What I Will Be Reading #21

I’ve got a new set of books to add to my reading list. Good thing – my list has gotten down to only about 50 books. That’s not near enough book guilt! So, here’s what I’m adding:

First up is Chuck Wendig’s Zeroes: A Novel from a GeekDad post. It sounds like a fun technothriller/Big Brother is watching type of book. Something else to scare me off of technology for a while, kind of like The Circle perhaps. As a bonus, it’s a “Z” title, which I’m always searching for with my Alphabet book challenge.

I came across a post suggesting books to read while we wait for the next Anne Leckie book to come out. Of course, I still need to read the first book in the series, Ancillary Justice, but then I’ll try the rest of the series on that list. I like space opera – it’s fun.

Sticking with my science fiction in space theme, I picked up two books from a YALSA postZeroboxer by Fonda Lee, which combines space travel with sports. Granted it’s boxing (not at all a favorite sport), but still an interesting pairing. As a bonus, it’s a “Z” titled book. Also, Entangled by Amy Rose Capetta, which promised action and humor.

Finally, one more list of books that sounded interesting, but are not science fiction. She Reads had a post about books to make you happy. I was most intrigued by The Little Paris Bookshop: A Novel by Nina George. But then again, I’m a sucker for books about bookstores. That should be enough to keep me reading for a few weeks, right! But in case you have any other books to add to my list, drop me a comment below.

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