This sounds good!The complete robot by Isaac Asimov, a very interesting collection of almost all the robot novels. Some of them are connected with other Asimov‘s works like ”The caves of steel” or the “Foundation“ series.
@AquaMarie This sounds as something I'll want to read some time. Will write down the title!Nonfiction: Read Dangerously: The Subversive Power of Literature in Troubled Times, by Azar Nafisi. I find the format of essay-via-personal letters to be quite intriguing.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA yes! another Locked Tomb fan!Nona the Ninth, by Tamsyn Muir The 3rd installment of the Locked Tomb series. Just started it, but it is as entertaining and confusing as the first two.
I like China Mieville, and City & City is a real gem.Recently finished Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton. Very different to the movie but I love them both equally.
Started reading Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith. Unfortunately after 80 of 316 pages I am putting it away. I am unable to remember any of the character names, let alone care about what they are doing. Adding zombies did not help as much as I had hoped.
I am waiting on The City and The City by China Mieville, so in the meantime I will be reading Killer Shark by Paul Crane
Ooof, the ADHD gremlins. I'm so sorry its bothering you!I’ve been trying to read Bram Stoker’s Dracula, and while I quite enjoy it, my ADHD has made it especially hard for me to focus on and enjoy reading lately.
Does anyone have advice on how to love reading again?
oh it was the same thing for me! I think I might have read a sample but downloaded it the same day, it was so fun.Paper book: Just One Damned Thing After Another, by Jodi Taylor. One of my very few impulse buys.
That's a great idea Goodreads provides tons of idea of books!İ should start reading some books maybe should add this to my logbook as well like a daily check list should start with 30 minutes probably.