Monday, 6 February 2012

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

IMWAYR is hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey and is a little round-up of the week for bloggers that read. I felt I wasn't getting any reading time this last week but I still got through three books. I'm sure time is speeding up!

Books I've read:
The Zona by Nathan Yocum 4/5
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K Dick 5/5
Wildwood by Colin Meloy 3/5

Currently reading:
The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey

Upcoming reads:
The Owl Killers by Karen Maitland
Dolphin Way by Mark Caney

I also blogged about:
February Sci-Fi Link-Up | Sci-Fi Winner Announced!
Do Snowborgs Dream of Snow Sheep? | Incoming!


  1. Just finished Donato Carrisi's The Whisperer. Dark and twisted stuff. Haven't settled on next book just yet, but possibly something on the lighter side.

  2. I finished Questing for Uberjoy by Konrad Ventana, still going through Shereen Travels Cheap and going to start The O'Leary Enigma by bob Purssell.


  3. Will be interested to see what you think of Owl Killers. I read the one before it and wasn't impressed. Well, I read half of it and loved it. Put it down for some strange reason so that I had to start from the beginning and didn't like it as much the second time.

  4. A wide array :)

    Have a great reading week!

  5. Ah, so Philip Dick is the one who wrote the Android/Sheep book - you have a wonderful mix of books going, enjoy, Ruby

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  7. I wish I'd had time to fit in Do Androids Dream this month, but I've got so many challenge books going I couldn't manage it (I'm going to read Under the Dome as my sci-fi book this month as it can cross over with another challenge). Do Androids sounds good though, so I might try and get to it later in the year.


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