recap what I read and bought in the final month of 2020.
I read four books in December. They were:
- Return of the Thief by Megan Whalen Turner — I already posted about how this was one of my top five reads of 2020. This was an excellent end to a series that I love. I really hope, based on the ending of this book, that we get a spin-off series.
- Strange Love by Ann Aguirre — The characters in this book are fantastic, especially the talking dog. I am really looking forward to reading more in this series and more books by this author.
- Aurora Burning by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff — This was exactly the sort of action-packed, sci-fi romp that I’ve come to expect (and enjoy) from this author pair. I liked this book more than the first in the series and will definitely be checking out the next (and final?) installment.
- Eight Will Fall by Sarah Harian — I received this in my Fairy Loot subscription box forever ago, so it’s not exactly the sort of book I’d normally pick up, at least not based on the description. It was enjoyable, but a little too much gore for me. I’ve passed it on to a YA reader in my life who might enjoy it more than I did.
I bought two books this month: Colonyside by Michael Mammay, which I think is the final book his military sci-fi series, and Master of One by Jaida Jones and Danielle Bennett, which I knew very little about before it arrived in my Fairy Loot subscription box.
I didn’t finish Poseidon’s Wake before the end of the year, but I’m still enjoying it and continuing to make slow progress through it. But the day after New Years was particularly grey and stormy, and I was really feeling like reading a cozy mystery. So, I started Murder on Cold Street. Also, per my usual tradition, I’m starting off the year by reading a writing craft book. This year I picked up Story Genius: How to Use Brain Science to Go Beyond Outlining and Write a Riveting Novel (Before You Waste Three Years Writing 327 Pages That Go Nowhere).
More coming soon… Until then, happy reading!
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