Unread Shelf: December 31, 2020

See, this looks like I’ve made progress from last month, but only because you don’t see the pile of books that Amazon is literally dropping off at my door right now because my office has a view of the driveway and I just saw the guy. If I hit post before I pick them up they don’t count.

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Luther M. Siler

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

2 thoughts on “Unread Shelf: December 31, 2020

  1. I had some thoughts on the Rachel Cain, but when not thinking too hard, it was a satisfying read. Cemetery Boys helped a friend of mine, and I enjoyed it. The third Comorant Baru book was tough for me (DNF). I’m excited to read the rest of what you’ve collected last year. The breadth of content speaks nicely.

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    1. Part of the reason the Cormorant book is still on the shelf (I think it’s the book that’s remained unread the longest at this point) is that I want to reread the first two before going into it. I LOVED the first book and the second one really suffered from the time lapse in between volumes, and I don’t want to not like this one because I don’t remember everything. I’ll start getting to them in the next couple of weeks, I think.

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