Tuesday, September 6, 2011

What I'm Reading Aug. 22 - Sept. 6

I've done a bit better the last couple weeks reading-wise, moved some things around a bit, and now I'm back in business.

Reading Progress:

Low Town by Daniel Polansky - 150 out of 341. I'm impressed so far although worried I may already have called the ending. We'll see I guess, although it's still good.

Heaven's Needle by Liane Merciel - 88 out of 473. I love this series and this book sucked me right in immediately.

Lord of Chaos (WoT Book 6) by Robert Jordan - I decided to put this to the side for now. I'm loving it (although the glacial pace is really apparent in this volume), but I felt bad about not reading some of my review books. I'll head back into the Wheel of Time in a month or so.


The Lost Gate (Mither Mages 1) by Orson Scott Card - 1 out of 10 CD's. I'm glad Stefan Rudnicki is back on this one. He just does an amazing job. So far, we'll see, I don't really have high hopes based on reviews I've read.


RuneScape: Betrayal at Falador - Review here.

The Prestige by Christopher Priest (Audiobook) - Awesome. Different from the movie but I loved both versions.

Demon Squad: Resurrection by Tim Marquitz - I owe a huge apology to Tim for the time it took me to read this. I loved it, but it took me way too long.


  1. I'm about 50 pages begind you on Polansky, but I'm really enjoying it so far. So much darker that most of what I've read previously, and I'm enjoying it :)

  2. It's been really good. I'm glad when the reviews are right. :)

  3. I'm actually in page 52 myself, and really enjoying it so far also.

    And yeah, glad to see you finally finished Resurrection. Looking forward to the next books, particularly #3.

    Have you read any of his other works? I'm going to read Skulls soon, but curious about his epic fantasy.

  4. Err, meant to say, particularly #4.

  5. I too am very much enjoying the darker aspects of the Polansky. I can either get some much needed sleep tonight, or finish it.

  6. @Bastard - I know right? Very much looking forward to the next couple. I might order Skulls in physical format, I obviously have problems with ebooks.

    @red - You can always catch up on sleep later. :)

  7. No apology needed. You are a very busy man, and I'm glad you took the time to slum with Frank. :)


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