It’s Monday What Are You Reading? is a weekly reading roundup is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.
This is technically a weekly meme but I don’t read fast enough to make that worthwhile so I post it every other week.
Finished in Print
This was such a good book and the new edition with the new afterword by the author was excellent. Twenty-five years after it was first published he went back and met with a few of the people he had written about. The follow up really added to the story.
This spinoff series from the Fables series by Bill Willingham has been a bit hit or miss for me. This volume was more of a miss for me.
Continuing in Print
This is a fascinating collection of a wide variety of lists. Some from ancient or historic finds. Some from celebrities. Some simply because they are interesting or fun. I’m taking this one slowly and reading a few pages here and there in between other things. This is not a book to read through cover to cover. It’s better to be considered in small doses.
Started in Print
I’ve had this one on my TBR list for ages and I’m enjoying it so far.
This is the first in a new series by Riordan. It’s got some similarities to the Percy Jackson series but this time around it’s with Norse gods instead of the Greeks. I’m only a few chapters in but it’s a lot of fun so far.
Finished on Audio
This was a reread for me. I read and thoroughly enjoyed the print edition but decided to reread via the audio format before seeing the movie. I’m glad I did. R.C Bray does a fabulous job with the narration and I’m had a great time experiencing the story again
Started on Audio
This is the tenth book in the Walt Longmire series. It continues to be one of my favorite audio series. George Guidall does a wonderful job of bringing Walt Longmire to life.
Reviews since my last update:
Descender Vol. 1: Tin Stars by Jeff Lemire
Friday Night Lights, 25th Anniversary Edition by H.G. Bissinger
Jack of Fables Vol. 7: The New Adventures of Jack and Jack by Bill Willingham, Matthew Sturges, and Chris Roberson
Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer
What are you reading?