Where are you in Fantasyland? January, 2020
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>1 seitherin: I hope The Bard's Blade is good. It's on my wish list.
I have a recommendation request. One of my kids stopped reading a couple of years back. I see now she has Farseekers out and lying around, and now I think of it the last thing she read was Red Queen. Can you please recommend something currently in print which is like Obernewtyn Chronicles? Trying to think it through... long journeys... community... talking pets... misfits... post-apocalyptic... latent supermindpowers... Is that how recommendation works? She's already read this in Obernewtyn Chronicles! Any guidance at all much appreciated.
My library got the Murderbot books and i read those. I have also enjoyed the Ancillary... books of Ann Leckie. They touched similar ideas.
My library got some Malazan books as audio. I got Midnight tides, great narration, but I'm astonished at how complex it is! I'm looking forward to reliving the Tehol/Bugg banter, but its a 30 hour listen - don't see how I'm going to make it :-0 Maybe I'll have to reread too. The Sengar brothers and the Beddict brothers - so epic!
(Took a bit of effort to find one that didn't annoy me just from the sample chapters. I'm hoping the female author and/or female protagonist will help me connect a bit better. Most of the others I tried seemed like they were blatant male-reader-wish-fulfillment, right out of the gate... nothing wrong with that for folks who enjoy it, but I'm not the target audience for that sort of thing.)
Now I'm planning to take a hopefully lighthearted dive into the Chilling Effect (more scifi than fantasy) and Ninth House.