Book club–pick a book
Vote on your top choice for our first book club selection. I hope this works. I’ve not done a poll before. Vote closes midnight on Friday. Or whenever I get up Saturday. If for some reason the poll doesn’t show, put a note in the comments. And anyone who wants to lobby for a particular book, put that in the comments and I’ll move it up asap into the post for all to read. Remember, our first discussion will be February 2nd. Also, for my LJers, please vote on my website. Link is below.
[contact-form][contact-field label=’Book Club Poll’ type=’radio’ options=’Death%26#039;s Hand by S.M. Reine,Master of Crows by Grace Draven,Firelight (Darkest London) by Kristen Callihan,Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder,Kiss of Steel by Bec McMaster,The Spirit Thief by Rachel Aaron,The Shadow Reader by Sandy Williams,Siren Depths by Martha Wells,Warded Man by Peter Brett,Cast in Shadow by Michelle Sagara,Miserere: An Autumn Tale by Teresa Frohock,The Unremembered by Peter Orullian,Dark Currents by Jacqueline Carey’/][/contact-form]
Here are links to get more info about the books:
Death’s Hand by S.M. Reine
Master of Crows by Grace Draven
Firelight (Darkest London) by Kristen Callihan
Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder
Kiss of Steel by Bec McMaster
The Spirit Thief by Rachel Aaron
The Shadow Reader by Sandy Williams
Siren Depths by Martha Wells
Warded Man by Peter Brett
Cast in Shadow by Michelle Sagara
Miserere: An Autumn Tale by Teresa Frohock
The Unremembered by Peter Orullian
Dark Currents by Jacqueline Carey
This was WAY too hard 🙂
Definitely! I added them all to my Goodreads – now just a question of which one I read first!
There are too many good choices!
4 of those are on my all time favorite list: Poison Study, Firelight, Kiss of Steel, and Cast in Shadow. The rest are on my TBR list.
Poison Study! This trilogy is fantastic.
It is! But I’ve already read it 3 or 4 times…
The only one I’ve read is Warded Man, so I’m down for just about anything else. I voted The Unremembered because it looks most like my cup of tea, but I think all of ’em look pretty good.
I’ve only read a few of these… but I think there would be a lot of good discussion with Michelle Sagara’s book… it’s very unique.