My apologies for the delay in my reading roundup this week.  I was rather distracted by the announcement of the new Kindles and the referendum held in my country of origin on independence.  I stayed up late last night watching the BBC and Scotland Decides.  I really hope once the dust has settled, the UK can work out some structure that works for everyone.

Ahem, so onto more literary matters.  This week I breezed through Christine Manzari’s Deviation, the first in The Sophisticates, a YA dystopian series.  I absolutely loved it – expect a full review next week.  I’ve also been continuing with the audiobook of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander.  I only listen for half an hour or so at night before I go to sleep, so at 33 hours it’s not quick.  I’m just about managing to keep ahead of the wonderful Starz TV series (at least as the episodes are broadcast in Canada.)

Added to my library this week

Conviction by Christine Manzari.  This is the second in the Sophisticates series.  I imagine you can guess where I’m going in my review if I immediately went out and bought the second book upon finishing…  I’ve not started it yet, but it’s in my library.  Conviction is available in Kindle format.

On Audible I placed a preorder for Rick Riordan’s The Blood of Olympus.  Mmmm I can’t wait for this one!

That’s all I got for this week folks.  Have a good one.

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