Good morning! Thank goodness it’s the weekend — not that I work any less over the weekend, typically, but I decided to do a readathon from Litsy and thus put a lot of effort into clearing my backlog of things to do. Including the last major assignment of my degree! Just my exams (erk) and my dissertation to go now.
Anyway! Onto the books.
Received to review
Oh, and I almost forgot (how rude of me!) — I won this from Imyril‘s giveaway!
Read this week:
Reviews posted this week:
–Exiled from Camelot, by Cherith Baldry. Reread of a book I wrote part of my MA dissertation on. Sometimes feels overly emotional, but I loved what it does with the Arthurian material. 4/5 stars
–Spider-woman: Shifting Gears – Baby Talk, by Dennis Hopeless and Javier Rodriguez. A bit of a left turn out of nowhere for Jessica Drew, but still fun. 4/5 stars
–Semiosis, by Sue Burke. I had a couple of quibbles with the narration, but I loved the ideas behind this one. 4/5 stars
–Island of Apples, by Glynn Jones. Nope. Didn’t really get it, nor get along with it. 2/5 stars
–Discussion: Affiliate links. That experiment on The Bibliophibian is now over! It didn’t work out very well for me, so this is a bit of a post mortem — and a plea for people to support other bloggers whenever they can.
–WWW Wednesday. The usual weekly report on what I’m reading right now.
So what’ve you been reading this week? Anything fun going on for you? Let me know!