[Reading Roundup] October & November 2018

A solid reading roundup for the months of October and November. I’m well behind my Goodreads goal, but I’m not too concerned about that. For December, I’ll try and screen my books a bit better and read the ones I know I’ll love so I don’t hit a book slump.

Star Trek Deep Space Nine: The Never Ending Sacrifice – Una McCormack
You don’t have to be a Star Trek fan to love this book. It’s an historical epic that just so happens to be set on another planet. One of my favourite books! Read my review!
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These Rebel Waves – Sara Raasch
Possibly my most disappointing book of 2018. Dull. Dry. Boring. Read my review!
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Unconventional – Maggie Harcourt
Overall really cute. But the first half was definitely much better than the second half. I felt it may have worked better as novella rather than a full length novel.
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Stargate SG-1: Valhalla – Tim Waggoner
I picked this one up because Jonas Quinn was on the cover and I was in the middle of rewatching season 6 of SG1 and was in a Jonas mood. I was hoping for more Jonas working with SG-1, but his story line was pretty separate from them for most of the book.
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Gemina (The Illuminae Files #2) – Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
Fantastic sequel! Ella annoyed the hell out of me. And Nik annoyed me too, but I tolerated him. Overall though, Gemina was just a visually gorgeous as Illuminae. A wonderful series–I highly recommend it!
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