February Reading Wrap Up
Annihilation, by Jeff VanderMeer
It’s been awhile since I’ve read science fiction, and this was a pretty good one to get back into the genre with. For a relatively slow story, the writing definitely kept me interested. Not sure if I’ll continue with the trilogy, but I’m glad I read it. I gave this book three stars.
Buffy Season 8, Vol. 6: Retreat, by Jane Espenson and Georges Jeanty
I gave this book three stars.
The Miserable Mill, by Lemony Snicket
This is the one I’ve enjoyed the most so far in this series. Usually, the threat to the children is quite physical, but this time there was a psychological element that I found more frightening. How can you protect yourself from a dangerous situation, if you don’t know you’re in one? I gave this book three stars.
Novel-Length Fan Fiction
Satin and Sawdust, by Ltleflrt (link) (Supernatural: Destiel)
It was definitely interesting to read a fic with a trope reversal. If I could, I’d probably give this 3 ½ stars, but this was a story I kept thinking about in between reading it, so I gave this book four stars.