Discussion Tuesday

https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1368585667l/1629945.jpgThat time is here, and I have an inviting discussion.

Last week I rekindled the weekly discussion conversations with other bloggers. However, it did not thrive as it previously did so I thought ā€“ start on something smaller and quicker for people to engage and comment. This weekly discussion is: reading.

What are you reading at the moment?

At the moment I am reading, The Tower on the Rift by Ian Irvine.


Ian Irvine is an inspiration to my writing and one of my favourite Australian fantasy authors. His works include the bestselling Three Worlds epic fantasy sequence, which has sold over a million print copies.

In the second volume of this stunning and original saga, Ian Irvine continues The View from the Mirror.

The ancient city of Thurkad has fallen, and all who gathered there for the Great Conclave are scattered. Driven mad, the young sensitive Karan is left for dead. Her lover, Llian the Chronicler, is captured by the renegade Aachim, who plan to use the Twisted Mirror for an act of millennial vengeance. The great mancers, including Magister Mendark, flee, die, or are rendered powerless, and even the conquering sorcerer Yggur is threatened by a growing fear of what is to come.

What are you reading?

Post your comments and answers below. If you think someone has an interesting point of view and answer, please invite them or share this post to them.

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15 thoughts on “Discussion Tuesday

  1. The Sending by Isobelle Carmody, Percy Jackson and the Greek Gods by Rick Riordan, Mansfield Park by Jane Austen and Bone Crossed by Patricia Briggs.

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  2. This book sounds like something I should check out soon, thanks for sharing it! Right now I’m reading Dragon Blood #1 by Lindsay Buroker, The Plantagenets by Dan Jones, a back issue of Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, and (via audiobook) Broken Homes by Ben Aaronovitch.

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  3. I’m still stuck on Stephen King’s IT. Part of the problem is it is a long book. The other part is that I don’t really care for it anymore and am just forcing myself so that I can review it. The ending really drags. I think next, because of Ursula Le Guin’s death, I will read “The Word for Planet is Forest” which I just recently acquired. Have not read anything by Le Guin yet, and I figure now is the right time. I’ll have to check out Irving later.

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  4. I’m reading Nightwoods, by Charles Frazier. Just finished The King of Lies, by John Hart and Before We Were Yours, by Lisa Wingate. Before We Were Yours is a story that’s going to stay with me for a long time.

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