Bite sized reading

62 thoughts
last posted Sept. 17, 2017, 7:33 p.m.

11 earlier thoughts

  • Middlemarch by George Eliot (an English classic which I’ve somehow failed to read until now! I liked it and will no doubt re-read at some point, though I found some of the sentences impossible to parse)
  • Drifting House by Krys Lee (short stories, which I didn't actually realise until I got to the end of the first “chapter” then wondered why the abrupt shift to a completely different context)
  • The Skies Discrowned by Tim Powers (I found the style and story of this a bit confusing until I realised it’s a very early one!)
  • REAMDE by Neal Stephenson (a fairly random re-read prompted by my Kindle deciding this was suddenly “new” again, which reminded me that it exists and is a pretty good read; though the “and they all lived heterosexually ever after” ending does rather drive home the fact that I’m not the intended audience)

50 later thoughts