I have been reading a lot. And as you read this I will have gone off to the great lake to mostly read a whole lot more, as it will be the main pastime up there in the north country.
I have the Mars Trilogy by Kim Stanley Robinson, A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine, Amari and the Night Brothers by B.B. Alston. I have a book about an English farm being let to go wild. I might be reading the rest of Harry Potter 2, and Prisoner of Azkaban aloud, and I'm open to what I find in bookstores. For the most part I don't expect you to have heard of all these.
I'm not exactly sure what kind of books I like right now. I just plunged through an entire kids' fantasy novel like I was skidding over the surface of it. I think it was called The Marvellers, or something like that. It was about like this kid who, no, I don't think I can explain it. It's gone. All gone.
It was okay.
So to keep track, and not lose the whole week of reading, I'll set down some of my possible books I'll be reading, and then in a week I'll come back and revisit what happened while I still can:
The Reading List:
Red Mars (etc.)
A Memory Called Empire
Arkady and the Night Visitors
HP and the Chamber of Secrets
HP and the Prisoner blah blah blah
Mystery book from a bookstore
Tune in next week when we'll give the lowdown on my books.
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