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June 6:  10 Books From X Genre That I’ve Recently Added To My TBR ListI want to know what books have piqued your interest lately from whatever genre you choose!

Ten Ten Sci Fi/ Fantasy Books That I’ve Recently Added to my TBR

1. The Furthest Station; Ben Aaronovitch. Magic police in London, doing their best.

2. The Language of Thorns; Leigh Bardugo. Dark fairytales.

3. Ladycastle; Delilah Dawson. Lady heroes.

4. Indigo; Charlaine Harris, Christopher Golden, et al. Some cool authors in this book.

5. A Peace Divided; Tanya Huff. Torin Kerr is just awesome.

6. Shadowsong; S. Jae-Jones. Goblin Market inspired book, part 2.

7. A Scandal in Battersea; Mercedes Lackey. Sherlock Holmes… and Elemental magic.

8. Redder Than Blood; Tanith Lee. Vampire Snow White? Sold!

9. Down Among the Sticks and Bones; Seanan McGuire. A Home for Wayward Children… children with stories to tell.

10. The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O; Neal Stephenson. Because I like the author.

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About Caitlin Stern

I have a MA in English, and have so many fantasy/urban fantasy WIPs it's not even funny. I'm an avid reader of science fiction, fantasy, mystery, romance, biography, fiction, and anything else that catches my interest. I collect books, and bookmarks I find that are visually appealing and useful.

13 responses »

  1. Marcia says:

    Good list, as always, Caitlin. I’ve already added Thorns, because, Bardugo! Yay! And I’m starting with the beginning on the Tanya Huff series, because I like to do related series in order.

    I tried my best to read the first Aaronovitch London book, and slogged halfway through it, when I realized that in spite of having everything I love in a book, I was bored senseless. I’m not sure why. The writing was pretty solid, but for some reason, not one character felt real, or if they did, I didn’t care about them. I put it in my Books Never Finished folder, and will give it a go another day. Sometimes timing is everything.

    I like Seanan McGuire, but this series didn’t do it for me, so I’ll be interested in what you think. I’m hanging in there for Toby Daye’s next book. 🙂

    One of these days, I’m going to read Mercedes Lackey. You keep mentioning her, and I still haven’t gotten there, but I do plan to. 🙂

    I always take note of your book lists! Thanks for such an interesting selection.

    • Sometimes books just don’t work. It happens!

      I don’t like the Incryptid books as much as the Toby books, I admit. And I’m not as fond of Antimony as Verity.

      • Marcia says:

        I agree on both counts, though Incryptid is fun, most of the time. But even after reading the entire book, I still don’t care much for Antimony. I’d much rather read about Verity. And Toby & Tybalt ROCK. 🙂

  2. I wish it was the release day of The Language of Thorns. I love the Grishaverse and the cover of this book is so beautiful.

  3. FranL says:

    Wow, I just added several of these to my TBR list. I’m torn on Shadowsong. I feel like the Elemental Masters series has become sort of redundant in the last few books, but I do love Sherlock… Redder Than Blood and The Language of Thorns look great! My TTT https://franlaniado.wordpress.com/2017/06/06/top-ten-tuesday-historical-fiction-recently-added-to-my-tbr-list

  4. I want to read A Language of Thorns, too!
    My TTT.

  5. Sophie Li says:

    Thank you for sharing your list! I am embarrassed to say that I haven’t read these books.
    I am also an aspiring writer (currently working on the fourth draft of my first novel). I will follow you and I look forward to reading more of your works 🙂

    Here is my T10T for this week: https://sophiexli.wordpress.com/2017/06/06/top-10-tuesday-fantasy-books-in-my-tbr/

    Cheers,
    Sophie

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