Also recently read: The End of All Things by John Scalzi (very good, a fitting wrap-for-now on the Old Man's War universe; the Hafte Sorval story was easily my favorite), the new Ms. Marvel (yay!), the first volume of The Wicked + The Divine (intriguing premise, let's see where they go with it); and The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin (totally fantastic, with some ideas I might want to interrogate in a longer review). Up next: probably Court of Fives by Kate Elliott, which has been on my to-read pile for far too long now. I confess I have been totally useless at reporting or closely tracking my reading for the Bradford challenge, but I can honestly say that the only prose novel by a cis straight white dude that I've read since March is The End of All Things (despite Max Gladstone, Kim Stanley Robinson, and Jim Hines temptations -- the books will still be there next year). So thumbs up for that, and I hope I can keep it up.
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