I thought I’d try to get a little more content on the blog so I’m combining a few ideas from others, sharing books and destinations. I’m doing a destination challenge on FB but since I read a lot of SF/Fantasy that often leaves me weeks with no ‘destination.’
So I thought why not open up my take on it to include offworld/fantasy settings. Respond here, FB, twitter whatever makes you happy and let’s share some books because don’t all your TBR piles need to be bigger?
Right now I’m on a middle grade kick. I’m reading The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill and rereading Harry Potter & the Sorcerer’s Stone by JK Rowling. So that takes me to a so far unnamed fantasy world and London/Hogwarts.
2 thoughts on “Reading Destinations”
I’m reading the latest in Charles Stross’s The Laundry Files called The Delirium Brief. Love the series which is very Brit, and civil servants as magicians and magic being advanced maths.
Along the same lines is Ben Aaronvich’s Rivers of London series – hanging out for the latest in that one too.
So both of those take you to London but very different London’s.
Very cool. I don’t know that first series. I still have book one of Aaronvich’s series waiting on me.