What are you reading right now? What made you choose it? Are you enjoying it? Would you recommend it? (And, by all means, discuss everything, if you’re reading more than one thing!)
In print format: “Every Which Way but Dead” by Kim Harrison. It’s the third in the Hollows UF series. How I came to read the series was a bit unusual for me: a year or so ago I saw “A Fistful of Charms” in store, love the name (although I’m more familiar with the Star Trek: TNG episode “Fistful of Datas” than the Western movie), liked the cover, and bought it. In a fit of absentmindedness, I didn’t check to see if it was a part of a series and later I realized that it was the fourth in the Hollows series. So, now I’ve been slowly reading my way to the book that attracted me to the series in the first place. Although, I’m a little disappointed that it’s not a Western themed at all. It’s an okay read.
In e-book: Law of Survival by Kristine Smith which is also a third in the series. This one is a science fiction book about Jani Killian. I think they were recommended in the Lois McMaster Bujold email list and I’ve liked them. I’d certainly recommend it to anyone who likes SF with good characters.
In audio: “To Say Nothing of the Dog” by Connie Willis. A relisten. I’ve had quite a bit of stress lately and want a light and funny listen. I might get a Pratchett book next from Audible. Hugely recommended! Time travel to the Victorian age!
In comics: Uncle Scrooge collection by Don Rosa. Donald Duck is the most famous comic book hero in Finland and Don Rosa is also very popular. So far, we’ve gotten 9 collected hard covers of Don Rosa’s comics.