We are already at the halfway mark for 2020 and I have just seen that I am wel over my halfway mark regarding my reading goal for this year. I set my goal to 30 books at the start of the year because I feel 30 is a target I can comfortably make and do not want to put pressure on myself too much. This year has already had enough challenges as it is.
I did not read all the books I set out to at the start of last month so they will be on this post again. I am happy with the books I did finish last month (apart from that last one…). I had a 1 and a 2 star review last month and I am oke with that as well, there was Dune to keep me engaged as well as a Horus Heresy that more than will make up for it all.
Here are the books I will be reading in June:
Currently Busy with:
I am currently just over halfway with Legion. It is a re-read for me and also happens to be the first book I picked up and read before I even knew what the Heresy was all about. If I am not mistaken this is the book that started my addiction into collecting anything Warhammer related I could get my hands on. The story is as confusing as it was on my first read, yet I love it as equally as I did the first time I read it. This time around I am buddy reading it though which makes for better enjoyment as a whole. Legion is book 6 in the HH series and I feel it will be fitting if I finish it in the sixth month of this year.
It turns out I finished Dune quicker than I thought I would (review will be up tomorrow). Seeing as I am allowed to work again at the zoo, that means I have a half hour cycling in the mornings as well as the afternoons where I can read while getting in some exercise in as well. I know Milou loves Sullivan and she recommended me to maybe start with this series. I am still very close to the start of the book to make any judgments, but its easy to listen to at least.
Other Planned Reads:
I read Deathwatch in April and I have this waiting for me on Net Galley. NG has not put out any new Warhammer books which is kinda a godsend for me as I have too many on there than is healthy. I am trying to cut my books for review on there and being able to finish and take one off of that list will be great.
Should there be enough time left in June (Shadowbreaker is just under 600 pages), I would also like to read this novel. I plan on reading the Gaunt’s Ghosts series some time and I vaguely remember that the Sabbat Worlds features in it. I do not think this book has anything to do with that series, yet I would like to read a bit about what the Worlds are.
If there is enough time I might consider doing another Lovecraft short story as I would like to one day be able to say I read through all his stories. I might be taking a break from reading Horus Heresy until July, pick up book 7 in the seventh month feels like a good Idea to me. A lot of Warhammer book reviews coming your way in June, hope you are ready…
How are your reading plans looking? Link it to me in the comments if you would be so kind.