Tell Me Tuesday #81

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I’ve slowed down on reading, because I have been somewhat busy being social, but I hope I can get some more done before the end of the month.

Last

  • The Story of Kullervo by J.R.R. Tolkien – This was okay. It’s a mostly unfinished retelling of a Finnish myth, and it includes notes from Tolkien and the editor. It also has an essay on the impact the myth had on Tolkien. I don’t recommend buying this unless you are really into Tolkien and want to add to your collection.
  • The Sky Woman by J.D. Moyer – This was quite an interesting read! It had it’s issues, particularly in the romance area and a few info dumps, but it was pretty unique.
  • The Fourteenth Goldfish by Jennifer L. Holm – I got the second book for review, and so I decided to tackle this one. It was kind of fun! The grandfather character is a bit overbearing, but I like the somewhat ridiculousness of the science.

Now

Night of Cakes and Puppets

  • Night of Cakes & Puppets by Laini Taylor – I need to finish this series, so I figured I’d listen to the audio of this novella to try and get back into it. Plus it will count for my NEWTs readathon.

 

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2 Responses to Tell Me Tuesday #81

  1. I have wanted to read the Smoke and Bone Books for ages. I have managed to catch up on a lot of backlist books this year, so yeah, maybe next year I can get to them. 📚

    Thanks for TMTing. 💜

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