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The Poppy War

Kuang, R. F.
First volume in a series. Pretty long fantasy taking place in a China-like country. Not painful to read so I shall continue with the second volume post-haste.

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6/2021

Rosemary And Rue

McGuire, Seanan
Urban Fairy Noir in San Francisco? Nice setting, too much action. Don't really want to read the rest of the series, though.

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6/2021

A Desolation Called Peace

Martine, Arkady
This the second book took me a long time, maybe a hundred pages, to come up to speed as to what was going on. I'm looking forward to the third book, but I'm not sure I'll remember much of what happened in this one, then!

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6/2021

Black Sun

Roanhorse, Rebecca
Book one of Between Earth And Sky series. Well, we seem to be left at some sort of cliffhanger (not literally) here. When is the next book coming out?

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5/2021

The City We Became

Jemisin, N. K.
First book in series. The city of New York is under attack and the avatars of the borough (who didn't know they were the avatars of the boroughs) work together (mostly) to repel the Enemy. Pretty good, and certainly different!

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5/2021

Fugitive Telemetry

Wells, Martha
Muderbot get involved with the investigation of some dead guy. Very good!

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5/2021

The Relentless Moon

Kowal, Mary Robinette
Book 3 in the Lady Astronaut series. Very good, Nicole Wargin on Earth and the Moon is the main character in this one.

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4/2021

The Fated Sky

Kowal, Mary Robinette
The Lady Astronaut Elma ends up going to Mars on the first expedition.

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4/2021

What Cabrillo Found

Lovelace, Maud Hart
A biographical story of Juan Rodrigues Cabrillo who "discovered" California. A very 1958ish book for children.

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3/2021

The Exiles

Kline, Christina Baker
It wasn't until I read the author's notes at then end did I realize I've read another book by this that I like very much. This one is about the transportation of women prisoners to Australia/Tasmania.

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3/2021

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