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What are we reading in June 2023?
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dustydigger
Posted 2023-05-31 12:29 PM (#27003)
Subject: What are we reading in June 2023?



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Another month,another pile of books to read. Tell us what you will be enjoying in June.
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dustydigger
Posted 2023-05-31 12:40 PM (#27004 - in reply to #27003)
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Dusty's TBR for June
SF/Fantasy
Lord Dunsany - King of Elfland's Daughter
P Djeli Clark- A Dead Djinn in Cairo
A E Van Vogt - Slan
John Hindmarsh - No End in Sight
Algis Budrys - Who?
Raymond F Jones - The Year When Stardust Fell
plus any kindle unlimited fluff I may indulge in.


from other genres
Beatrix Potter - The Tale of Peter Rabbit
Heather Graham - The Dead Room
Cyril Hare - That Yew Tree's Shade
Sophocles - Oedipus Rex
P G Wodehouse - My Man Jeeves
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daxxh
Posted 2023-05-31 8:52 PM (#27007 - in reply to #27004)
Subject: Re: What are we reading in June 2023?



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What I plan to read in June:

Within Without - Jeff Noon
Lockdown Tales - Neal Asher
The Iron Rain - Donald Malcolm
Sisters of the Lost Nation - Nick Medina
Shadows of Eternity - Gregory Benford
You Sexy Thing - Cat Rambo
Sailing to Byzantium - Robert Silverberg
Nowhere to Run -CJ Box
Cattle Kingdom - Christopher Knowlton

I also have Kindle Unlimited books to read, one of which is Cage of Souls by Adrian Tchaikovsky. I don't know if I will get to that one since the library hold fairy has lots of books to bring me and somehow they all come at once. I might also have to read the next Pendergast novel, Dance of Death by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, since I just finished Brimstone this evening and it was sort of a cliffhanger.



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bazhsw
Posted 2023-06-21 2:24 PM (#27031 - in reply to #27003)
Subject: Re: What are we reading in June 2023?



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Most of June has been spent tackling Dahlgren by Samuel Delany, and now I have finished it, I cannot decide whether I think it is a work of genius or just infuriating. I can't say I have 'enjoyed' the experience, but for a book about not a lot it has certainly provoked an awful lot of thoughts.
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