I think the book I’m most looking forward to in this stack is The Missing Witness by Allison Brennan. It’s the 5th book in the Quinn & Costa series and so far they’ve all been terrific. So we’ll see if that streak continues. The one I’m most curious about is At First Spite by Olivia Dade. I adored her Spoiler Alert series, so I’m hoping that her new series continues in that fine tradition even as I wonder if she can capture the lightning in the bottle again without the added attraction of the nerdy, fanfiction-based, ripped from the complaints about the ‘real’ series to match the fake one, vibe of Spoiler Alert. We’ll see.
The one bringing the biggest smile to my face is the Into the Riverlands audio by Nghi Vo, read by Cindy Kay. I finished listening to it Friday afternoon by driving around the neighborhood for ten minutes so I could just get that last bit. I loved the story in text and loved it even more in audio, as you’ll see from my review early this coming week.
At First Spite (Harlot’s Bay #1) by Olivia Dade
The Book of Love by Kelly Link
A Duke’s Introduction to Courtship (Gentlemen Authors #2) by Sophie Barnes
Kairos by Jenny Erpenbeck
The Missing Witness (Quinn & Costa #5) by Allison Brennan
Shadow Speaker (Desert Magician’s Duology #1) by Nnedi Okorafor (audio)
The Weavers of Alamaxa (Alamaxa Duology #2) by Hadeer Elsbai
Wicked Problems (Craft Wars #2) by Max Gladstone
Wild and Distant Seas by Tara Karr Roberts
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