Friday, October 21, 2022

Friday Book Club

 Friday Book Club time! What reads are you loving this week?


library addict said...

Just more rereads for me this week.

Looking forward to Tuesday's release of Archangel's Resurrection.

S-R-B said...

After I read Anne Bishop's Crowbones earlier this month, it made me want to reread all of The Others/World of the Others series, so I've been doing that the past two weeks (currently on the last of the original series - Etched in Bone). I don't think I'm ever going to get my TBR pile finished at this rate if other, older books keep getting my attention, especially with four more books coming out in the next few weeks to add to my other five...and one of those might require a reread of the rest of the series to jog my memory of little details since it's been years since the previous book. We'll see... Granted, I'm hoping the NaNoWriMo gods will inspire me again like they did last year...and I'd much rather write than read.

AlwaysV said...

One of my TOP UF Authors Olivia Wildenstein's September release ~ Book 1 House of Beating Wings of the new series The Kingdom of the Crow totally captivated me with her signature of spectacular world buildingđź’–The main characters (the Crow) took my breath away in their manipulation of power ~ ruthless will to survive ~ to avenge ~to take back what had been done to them for five long centuries! The heroine, who was born as the curse breaker, had learned that her entire miserable life (her entire heritage & identity) of twenty-two years was all lies ~ or in truth ~ all secrets ~ by the end of Book 1! The world of fae ~ crow ~ & other magical ones ~ has been far from a Fairy Tale!

Dying to read Book 2 ~ House of Pounding Hearts ~ no release date yet ~ but the author's previous trilogies were concluded within two years! So I'm hoping the wait wouldn't be loo long for this one either!

BTW ~ Her Website is Gorgeous đź’–Her other series were mesmerizing & super Romantic đź’– All Free on KU!

Anonymous said...

Reread the Kingmaker Chronicles before reading A Curse of Queens by Amanda Bouchet, excellent continuation of the series. Now I’ll probably read Trouble Play by Elizabeth Hunter before glancing through Archangel’s War in preparation for Tuesday’s release!