Saturday Reading

Watership Down, by Richard Adams (a chapter a week)
Walking on Glass, by Iain Banks
How Loud Can You Burp?, by Glenn Murphy

Last books finished
Lila, by Marilynne Robinson
Short Trips: Monsters, ed. Ian Farrington
The Quarry, by Iain Banks
Banewreaker, by Jacqueline Carey
Heritage, by Dale Smith

Next books
Godslayer, by Jacqueline Carey
George's Cosmic Treasure Hunt, by Lucy Hawking
Where Angels Fear, by Rebecca Levene and Simon Winstone

Books acquired in last week
Bételgeuse v 4: Les Cavernes, by Leo

One thought on “Saturday Reading

  1. Kinda was the last Doctor Who I watched as a child. Not sure why I stopped, but most likely the move in the schedules from Saturdays to weekday evenings clashed with something (cub scouts? orchestra rehearsals? I don’t remember).

    I know that Kinda gets a lot of flak for the weak snake effect at the end, but it has moments that stand up to rewatching (which very little from this period does). The scenes with Tegan and the Mara are delightfully creepy and the breakdown of Hindle is well-acted by Simon Rouse. Even Adric works quite well here.

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