(Also participating in The Book Date's Book Date Monday - so post your reading update to *inlinkz* here and comment here if you can. Happy reading! Note: Mostly affiliate links to Amazon below.)
Jewel in the Skull by Michael Moorcock (fantasy, 1967). This is the first Dorian Hawkmoon novel in a series of 7 books, I think. It's not bad. I have the first four on my bookshelf.
Naked in Death by J. D. Robb (Nora Roberts) (future thriller, 1995). I'd heard good things about this series but had never read them. This is the first Eve Dallas novel of more than 50 now? Wow.
Just finished reading...
The Old Man and the Void by Karina Fabian (SF, 2020). Karina is an indie writer of some wonderful SF/space opera. My review on Goodreads is here.
Perry's Planet by Jack C. Haldeman II (Star Trek, 1980). Part of Bantam Books early tie-in novels. This is #13 in the series, I believe. I'll have my review up later this week.
I have a few series I want to get back into. More next week on that. But for now, that's a wrap. What are you reading? And what's on your TBR list? Thanks for dropping by!
I need to check that Fabian book. Have a great reading week!ReplyDelete
Thanks for dropping by! I'm behind on commenting and reading comments already this week! Heading to your blog next!Delete
I read Moorcock in my teens and have wondered about revisiting them. I seem to alternate a bit between the new stuff and revisiting some of those classics. It's nice to see a blog showcasing SF.ReplyDelete
Have an amazing week!
Thanks. My reading map takes me all over the place, lol. Thanks for dropping by.Delete
I think we ALL have series we would like to finish...someday, LOL! Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier :)ReplyDelete
You're welcome. Yeah, I just found a bunch of box sets on my kindle that were in the cloud that I downloaded to the tablet and am like oh may that's a lot of reading right there lolDelete
How is the J.D. Robb book going? I have read a lot of Nora Roberts over the years - and I think maybe one of her as J.D. Robb. Did you say it is a FIFTY book series? Yowza! That's impressive!ReplyDelete
I got sidetracked with another few books so haven't started JD Robb yet. Will let you know! Thanks for dropping by.Delete
I read the first five books in the JD Robb series, but the number of books in the series now is just down right scary!!!ReplyDelete
IKR? My niece has probably read them all. But she reads over 200 books a year, whew!Delete