That only made things worse, I’m afraid.
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I’m tired since we just got back from a little weekend trip, but I have some book updates to share. I finished the Gutter Prayer and even though the ending was a bit underwhelming, I enjoyed this book quite a bit! Watch out for small bugs – this book didn’t receive enough of editors’ love and I kept stumbling while reading even though I don’t normally notice typos and such. Shame, really, it’s a good story and the world-building was really rich in this one. I recommend it! I’ll read the second volume for sure.
The Girl Who Could Move Sh*t With Her Mind wasn’t that much of a joy. I’ll probably finish it (only a little bit left) but I thought it would be a funny story and it was, in fact, a mediocre thriller with questionably written characters. When someone endangers a bunch of their work colleagues by smuggling drugs in the company car and is described as “caring” and “always putting others first” I can’t help but wince. I’m not continuing this series and I can’t recommend it.
In my pursuit of funny reads, I started The Ruthless Lady’s Guide to Wizardry and, oh boy! Isn’t this one a joy! I’m in 30% or so, but this book is such a marvel. Who doesn’t like a dunce of a fire-witch trying to flirt her way into high society by wooing a female half-troll? While trying to catch a murderer? Together with an elderly necromancer lady on a revenge quest? Amazing. I love it so far.
Also, I’ll probably skip an update next week to take a little break. I planned a week-long vacation (to pretty much chill, work on my book, and eat good food in Sapporo) and I want to take a mental break from the comic as well. We’ll resume our struggles when I’m back 🙂
Anyway, enjoy Robert while you can.