My non-Kindle reads:
Sapphique by Catherine Fisher: The long-anticipated sequel to Incarceron (which I raved about here). While the plot threads were nicely wrapped up, I was disappointed with the lack of character development, both internally and relationally. It was not an emotionally satisfying book.
The Soul Mirror by Carol Berg: I LOVED this book. It might be the best book I’ll read all year, and if not, it’ll at least make my top five. This strong second book of a trilogy delivers and satisfies. In fact, so many of the plot threads from the first book are resolved, I’m curious to see what Berg will do in the third book. I do know that I have a most intriguing narrator to look forward to in book 3. Squee!
Son of Avonar by Carol Berg: I didn’t like this one quite as much as The Soul Mirror. A large part of the book alternates between past and present, and that’s a storytelling device that I personally do not prefer.
Eagle Dreams by Steve Bodio: This book is about falconry (eaglery? *grin*), Mongolia, dreams and cross-cultural connections. Very well-written and enjoyable.
Have you read any good books recently?