Waiting On” Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by ‘Breaking the Spine‘ that spotlights upcoming books that we are are looking forward to reading, so feast your eyes on the delectable delights that I wish to adorn my hive in the future
I have chosen books that have not yet been published that am eargerly awaiting in the coming weeks, I have put an order in with my local bookseller Professor Bumble, so hopefully he will buzz them over to me asap!
I have been a ‘fan’ of Maas ever since she wrote ‘Throne of Glass’ and personally think it is going on way too long, but that is a future discussion, so I have turned my attentions to her Fae series and am enjoying it to a greater degree, this will be the third of the series and am keenly awaiting publication very soon on 2/5/17.
This carries on with the tale of a human who killed a wolf in a forest near her, only to be dragged off to fae land to answer for her actions, her captor, a striking fae lord named Tamlin, she starts off his captor but soon becomes more involved in him and his world…..
Beautiful covers and so far a wonderful fantasy book
I just adore Historical fiction particularly of the Tudor period and this is book two of a six books series, it chronicles the life and times of each wife of the famous / infamous King Henry Vlll of England. I have listened to the first book via my audible subscription, but I also have the physical copy, and by golly is a hefy tome, my poor arms!
This I am told is going to be off a similar heft, so I had better get eating me some honey, got to get my strength up!
This is the Queen that fascinates me the most, out of all of the six, so, anticipating a jolly good read, will be interesting to see how Weir portrays her.
Will be in my pollen filled hands, hopefully by 18/5/17, trust me, my schedule will be cleared for this and my drones will have to keep me in plentiful supply of nourishment.
Oh Mr Grice, How I have missed you!
This is the Fifth – if i am not mistaken – of the Gower Street Detective novels, Mr Sidney Grice personal detective, Not private, but personal, oh my hive, do not call him private.
He is a man that not many people like, but he is credited with a sharp mind and an aptitude for solving crime, you will no doubt find him either in a Tea Room or picking away at evidence in a Victorian backalley somewhere in London.
He took in his gaurdian March Middleton, and ever since have been ‘working’ together to solve murders that seem unsolvable, I love the wit the Author has written into Mr Grice, but can also in turn be quite a rude odieus gentleman, but he makes me chuckle.
I have to mention Molly, his housemaid, she is a hive short of a queen , if you get my meaning, but she too is quite endearing and I love the scenes in which she occupies.
Each book delivers a new crime, so the stories are refreshing, yet familair, because you are aquanited with the cast.
I hope that you enjoyed my selection and perhaps encouraged you to look into these for yourself.
Please let me know your thoughts and leave me a message, lets buzz about it!
I have to go now, one of my naughty droens have gone to sleep… have to go and poke him… naughty drone!