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Star Wars: Tyrant's Test
Book 3 of the Black Fleet Crisis
by Michael P. Kube-McDowell
Liking it very much.
I would recommend it to any Star Wars fan, for sure. Otherwise, they may be lost in the continuity.
Pft. It's a Star Wars novel, I cannot help but discover them.
The Fault in Out Stars by John Green. I finished Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare the day I bought it XD
I am currently reading the second book in the "Hush Hush" saga, Crecsendo. I am only 30 pages in, but enjoying it so far and liking where it will lead.
A friend referred me to the Hush Hush saga a few years ago, and just getting around to it now.
I just finished "Finale" the 4th and last book in the Hush, Hush saga. I loved this series. I only wish that I had waited and read them all together. There was such a long wait between books 3 and 4 that I forgot some of the storyline. That is the only thing I dislike about series'.
Anansi Boys - Neil Gaiman
*WARNING ADULT NOVEL*
At last indeed! Bit of a mixed reaction to this one. Didn't love it. Didn't hate it. I'm still mad at Amazon for changing the ebook release date. It was totally uncalled for IMO! For my second dive into M/M wasn't so bad. That it was these two? HOT. Met some new characters that are Meh for me. Didn't appreciate Qhuinn and Blaylock taking another trip on the "Woe Is Me" merry go round. Been there, read that *Yawn* totally understandable though. I don't like the idea of Qhuinn asking, no BEGGING, Blaylock to cheat on Saxton, even if he didn't know the full truth. Speaking of . . Mad Blaylock didn't tell Qhuinn he and Saxton were over. Layla and Xcor were ROMEO AND JULIET in the modern age. Loved Layla's development in this one. Chosen no more :) NOW she is a woman. Sola and Assail *Yawn* been there read that. ANYONE SEEING A PATTERN? Trez and Selena, looking forward to it. Gonna be a bumpy ride so buckle up!
Would recommend to Qhuay fans, JR fans, BDB fans. ONLY, if you've read through the series. You can get away with just this one, but you miss all the development between Qhuinn and Blaylock :) so you wont fully appreciate WHY fans have been waiting so long, and WHY the title is so apt. Discovered the series through TTS of course :)
Star Wars: The New Rebellion by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Eh. Not one of the better Expanded Universe novels.
Only if they wanna know all of Star Wars history after Return of the Jedi.
It has "Star Wars" in the title, so...yeah.