Friday, November 30, 2018

Sci-Fi Month 2018 - Wrap Up, Mini Reviews, & Giveaway (US Only)


And that's a wrap for Sci-Fi Month 2018, a month long celebration of all things sci-fi hosted by Imyril @ One More and Lisa @ Dear Geek Place (Image credit: Photo by Greg Rakozy on Unsplash, Quote from The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers).  I've had a great time participating in this awesome blogging extravaganza the last few years and I hope I'll be able to be back for the next time around.  I was very ambitious with my tbr this year - I managed to complete 14 out of 20 books.  I got in some fantastic reading (and some not so great)!  Read on to see my thoughts on the books I've knocked off my tbr since my last update, a listing of the Sci-Fi Month posts I've published this time year, and a giveaway (US Only):



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Looking for a new series to go fill the Firefly sized hole in your heart? Look no further than Starflight. For some reason my expectations weren't super high even though I enjoyed Melissa Landers's work in the past, but I'm glad I gave it a chance because it's a pretty fantastic series opener. The characters are fun to get to know, there's plenty of banter, lots of action to keep you hooked, and it features hate-to-love style romance which was pretty darn good. If you like The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer, Starbound by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner, and Guardians of the Galaxy, I have a feeling you'll enjoy this solid series opener as well. I'm definitely looking forward to Starfall.

I read this book from November 22 - 23, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.



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DNF @ 25%

I desperately wanted to love Heroine Complex because it sounds like it would be right up my alley. It has a lot to like about it, but stylistically it just wasn't quite working out for me. I have a feeling though that if it's available in audiobook format I may actually prefer it. I may be coming back to this story in the future in a different format.

I tried this book from November 24 - 29, 2018 and my review is also n Goodreads.





DNF'd @ 17%

I'm a fan of Westworld and the concept behind Pastworld (the city of London has been recreated as a Victorian era theme park that tourists can visit is being plagued by a Jack the Ripper-esque killer) sounded really enticing. Unfortunately I preferred the concept to the execution. I gave the book 60 pages before I gave it up - it's quite dull and I wasn't interested in any of the characters. Plus, the writing style is going for formal Victorian but it comes across as very stilted, unatmospheric, unwieldy, and even sloppily put together.

I tried to read this between November 23 - 24, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.


My Sci-Fi Month 2018 Posts:

Announcement and Potential TBR

The Friday 56 (With Book Beginnings): Obsidio (The Illuminae Files #3) by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff + 50/50 Friday

Music Monday: Zager and Evans & The Postal Service

Top Ten Tuesday: Classic Sci-Fi Books I Need To Read

The Friday 56 (With Book Beginnings): Renegades (Renegades #1) by Marissa Meyer + 50/50 Friday

ARC Reviews: Limetown by Cote Smith & Head On (Lock In #2) by John Scalzi

Music Monday: Queen & Janelle Monae

Top Ten Tuesday: Sci-Fi Book Adaptations I Want To See

The Friday 56 (With Book Beginnings): The Long Way To A Small, Angry Planet (Wayfarers #1) by Becky Chambers + 50/50 Friday

Music Monday: Dead End Drive-In

Top Ten Tuesday: Upcoming Sci-Fi Books I'm Looking Forward To

Mini Reviews Update #2

The Friday 56 (With Book Beginnings): Starflight (Starflight #1) by Melissa Landers + 50/50 Friday

Music Monday: Ex Machina (2014)

Top Ten Tuesday: Upcoming Sci-Fi Movies I'm Looking Forward To

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Book To Movie (2018) - Review

Book Riot's 2018 Read Harder Challenge - November Update: The Long Way To A Small Angry, Planet & A Son's Vow

And now for the main event: A GIVEAWAY (US Only - Sorry)!


Two lucky winners will have their choice of either Renegades by Marissa Meyer or Starflight by Melissa Landers!  This giveaway will last until Midnight (ET) on Friday, December 7th, 2018.  I will alert the winners via email and they will have 48 hours to respond or I will have to select another winner.  Whoever responds the quickest will get their first choice of prizes.  Good luck!




As always, thank you for visiting my blog and perhaps commenting down below!

Book Riot's 2018 Read Harder Challenge - November Update: The Long Way To A Small Angry, Planet (Sci-Fi Month 2018) & A Son's Vow


It's already the end of November - meaning 22 of the 24 tasks for Book Riot's 2018 Read Harder Challenge are complete!  How is 2018 going by so quickly?!  The tasks I completed required me to read a sci-fi novel with a female protagonist by a female author and a book with a cover you hate.  For the tasks, I selected The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet (Wayfarers #1) by Becky Chambers and A Son's Vow (The Charmed Amish Life #1) by Shelley Shepard Gray respectively.  Read on to see my mini reviews and what's next for December:



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I'm so glad I had the opportunity to tackle The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet for Sci-Fi Month this year because this was absolutely fantastic. I was in the mood for a good space opera and this was a brilliant and diverse example of the genre. I loved getting to know all of the crew on the Wayfarer, including the ship's AI. Honestly, I loved everything about it, but the characters totally make the story. It's a tough call, but I'd say Kizzy was my favorite. If you like Firefly and Saga by Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples, I have a feeling you'll love this as well. I can't wait to try book two, A Closed and Common Orbit!


I read this book for Sci-Fi Month from November 15 - 19, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.


Sci-Fi Month is hosted by Imyril @ One More and Lisa @ Dear Geek Place (Image credit: Photo by Greg Rakozy on Unsplash, Quote from The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers).



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A Son's Vow by Shelley Shepard Gray is my first Amish Christian romance novel. I've never really been tempted to read this genre. Sure, I'm interested in real life Amish culture, but these kinds of stories have never interested me - partially because I'm so irritated by the cover design. Anyway, this wasn't as bad and annoying as I had prepared myself for, but not my style at all. I have a feeling I won't be reading any more of this genre again. My hands down favorite aspect of this book is that it's set in the blink and you miss it Charm, Ohio. If I didn't know any better, I'd swear it comes across as a little bit bigger in the story than real life.

I read this book on November 8, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.


Next Up For December:


A book with a female protagonist over the age of 60 


My choice: The Thirteen Problems (Miss Marple #2) by Agatha Christie - I've only ever read the first Miss Marple story, but I've seen so many of the adaptations I really should need to continue on with the book series.

A children’s classic published before 1980



My choice: Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers - Somehow, I've never read this classic series opener which was originally published in 1934.  Sure, I've seen the movie a ton of times (and I'm really excited for the upcoming film), but now it's time to try the source material!


Have you read any of these books?  If so, what did you think of them.  Are you taking part in this reading challenge?  As always, thanks for visiting and perhaps even commenting down below!

The Friday 56 (With Book Beginnings): Unbound (Magic Ex Libris #3) by Jim C. Hines + 50/50 Friday




On Friday's I take part in three weekly link ups - The Friday 56, hosted by Freda's Voice, Book Beginnings, hosted by Rose City Reader, and 50/50 Friday is a new weekly link up and it is hosted by Carrie @ The Butterfly Reader and Laura @ Blue Eye Books. For The Friday 56, you choose a book, a book you have just finished, a book you are about to start, your current read, and share a line or a few lines that grab you (but don't spoil anything) from page 56 or 56% of the way through the ebook. Post it and share your post's url on Freda's most recent Friday 56 post. As for Book Beginnings, you share the first sentence or so and your initial thoughts, impressions, or whatever else it inspires, and then link up your post's url with Rose City Reader. Then, for 50/50 Friday, every week there's a new topic featuring two sides of the same coin - you share a book that suits each category and link up on the hosts blogs.




This week I'm spotlighting one of my current #BeatTheBacklist reads, Unbound (Magic Ex Libris #3) by Jim C. Hines.  I loved the first two installments of the series.  Isaac is one of my all time favorite characters.  I mean, he's a librarian with cool magical powers - he can reach into books and magically pull items out from them.  How cool is that!

Beginnings:

My name is Bi Wei.  I was born in the Ming Dynasty, shortly before the alleged death of Johannes Gensfleish Gutenberg, the man most people today know as the father of the printing press.

We knew this man not as a creator, but as a force of death and destruction.  Johannes Gutenberg was a thief, a fraud, and a murderer.

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"You've been with this library longer than I have, and you're good at your job.  One of the best people I have.  When you're here.  I've tried to be flexible, and I've cut you as much slack as I could.

50/50 Friday: Favorite/ Least Favorite Book Boyfriend 


Least - Joe Goldberg from You by Caroline Kepnes - I have to admit, though, Joe is a very likable character when he isn't being a complete psycho which is honestly most of the time we're in his head.


Favorite - Atticus O'Sullivan from Hounded (The Iron Druid Chronicles #1) by Kevin Hearne - Atticus is just an awesome character throughout this series.


What are you reading this weekend?  Are you taking part in any reading challenges this year?  As always, thanks for visiting my blog and perhaps even commenting below!

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Sci-Fi Month 2018 - Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Book To Movie (2018) - Review


Since it's Sci-Fi Month (Sci-Fi Month is a month long celebration of all things sci-fi and it's hosted by Imyril @ One More and Lisa @ Dear Geek Place - Image credit: Photo by Greg Rakozy on Unsplash, Quote from The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers), I thought I'd tackle a classic sci-fi book along with the movie adaptation that I'd never had the opportunity to try.  Now, I know Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 is taught in middle and high schools, but for whatever reason it wasn't part of the curriculum in my school district.  Anyway, I made up my mind that it was high time that I finally find out what all the fuss is about - and that'd I'd even give the 2018 made-for-tv movie as well.  I remembered seeing the trailers for it and being intrigued due to the talents of Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon in the lead roles.  Keep reading to see my thoughts on this classic novel and the new adaptation:


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I've heard so much about Fahrenheit 451 over the years and I'm so pleased to say that I can totally understand why it's such a well regarded classic.  If this were taught in while I was in high school English class I expect it would have easily have been one of my favorites.  It really reminds me of 1984 by George Orwell.  I wouldn't be surprised one bit if the worlds of Guy Montag and Winston Smith turned out to be exactly the same one.  Even Bradbury's novel is a short read, I was fully engrossed in this unsettling and still just as timely as ever.  I can only say that I wish we got to see more of the wider world and that we got to see it a little more than we're told about it.  I highly recommend this trying this story, there's a reason why it's a classic.

I read this on November 19, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.



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I watched this movie adaptation six days after I completed the source material so it was still quite fresh in my mind.  To be honest, Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon in the lead roles make the movie.  They both give good performances as Montag and Beatty respectively.  However, though, I do wish that of the two that Jordan's Montag could have been more developed and fleshed out.  The opening and first half of the movie are pretty decent. The second half, not so much - the omnis thing didn't work for me, though I did like that through it there is some hope for the future.  The movie also modernizes some elements of the story.  Some of them worked - and do illustrate just how timely the story still is (and how it doesn't seem all that far off at times), but I overall I would have preferred the subtlety of the source material.  Finally, I just want to mention that I was kind of pleased to hear that it's primarily set in Cleveland, Ohio even though it bares no semblance to that real life Ohio city.  Overall, the movie isn't terrible, but it certainly pales in comparison to Bradbury's book.  Michael Shannon is the true standout here.

I watched this movie on November 25, 2018 and my review is also on Letterboxd.


Have you read or watched Fahrenheit 451?  What classic book to movie do you still need to try?  Are you taking part in Sci-Fi Month this year?  As always, thanks for visiting my blog and perhaps even commenting down below!

Sci-Fi Month 2018 - Top Ten Tuesday: Upcoming Sci-Fi Movies I’m Looking Forward To



Happy Tuesday everyone!  Welcome to the Top Ten Tuesday now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.  Since it's Sci-Fi Month (Sci-Fi Month is a month long celebration of all things sci-fi and it's hosted by Imyril @ One More and Lisa @ Dear Geek Place - Image credit: Photo by Greg Rakozy on Unsplash, Quote from The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers), each week this November my Top Ten Tuesday lists will all have a sci-fi flavor.  This week's topic is Favorite Platonic Relationships In Books, but I'm doing something completely different in honor of Sci-Fi Month.  Today I'm sharing Upcoming Sci-Fi Movies I’m Looking Forward To.  Without further ado here we go in order by release date:


Aquaman – Release Date: December 14th - Wonder Woman has been the only DCEU movie I've actually liked, so I'm surprised to have added this to my list but it actually looks like it will be halfway decent.  Maybe it will surprise me - Aquaman (Wonder Woman and The Flash were scene stealers) was better than I expected in Justice League and maybe his standalone movie will be good.


Mortal Engines – Release Date: December 14th - I enjoyed book one in this series and the movie looks like it definitely has potential.


Replicas – Release Date: January 11th - I can never resist this kind of story and Keanu Reeves is even in this upcoming movie!


Alita: Battle Angel – Release Date: February 14th - I had never heard of this before I started seeing the trailers, but it looks like it could be stunning - visually at the minimum anyway!


Chaos Walking – Release Date: March 1st - This book series is one of my all time favorites.  Needless to say, I'm very excited but also quite nervous!


Captain Marvel – Release Date: March 8th - I'm incredibly hyped up for this one, I have to admit!


Captive State – Release Date: March 29th - Just based on this trailer I need to see this rebellion against alien invasion/ occupation movie!


Shazam! – Release Date: April 5th - This just looks like a lot of fun, and Zachary Levi's always great.


Avengers 4 – Release Date: May 3rd - I need this!  When this photo showed up on the Russo Brothers Twitter, I couldn't help but wonder...


Men in Black Spinoff – Release Date: June 14th - To be honest, all I needed to hear was Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson!  Did you see this photo on Hemsworth's Instagram?

Monday, November 26, 2018

Tale of a Silver Lion: Refuge Ending (The Stonemaster #1) by Gene Herington - Review


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I received an ecopy of this book from Book Review 22 in exchange for an honest review.


Pencheval never considered that boredom could be so brutal. The weary mercenary had sought respite in the Emerald Refuge, a secluded valley under the care of the Temple of Athesiene. His reputation had given him both wealth and trouble and two years of it was wearing hard on him. But the quiet contemplation of his life led to boredom and the job he should not have accepted. Reinforcing a patrol should have been easy. Instead, he's thrust into the fight of his life with a threat that could end him and the Emerald Refuge. Now boredom is the least of his concerns when he may not survive the night.

Tale of a Silver Lion: Refuge Ending is the first installment of The Stonemaster by Gene Herington. It isn't that often that you come across an epic fantasy that's only forty-seven pages long. Herigton's story is a decent intro to Pencheval and his world. I enjoyed getting to know him, even though he has some pretty serious psychological baggage. Let's just say he's good at what he does. Unfortunately though there's not a whole lot of time to develop the rest of the cast or really go into detail about the world they inhabit. Plus, by the time I made it to the end, I was surprised at just how abruptly it cut off. I guess I was really wrapped up in the story. Overall, this story is a good start, but it's just so short that it's all over before you can do more than get a taste of it all. Now I'll have to continue on with this series of short epic fantasy stories to learn more.

Thanks again for this opportunity, Book Review 22!

I read this story from November 10 - 11, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.

Sci-Fi Month 2018 - Music Monday: Ex Machina (2014)


Happy Monday everyone and welcome back to Music Monday! Let's share some songs we've been enjoying lately!  If you would like to play and I really hope you do, please see the rules and link up below.

Rules:

Every Monday share a few songs you've been enjoying lately.  It doesn't have to be a specific genre, new, or one of your favorites - just something you'd like to share with others.  If possible, share a music or lyric video of the song and your thoughts on the song(s), artist(s), and/or music video(s).

If you would like to participate in Music Monday, please join the link up by sharing your post's url.


Since it's Sci-Fi Month (Sci-Fi Month is a month long celebration of all things sci-fi and it's hosted by Imyril @ One More and Lisa @ Dear Geek Place - Image credit: Photo by Greg Rakozy on Unsplash, Quote from The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers), this week month my Music Monday selections will all have a sci-fi flavor. 

This week I'm spotlighting my four favorite tracks from the outstanding film Ex Machina (2014).  I watched this movie for the first time ever back in September for the Letterboxd Season Challenge - and I'm pretty well convinced the movie and soundtrack are genius.  Anyway, here are my favorite songs from the movie: "The Turing Test", "Ava", "The Test Worked," and "Bunsen Burner".  Feast your ears!











Friday, November 23, 2018

Sci-Fi Month 2018 - The Friday 56 (With Book Beginnings): Starflight (Starflight #1) by Melissa Landers + 50/50 Friday




On Friday's I take part in three weekly link ups - The Friday 56, hosted by Freda's Voice, Book Beginnings, hosted by Rose City Reader, and 50/50 Friday is a new weekly link up and it is hosted by Carrie @ The Butterfly Reader and Laura @ Blue Eye Books. For The Friday 56, you choose a book, a book you have just finished, a book you are about to start, your current read, and share a line or a few lines that grab you (but don't spoil anything) from page 56 or 56% of the way through the ebook. Post it and share your post's url on Freda's most recent Friday 56 post. As for Book Beginnings, you share the first sentence or so and your initial thoughts, impressions, or whatever else it inspires, and then link up your post's url with Rose City Reader. Then, for 50/50 Friday, every week there's a new topic featuring two sides of the same coin - you share a book that suits each category and link up on the hosts blogs.


Welcome to Sci-Fi Month 2018!  Sci-Fi Month is a month long celebration of all things sci-fi and it's hosted by Imyril @ One More and Lisa @ Dear Geek Place (Image credit: Photo by Greg Rakozy on Unsplash, Quote from The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers).


This week I'm spotlighting my current Sci-Fi Month read, Starflight (Starflight #1) by Melissa Landers.  I've enjoyed her Alienated series and I'm liking what I've read of this Ohio author's new series.


Beginning:

What if nobody picks me?  Nothing can be worse than that.

56:

Doran peeked over her shoulder into the dim hallway.  "What now?"

50/50 Friday: Favorite/ Least Favorite Book With Food On The Cover - The first thing that came to mind were these two books with an apple both of which are by authors with the same last name.






I hope everyone who celebrated it had a great Thanksgiving yesterday!  What are you reading this weekend?  Are you taking part in Sci-Fi Month this year?  As always, thanks very much for visiting my blog and perhaps even commenting down below!

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Sci-Fi Month 2018 - Mini Reviews Update #2


Welcome to Sci-Fi Month 2018!  Sci-Fi Month is a month long celebration of all things sci-fi and it's hosted by Imyril @ One More and Lisa @ Dear Geek Place (Image credit: Photo by Greg Rakozy on Unsplash, Quote from The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers).


Happy Thanksgiving to everyone who celebrated it today!  You may have noticed lately I haven't been nearly as active as what I like to be around the blogosphere - and I'm sorry for that.  I was planning on being around more for Sci-Fi Month.  Anyway, long story short, I've been having technical difficulties with my home internet provider - that will hopefully be resolved by tomorrow.  Fingers crossed.  Moral of the story, if you have a choice (I don't unfortunately) do not go with CenturyLink - their customer service is the worst I've ever dealt with in my life.  Seriously, at this point I can't imagine it could get any worse.  Now, before I get too angry to think straight, let's get to my thoughts on the books I've knocked off my tbr since my last update.  Without further ado, here we go:




I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

DNF'd @ 43 %

The Ghost Engine by Theresa Fuller sounded like an intriguing steampunk novel featuring Ada Lovelace.  Unfortunately, though, we just didn't get along.  The opening 20% or so of the story was promising.  I liked getting to know Ada - she's quite the feisty heroine and obviously she's based on the real life historical figure.  Plus, the concept of Ada getting sucked into the computer and working with an actual ghost in the machine is pretty cool.  The world-building, the romance, and character decisions are what made me give up on it.  First, the world building was actually confusing while we're inside the computer because nothing gets really solidly explained; secondly, the romance was quite irritating because it was all over the place - Charles was not a well defined character; and thirdly, Ada makes too many inexplicable decisions that don't line up with her personality.  Anyway, thanks but no thanks, NetGalley.

I attempted to read this novel on November 22, 2018 and my review is also on GoodreadsThe Ghost Engine was released on March 18, 2018.




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Morning Star (Red Rising #3) by Pierce Brown - I've gotten hooked on this series which I started this time last year.  This will also fulfill a square on my Fall Bookish Bingo board

I've really gotten hooked on the Red Rising series by Pierce Brown and I've really enjoyed each installment. Morning Star is easily my favorite so far - I don't think I could have asked for anything better! It's truly epic - the world-building and characters are top notch. It's incredibly easy to get thoroughly invested in this brutal story with plenty of twists and turns to keep you glued to your seat. It was a true roller coaster - and I was a complete wreck by the time I closed the novel. Now I just need to dive into Iron Gold!

I sped through this novel from November 7 - 8, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.  This novel also fulfilled a square on my Fall Bookish Bingo board.




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To be honest, I can't imagine a better finale for Obsidio (The Illuminae Files #3) by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff. I've been consistently impressed by these author's combined talents - and they really pulled out all of the stops here. I know I can't properly express just how much I adore this sci-fi series. I didn't want it to end, but I couldn't stay away. I miss all of these characters, but it ended on such a thrilling high note and my sky high expectations were solidly met. If you haven't read this series, I can't recommend it enough. I can't wait to read more from Kaufman and Kristoff in the future!


I read this book from November 1 - 5, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.



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Renegades (Renegades #1) by Marissa Meyer is a very solid series opener with only a few minor hiccups. Marissa Meyers is one of my favorite authors due to The Lunar Chronicles and I was really looking forward to this jumping into her new series. I will say that I was a little nervous since I'm a big fan of superhero movies, but I haven't really read all that many traditional novels featuring superheroes. I shouldn't have been though - Meyer's talent for world-building, stunning plot twists, and an engrossing diverse ensemble cast really shines. Plus, it was really cool to see what kind of powers she comes up with - some are more standard superhero stuff, but others are quite unique. My only real issue is that it was a bit overlong and drags a bit in some places. Overall, though, I'm dying for the sequel - and I highly recommend her newest series.


I sped through this novel from November 8 - 15, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.  This novel also fulfilled a square on my Fall Bookish Bingo board.



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Unwind by Neal Shusterman is the first book I've read by this acclaimed author. Now that I've read it I totally understand what the big deal is. I have absolutely no excuse for putting this novel off for eleven whole years. It's an incredibly timely YA dystopian that tackles many tough topics and it asks real, important questions that don't have easy answers. Not to mention, the fact that Shusterman's writing is stunning and addicting. His world-building and character development are absolutely stellar. Finally, I'd just like to mention that the production of the audiobook is outstanding - there's a reason why Luke Daniels is one of my favorite narrators. If you haven't read this yet, I can't recommend it enough. I need to continue on with this series!


I listened to this on Playaway from November 19 - 21, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.



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I've gotten pretty lucky with my experience with the Doctor Who tie-in novels and Apollo 23 is no exception. It's a fun adventure featuring the Doctor and Amy and Richards author did a good job of capturing the spirit of the characters. Plus, it was cool to see a story that's partially set in the U.S.

I read this novel from November 19 - 21, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.




DNF'd @ 20%

I wanted to love Border Princes (Torchwood #2) by Dan Abnett, but I think I'll just stick with the tv series rather than attempt the tie in novels. The characters I've become attached to don't feel like themselves. It had it's moments, but not nearly enough to keep me reading.

I attempted to read this novel on November 22, 2018 and my review is also on Goodreads.


Have you read any of these books?  Are you taking part in Sci-Fi Month this year?  As always, thanks for visiting my blog and perhaps even commenting down below!