Back in April I’ve posted an update on my yearly book reading challenge, after reading a total of twelve books last year, I wanted to best that record by reading more books. Below is a recap list of what I read this year.
- The Rats, by James Herbert
- Lair, by James Herbert
- Domain, by James Herbert
- Chacarodons: The Outer Dark, by Robbie Mcniven
- The Horus Heresy: Galaxy in Flames, by Ben Counter
- The Horus Heresy: Crimson Fist, by John French
- Nagash: The Undying King, by Josh Reynolds
- Legacy of Dorn, by Mike Lee
- Elric of Melniboné, by Michael Moorcock
- A knight and his horse, by Ewart Oakshott
Today I can announce (a late one) that I’ve now passed my goal, with six more books read! This year I have so far read 16 books, three of which are part of a trilogy of books. Below is a list of what I’ve read since April’s update post.
- The Knight of the Sword, by Micheal Moorcock
- The Queen of the Sword, by Micheal Moorcock
- The King of the Sword, by Micheal Moorcock
- The Land Leviathan (the Oswald Bastable trilogy), by Micheal Moorcock
- The Dark Powers of Tolkien, by David Day
- The Fog, by James Herbert
The first trilogy in the Corum series written by Micheal Moorcock.
So now that my goal has been met, I’m going to read some more books and see how far I can go before the end of 2019.
After reading the Sword Rulers trilogy by Micheal Moorcock, I was really inspired by the story and creations by Micheal, a fun and interesting series relating to the multiverse. I think it’s a series that’s hardly been talked about with today’s generation (including me for a time before I found out about Micheal Moorcock). I’ve got an idea that I’ve been working on for weeks now, that will hopefully attract more new readers to the Corum series and other Micheal Moorcock books……
Until next time,