Where are you in Fantasyland? July, 2022
Entre no LibraryThing para poder publicar.
Currently observing the evolution of the Spanish Inquisition with Inquisitor Dreams by Phyllis Ann Karr. I'm not sure what to make of it. It's keeping my interest because it's giving me a better understanding of that period of history than I've ever really delved into before... but I can't tell if it's meant to be fantasy or historical fiction. The main character has dreams that are fantastical in nature, but they seem to be existing mainly just to provide commentary on the events in the real world, not really impacting the real world much? It's rather odd.
I'm now back in Ankh-Morpok, listening to Soul Music - music with rocks on :)
Finally getting around to starting Mistborn. I've only read one other Sanderson book until now... haven't really been keen to start this, but I was given the first trilogy as a gift and I figured it's been sitting on the shelf being ignored for long enough.
I am joining Gideon the Ninth for what I think will be an interesting mystery.
I'm finally getting to A Darker Shade of Magic. A friend loaned me the entire trilogy, so I will be reading them all sooner rather than later.
Finished Hard Magic, first in a new Retrievers spin-off series by Laura Anne Gilman. Quite enjoyable -- her stuff isn't super-literary, but well crafted & fun. And for me this is a year when New York gets some needed fantasy attention; I finally read The City We Became several months ago. I grew up just outside New York, and much as I enjoy fantasies set in Chicago, New Orleans, the Pacific Northwest, or London, for me New York is THE city. :-)