I'm in the process of finishing up The Wolf of Winter so I thought I'd plan out some reading material for the next few months! Here are a few things I've got on my list so far.
Grave Peril - Jim Butcher
I read through the first two books in the popular Dresden Files pretty quickly. They are quick, easy reads and I like that about them. That being said, I'm not completely sold on the series yet. I really like Harry as a character and the concept intrigues me, but I haven't loved what I've read so far. I hear the series gets much better after this book, so I'm going to give it a shot and see if it's worth reading the rest.
Red Seas Under Red Skies - Scott Lynch
The Lies of Locke Lamora was an amazing book that just happened to stand on its own quite well. I didn't feel a burning need to read the second book in the series, but now that some time has past, I find myself wanting to know what the Gentleman Bastards are up to these days. I can only assume it involves a fair amount of trouble, and I intent to find out what that trouble is.
Tigana - Guy Gavriel Kay
My aunt is a big fan of Guy Gavriel Kay and has been trying to get me to read some of his work for a long time. In my defense, I did try to read Tigana a while back, but whether it was the reading material before it or just a certain mood I was in, I couldn't get into the book! I'm going to try reading it again and hope for better luck this time.
The Luck of Relian Kru - Paula Volsky
I'm only slightly in love with the rest of her work, so this is next on my list of stuff to read. Also, from what I can tell, this book is about a guy with really horrible luck. Sometimes, I feel like I may be that person. I can relate, therefore I am interested!
Got anything you're particularly excited about reading in the next couple months? Let me know in a comment below! I'd love to hear about it! :]