A brief, pointless whine

I am currently reading this:

And it’s really good! It’s incredibly engagingly written and it’s about a subject I’ve got a lot of interest and not a ton of knowledge in, which is a good combination. But it is dense, and I am maybe 215 pages into it, and it is five hundred pages long.

Yesterday this came in the mail:

This is the sequel to my favorite book of last year, which is this:

And which I’d kinda like to reread before I get into the sequel. But those are both big books too! And I also have this giant fucker also on my shelf, which is longer than any of them, and I’m psyched to read it too!

(Slightly different style of picture deliberately chosen so you can appreciate the medium-rodent-killing nature of this book, as opposed to the other three, which are more suitable for small rodents.)

I mean okay they’re books and the good thing about books is it’s not like they expire while they’re waiting for you to read them. But I kinda have a lot of shit going on right now somehow despite it being summer break? And the point of this post is if any of y’all have any extra brain cycles that you’re not using that you could loan me they would be greatly appreciated for the next few weeks.

That is all.

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Luther M. Siler

The author of SKYLIGHTS, THE BENEVOLENCE ARCHIVES and several other books.

3 thoughts on “A brief, pointless whine

  1. I have no spare cycles, sorry, as Jade War just arrived at my library, and I’m also rereading House of Shattered Wings and its sequel in anticipation of #3 which just came out, and I just reread A Memory Called Empire which is AMAZING and I should really have thought of rereading Jade City but it’s not gonna happen at this point. AND a new collection of Yoon Ha Lee stories just landed on my Kindle. Good luck! 🙂

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    1. What it looks like to me is you walked into a post about how I don’t have enough time to read and recommended like six other books so I’m going to pretend I never even saw this comment. 🙂

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