Went to the library today and got some quickies to read on top of Pandoras Star (it‘s slow going due to the fact that a lot of the book is a recap of Hamiltons Void series). I‘m pretty excited to read my first Alastair Reynolds though, if I like it then I definitely plan on reading more of him!
So frickin dope. Very enriching for a sci-fi fan.
“One story leads to the generous embrace of the living world, the other to banishment. One woman is our ancestral gardener, a cocreator of the good green world that would be the home of her descendants. The other was an exile, just passing through an alien world on a rough road to her real home in heaven. And then they met-the offspring of Skywoman and the children of Eve-and the land around us bears the scars of that meeting”
1) the dreaming void, book 2 in the series by Peter Hamilton 2) into the wild. Everyone is so inspired by it so I feel obligated to give it a shot. 3) the evolutionary void (Peter Hamilton never ceases to amaze me). 4) lord of the rings.... shit is dense! I can be satisfied with the movies
COVID really threw a wrench in my daily reading routine. I had originally planned to read one or two books a week in 2020 and I thought with COVID I would be able to read so much more! But in actuality the opposite happened. that‘s not necessarily a bad thing because I have made progress in other areas of my life re: quilting. So....anyone else not meeting their reading goals, in lieu of other achievements?