I’m hoping this week will be better than the last. Like I mentioned yesterday, I only read one book. Thankfully, The Witch Hunter was enjoyable enough. I really want jump start my reading mojo again; so this week, I’m tackling a couple of books from Ernest Cline, and one from a well-seasoned author – which I, unfortunately, knew very little of – Owen Sheers.
I’m in the middle of Ready Player One, which is as excellent as everyone said it would be and beyond everything I’d ever expected. I didn’t think I would enjoy this as much as have been. Considering it is a bit of a Sci-Fi. The setting is an Utopian world that predominantly runs on virtual reality, and we all know my brain doesn’t really work well when I have to imagine something as futuristic. The actual world itself is a wasteland, with the people dependent on food vouchers. In other words, war, famine, chaos. You know, all the good stuff. 🙂
I probably shared this misconception with a lot of readers, but I was under the impression that Armada is the sequel to Ready Player One. I was wrong. It could be set in the same world, but don’t quote me on that.
I Saw a Man has been on my reading queue for a couple of weeks now. I thought I’d try to tick it off my TBR list this week. It’s a short novel, but I think I’m in for a rough, emotional ride. I’m oddly looking forward to reading this.
- The Witch Hunter by Virginia Boecker
- Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway
- The Summer of Chasing Mermaids by Sarah Ockler
- Nowhere Ranch by Heidi Cullinan
- Love Hacked [Knitting in the City, #3] by Penny Reid
I’m looking for some good New Adult recommendations, guys. Give me something good!