You just answer these three questions:
What did you finish reading?
What are you currently reading?
What are you planning to read next?
What did I finish reading?
The Boleyn King (The Boleyn Trilogy #1) by Laura Andersen 5/5 (review)
An outstanding alternative historical fiction that asks us, “What if Anne Boleyn had given birth to a son?”
The Dead Shall Not Rest (Dr. Thomas Silkstone #2) by Tessa Harris 5/5 (review)
Yet another wonderful historical fiction with a bit of truth in it, The Dead Shall Not Rest follows Thomas Silkstone on a gruesome adventure of murder, grave robbers, body snatchers and vile humanity.
What am I currently reading?
I’m only at chapter 4 (8% through) so the only thing that has happened so far is Gray’s brother turning eighteen and being taken by the Heist. It started off a bit odd, as not much was explained, but I’m understanding things a bit more. I don’t like how negative the main character, Gray, is and how he’s always down on himself but I’m hoping that there’s a reason for this constant nagging, or that something great will come out of it. It’s an easy read, and I’m enjoying it more and more as I go on.
Radiant (Unearthly #2.5) by Cynthia Hand
10% through. I’ve already read the main books to this trilogy a while ago, but for some reason I missed out on this. It might further explain, or make sense out of Boundless, but I’m just reading it to say I’ve read everything in the series. :)
What I plan on reading next?
This is due back at the library soon and I’d rather not renew it for a third time, just in case someone else might want to read it before the third book is out.
Arclight (Arclight #1) by Josin L. McQuin
This is due back at the end of the month, and like Taken, is not eligible for renewal since there is a waiting list.
The next Netgalley book that will be published soon… I JUST NOW REALIZED THAT IT IS IN A SERIES! I don’t recall seeing that on Netgalley, but after doing a search on goodreads I find that it is indeed in a series. Will I have time to search out and read the first two? We shall see!