@[email protected] I felt very similar about this book. It was a LONG way to go for an ending that I appreciated.
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70% complete! Alex Fink has read 17 of 24 books.
Juliet takes a breath by Gabby Rivera
Juliet Milagros Palante is leaving the Bronx and headed to Portland, Oregon. She just came out to her family and …
Throne of Jade by Naomi Novik
Captain Will Laurence and his noble dragon Temeraire battle against Bonaparte's invading forces. When China discovers that their rare gift, …
Wow. Like the other books, a ton of world building through about 50%, which is a little bit of a slog for me. But then things go haywire and the last half was completely absorbing. Like the other books, I read too fast and miss important details. Wish Alecto the Ninth was out...
Red Team Blues by Cory Doctorow
Martin Hench is 67 years old, single, and successful in a career stretching back to the beginnings of Silicon Valley. …
Was fine and some interesting ideas. Kinda a slog through, never got deeply hooked, just kept kinda wondering when it would end. It felt like the whole premise of the book was kinda given up in the first 1/3, then the rest was just playing out what you expected, hoping for some fun surprise.
Alex Fink finished reading The Frugal Wizard's Handbook for Surviving Medieval England by Brandon Sanderson
Nona the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir
Her city is under siege.
The zombies are coming back.
And all Nona wants is a birthday party.
In many …