This is the sixth book in the Outlander series. I’m trying to finish the series this year. That’s a lot of pages, though, so we’ll see. At least I get to start reading new ones with the next book in the series.
Genre: historical fiction with a fantastical element
Length: 980 pages
Setting: mostly 1772-1776, Carolinas
Summary: Short version: Life in the Carolinas as war is beginning with time travel 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 started this book while on vacation. I’d just read two Discworld books and needed a break (I cannot binge anything – I need variety in my life). I vaguely remember reading the first book in the series (this is the second) and thought some space opera would be a nice change of pace.
Genre: space opera science fiction
Length: 435 pages
Setting: mostly the planet Grayson and its surrounding space, far future Continue reading
This was one of the spring SheReads book choices. I was provided a copy of the book, but all my opinions are my own.
Length: 368 pages
Setting: California, present day, and Europe, 1944-1946 Continue reading
This is the second Outlander book. I’m rereading the series this year, and I wanted to be sure to read the book before I got around to watching the second season of the TV series.
Genre: time travel/historical fiction
Length: 743 pages
Setting: France and Scotland, 1740s, Inverness, 1968 Continue reading
This book has been on my To Be Read list so long I’ve forgotten why I put it there in the first place. I was looking for some science fiction or fantasy to read, and decided to get something that’s been on the list for a while.
Genre: science fiction
Length: 370 pages
Setting: near future, a big American city Continue reading
This is my husband’s favorite movie, and he got an audiobook of the story. I decided to listen to it as well, since I enjoy Stephen King when he isn’t being scary.
Length: 181 pages
Setting: Maine, it felt like the 1950s Continue reading