WWW: June’s Horror and Sci-Fi Reads (So Far)


How is it the middle of June already? Wow. Time is flying. So, it’s time for a check-in on what I’ve read, what I’m reading, and what’s up next. This is a combination for both WWW Wednesdays by Sam at Taking on A World of Words and Lipssy’s This Week in Books. I feel like I’ve read more sci-fi than what Goodreads was showing me lately, but probably not. Anyways…


What I’ve Read:

Z TailgateAsh Review (Asher Benson #1)Newfangled Fairy Tales Review Sandman SlimDevour Review Wild Animals Harmonic Resonance One Who Saw

My favorite out of all of these so far is probably ASH, though Harmonic: Resonance is a very close runner-up. ASH is an action movie in book form. It made me laugh, roll my eyes, and groan on several occasions. Yet, I couldn’t look away from it. Harmonic: Resonance was just a very unique take on a common horror subject. Extremely well done.

What I’m Reading:

Fringe Runner The Private Sector Armageddon Bound Prometheus Ascending

This is an interesting mix of books that I’m reading right now. Prometheus Ascending is written documentary style. It spans quite a period of time, and is mostly dry with occasional funny interjections. Fringe Runner is your typical sci-fi read. The Private Sector is 1984‘ish, but flows better. Demon Squad is a bit foul-mouthed. I can’t wait to read more of it.

What’s Up Next:

Analogue Marionettes Escapee

Bloodwalker Sinfonia Bob

Out of all of these, I’m looking forward to Bloodwalker most, I think. Though, if my previous two tries from Edward Hoornaert are any indication, Escapee will be a great read. I’ve actually read some of Marionettes and Bob. Bob seems like it’ll be very funny to a specific set of people. We shall see.

Have you read any of the ones on my list? Would you like to briefly hear more about any particular one? Let me know! Also, please link your WWW/This Week in Books. I love to see what people are reading!


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