Greg Bear – Queen of Angels
Greg Bear – Tangents
I was impressed enough by what Greg Bear demonstrated as capabilities and craftsmanship in the earlier novel mentioned on this blog to give him another read or two.
Henry Williamson – Tarka the Otter
Jeanne’s sold me on the enjoyment and curiosity sometimes to be found in young adult books. When I see one for a quarter I’ll often snag it. Never heard of Henry Williamson as far as I can recall.
Alan Dean Foster – End of the Matter
I’ve read a lot of Foster’s works over the years and remember not a single one. I expect a 2 hour distraction/read from this one.
Bruce Catton – Stillness at Appromattox
It’s been at least a decade since I read this. Time for a recycle.
Sister Carie Anne O’Harie – Murder Makes a Pilgrimage
I don’t know how the hell this one sneaked into my purchases. I don’t expect much from it, but I’ll try a chapter or two. Never heard of the author.
S.L. Rottman – Hero
Appears to be another young adult tome. Never heard of the author.
Douglas C. Jones – The Search for Temperance Moon
No idea. Pot luck. Bought it because something about it reminded me of the 1960s move, The Searchers. Lots of pages. Probably 3, maybe 4 hours of reading if it turns out okay.
C. A. Mobley – Rites of War
Looks to be another of a thousand other pot boilers with the same plots, characters, settings. Plenty of pages though.