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Books Read in June, 2016 July 2, 2016

Posted by jkahane in reading hut, Uncategorized.
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It’s another month, and relatively early in the month. Thus, as is my standard usage of my blog space at or near the beginning of the month, I present the listing of my June, 2016 reads.

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Books Read in May, 2016

Sword-Dancer by Jennifer Roberson (r)

A Tragedy in 5 Acts by Michelle Lyons-McFarland (RPG)

Nefertiti Overdrive by Fraser Ronald (RPG)

Brother to Dragons, Companion to Owls by Jane Lindskold

The Wood Wife by Terri Windling (r)

May, 2016 Locus

The Grimm Future edited by Erin Underwood

The Geek Feminist Revolution: Essays by Kameron Hurley

Outriders by Jay Posey

Lords of Olympus Roleplaying Game by The RPGPundit (RPG)

The Making of Bigfoot: The Inside Story by Greg Long

June, 2016 Reader’s Digest

Primeval Roleplaying Game by Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan (RPG) (r)

June, 2016 Locus

The Sudden Appearance of Hope by Claire North
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As per usual during the summer months, my reading tends to be slightly less than what I accomplish book-wise during the non-summer months, though I also had the disadvantage (if one can call it that) of not being all that mobile this past month. Hence reading was a good option. 🙂 My favourite books for the month were The Grimm Future edited by Erin Underwood, which took an interesting look at takes on the various Grimm’s faerie tales, among other things. The Making of Bigfoot: The Inside Story by Greg Long was an really good book, and had an interesting perspective about Bigfoot. And I also enjoyed the re-read of the Primeval RPG by Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan (can’t recall how many times I’ve read the rulebook), but it’s always a good read.

Overall, I managed to read 9 novels, 4 RPG and RPG products, 3 magazines, 0 comics, and 0 graphic novels in June. This brings the year total in 2016 to a set of numbers that look like this: 60 books, 14 RPGs and RPG products, 13 magazines, 140 comics, and 0 graphic novels.

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