Things I Read

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  • January 2021
  • February 2021
  • March 2021
  • April 2021
    • A Choice for Essence (The Essence Chronicles, 1)
    • What to do with Baby Ashes
    • Marriage Unarranged
  • May 2021
    • A Tale of Two Cities
    • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
    • Les Miserables
    • Anna Karenina
  • June 2021
    • The Civil War: A Narrative, Volumes I through III
    • Honestly, I just up and decided that I might switch this to a “pride month” theme because (as no one reads this page and I won’t get discovered) I may have started questioning some things. If that happens, I’m probably going to change my June from “Southern” to pride. Will still put the Civil War books, which I’ve already gotten, somewhere.
  • July 2021
    • Liars and Thieves (Unraveling the Veil, 1)
    • Spellbound
    • His Name Was Zach (His Name Was Zach, 1)
  • August 2021
    • A Wizard of Earthsea (The Earthsea Cycle, 1)
    • Tombs of Atuan (The Earthsea Cycle, 2)
    • The Farthest Shore (The Earthsea Cycle, 3)
    • Tehanu (The Earthsea Cycle, 4)
    • Goodreads Exclusives: Tales from Earthsea (The Earthsea Cycle, 5) and The Other Wind (The Earthsea Cycle, 6)
  • September 2021
    • Ninefox Gambit (Machineries of Empire, 1)
    • Raven Strategem (Machineries of Empire, 2)
    • Revenant Gun (Machineries of Empire, 3)
  • October 2021
    • Walking Into Trouble
    • We All Die In the End
    • The Secrets of Plants in the Environment
  • November 2021
    • 1776
    • Union 1812
    • You Never Forget Your First
    • Myths of the Cherokee
  • December 2021
    • Prelude to Foundation (Foundation Series, -2)
    • Forward the Foundation (Foundation Series, -1)
    • Foundation (Foundation Series, 0)
    • Goodreads Exclusives (hopeful, no guarantees I’ll finish): Foundation and Empire (Foundation Series, 1), Second Foundation (Foundation Series, 2), Foundation’s Edge (Foundation Series, 3) and Foundation and Earth (Foundation Series, 4)




I don’t have anything earlier than April because that’s when I decided to start doing any kind of book review on this site.

39 thoughts on “Things I Read

  1. A. Rinum says:

    Would be amazing if you could check out my sci-fi book ‘The City of Saints’.
    It’s about a dystopian future where cyborgs have taken over, and they are killing humans. The protagonist of my story is a ten-year-old girl, who is trapped in this war. She goes on a journey to find her father who had gone missing six months ago, but instead stumbles upon SAM- Specialized Assasin Military-bot who has to kill her but humanity gets the best of him.

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