Mr. Curiosity found a new Jim Butcher Dresden Files book of short stories (Brief Cases) while we were on vacation. He convinced me we needed a copy. I am going to try to restrain myself and read one a week for a while. We’ll see how long that lasts before I break down and read them all in a row.
Published: originally in 2017 in Straight Outta Tombstone
Genre: weird western short story
Length: 28 pages
Setting: Dodge City, Kansas, late 1800s
Summary: Short version: Anastasia Luccio goes after some warlocks in Dodge City with the help of Wyatt Earp Continue reading
This is the second Pandava book. Miss Adventure saw it sitting on the library shelf and snapped it up.
Genre: middle grade urban fantasy
Length: 365 pages of story, 381 pages with glossary
Setting: various locations in the Overworld, soon after the events of Aru Shah and the End of Time
Summary: Short version: The pandavas must recover Kamadeva’s stolen bow and arrow Continue reading
Miss Adventure got me reading the Protector of the Small series which takes place after the events in this series. I decided to make an effort to finish listening to this book (which I’ve had on my plate for months), the fourth book in the Immortals series.
Genre: YA fantasy
Length: 347 pages
Setting: mostly the Divine Realms and a bit of Tortall, soon after the events of Emperor Mage
Summary: Short version: A final confrontation between the powers of Chaos and Order Continue reading
It was a free book provided by Tor. I decided to read it now because Mr. Curiosity read it and enjoyed it.
Length: 236 pages
Setting: the Protectorate, a pre-industrial Asian society
Summary: Short version: Twins rebel against their mother, the Protector Continue reading