June ’19 Reading Recap

I read some really great stuff this month to it’s hard to pick favorites! But all of the Welcome to Night Vale volumes were probably the most enjoyable reading experience of June. I made progress on my poetry goal for the year. Melissa Scott continues to be an absolute treat even when she scares me with artificial intelligence.


The Buying of Lot 37 by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor (5/5 stars)
Who’s a Good Boy? by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor (5/5)
Welcome to Night Vale by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor (5/5)
It Devours! by Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor (4/5)
Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant
Wildfire by Ilona Andrews (3/5)
Unmarriageable by Soniah Kamal (4/5)
Cyteen by C. J. Cherryh (5/5)
The Glass Town Game by Catherynne Valente (3/5)
Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carringer (4/5)
The Disasters by M. K. England (3/5)
Dreamships by Melissa Scott (4/5)
Unequal Affections by Lara S. Ormiston (3/5)


Feed by Mira Grant (4/5)
Deadline by Mira Grant (4/5)
Blackout by Mira Grant (4/5)
The Eagle of the Ninth by Rosemary Sutcliff (5/5)
The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman (5/5)


Maori Tales of Long Ago by A. W. Reed (5/5)


Poe Dameron: The Spark and The Fire by Charles Soule (4/5)
Avatar the Last Airbender: Imbalance volume 2 by Faith Erin Hicks (4/5)
Legend of Korra: Ruins of Empire volume 1 by Michael Dante DiMartino (4/5)
Runaways: That Was Yesterday by Rainbow Rowell (5/5)
Thrawn by Jodi Houser (3/5)


Oculus by Sally Wen Mao (4/5)
Felicity by Mary Oliver (5/5)
War of the Foxes by Richard Siken (4/5)
So Far So Good by Ursula K. Leguin (3/5)


Brave Face by Shaun David Hutchinson (5/5)