The Towers of Midnight by Brandon Sanderson and Robert Jordan
The House of Lost Souls by F. G. Cottam
I Am Number Four by Pittacus Lore
The Mark of Nerath by Bill Slavicsek
In the coming months I’m going to work a bit harder on reading on my nook. Working in a library the siren song of free books, which often accumulate in rather large stacks as I check things out faster than I can read them, is difficult to ignore. Truthfully I’m getting a bit weary of the stacks of books littering my living space and my car; I’m starting to feel a bit claustrophobic. So I’m doing my best to track down digital versions of books I want to read whether it be from Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, Smashwords, or any number of other places that sell ebooks. No big themes planned for December which, still being employed in retail, is typically an unnecessarily hectic month. On a whim I’m going to be working licensed fiction into my reading a bit more; a result of curiosity more than anything else. That’s it for now, I’ll be back later this week with a review of Scalzi’s The Lost Colony.