This is the third book in the Century Trilogy, following Winter of the World
Genre: historical fiction
Length: 1098 pages (should be the longest book I read this year!)
Font: Warnock Pro, Bodoni Svntytwo ITC, Gill Sans Infant
Setting: U.S., Russia, Germany (East and West), Cuba and Poland, 1961-1989 Continue reading
This was a recommended podiobook way back when. The premise sounded interesting enough to listen it. You can still find it free to listen to at Scribl.
Subtitle: The Chronicles of Rafe and Askana
Published: some time before 2007
Length: 1564 minutes
Setting: Britain in the 1500s and Morevi, an alternate world connected to ours by the Rift Continue reading
This is the second book in the Blood series, following Blood Price.
Genre: urban fantasy
Length: 282 pages
Setting: London, Ontario, soon after the events of the previous book Continue reading
A friend gave me a copy of this book to read. I don’t usually read short story collections, but he seemed so passionate about the author and the stories that I was willing to try it. Since it is a short story collection, I’ll summarize each story and then give my overall impressions.
Genre: fiction short stories, with occasional science fictional elements
Length: 251 pages
Setting: various present day settings in the U.S. Continue reading
This is the fourth book in the Outlander series I’m rereading this year.
Genre: historical fiction with time travel
Length: 880 pages
Setting: around Charleston, South Carolina, 1767-1770, and England, 1969 Continue reading
I picked this book up at the library’s used book sale based solely on the title. Turns out it’s the fourth book in the Park Avenue Series.
Length: 439 pages
Setting: a big city in the U.S. in the 1960s Continue reading
This is the third book in the Outlander series I’m rereading this year, following A Dragonfly in Amber.
Genre: time travel/historical fiction
Length: 921 pages (so close to the coveted 1000+ pages tag!)
Setting: Inverness, 1968, and Scotland to France to the West Indies, 1746 Continue reading