So. Champion, the final book of the Legend trilogy, was fine. Interesting and I liked the complicated politics, but I just, for the life of me, couldn’t care about June and Day - although I did like the end of their romance.
The Alanna quartet by Tamora Pierce - while I disliked some of the books individually, I enjoyed this as a whole, and liked it as almost an allegory of the modern working woman.
Tomorrow, When the War Began lives up to the hype as the best classic Y/A dystopian from Australia. I need to read more in this series.
From Scratch is fine if you’re really into the history of television. It’s less about chefs and cooking than I would like, but then, so is the Food Network.
Curtsies and Conspiracies. I have yet to read a bad book by Gail Carriger. She has created this great supernatural steampunk Victorian world and nothing in this Finishing School series nor the Parasol Protectorate has disappointed.
Pages so far: 32,036 Books so far: 92 On pace for: 100 books, 34,949 pages. But with the holiday month coming up who knows.