Friday, March 01, 2019

Friday Book Club

The Friday Book Club is now open. What are you reading and loving this week?

7 comments :

Anonymous said...

I re-read Archangel's Prophecy, Shards of Hope, and Allegiance of Honor. Read Susan Copperifield's Storm Called. All four tales were excellent!

Eva said...

I read Bently (Vested Interest #1) by Melanie Moreland.
Not as strong as L.J. Shens Sinner of Saint series; but almost:-).

library addict said...

Finished Archangel’s Legion and read Zoe’s Workshop, Archangel’s Shadows, Archangel’s Heart, and Archangel’s Viper. Also reread Archangel's Enigma and the various other newsletter shorts in published order.

Currently halfway through Archangel’s Prophecy. So I am almost done with reading the entire Guild Hunter series, the great majority for the first time.

Anonymous said...

I am binging on The Lady Darcy mysteries by Anna Lee Huber. The series is set in Great Britain in the 1830s. I am enjoying the plots, the romance, and the well-researched historical background.

Anonymous said...

I have been enjoying several books by T. Kingfisher. My favorite has been The Clockwork Boys duology. At turns wistful, heartbreaking, and hilarious, Kingfisher makes you love her forger heroine, Slate and her motley crew of fellow prisoners turned agents of the crown must cross enemy territory to gain information on the siege engines called clockwork boys that are crushing the Dowager's forces. Inventive world building, slow burn yet quite satisfying romance, and thoughtful sum up T. Kingfisher's Clockwork Boys.

Unknown said...

I am reading Chronicles of the One by Nora Roberts. I am on book 2 of Blood and Bone. It is a tale of magic in a postapocalipitic earth. Forces of light and dark are all around. It is about a child who will be the One. She is there hope of defeating evil that has been set loose. Nora Roberts has done a great job in setting up this story line. It is interesting and scary at the same time.

Unknown said...

Oh dear, it should be their not there. Sorry