Tag Archives: Sage Liskey

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Reading Update
Fathomless (Redemption's Heir, #2)Fathomless (#2) by Anne M Pillsworth. Very good continuation of this young adult trilogy as the kids head to Arkham to get some training for their magic and, of course, things get creepy and dangerous.
Chimes at Midnight (October Daye, #7)Chimes at Midnight, The Winter Long (October Daye, #8)The Winter Long, A Red-Rose Chain (October Daye, #9)A Red-Rose Chain, Full of Briars (October Daye, #9.3)Full of Briars, Once Broken Faith (October Daye, #10)Once Broken Faith, The Brightest Fell (October Daye, #11)The Brightest Fell, and Night and Silence (October Daye #12)Night and Silence (October Daye 7-12) by Seanan McGuire. Obviously I’m really enjoying this series, since I burned through it in just a couple of weeks and now I want to reread the whole thing again immediately. But I was really, really anxious whilst reading the 11th and 12th book.
Poems for the End of the World: Endings and beginnings 2015-2017 by Sage Liskey. What is there really to say about poetry? You like it or you don’t – I liked this small collection.

*thlurrrrp* -Mayhem