Inspired by the 6 Degrees of Separation meme hosted by Annabel Smith and Emma Chapman, we recreating something similar with #6BookishDegreesofSeparation. The theme for the first link in the chain June is ✮ First ✮
- The ✮ first ✮ book I finished this month was Fledgling by Octavia Butler.
- The first book I finished this year was Career of Evil (Cormoran Strike #3), Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling). Both books are awesome.
- Career of Evil made my list of #ReadThis 3 Thrilling Mystery Books With Gasp Inducing Plot Twists as did Police (Harry Hole #10), Jo Nesbo. And it so happens that both books feature my favorite detectives in fiction (right now).
- Reading Police this year made me all caught up with the Harry Hole ✮ series ✮. Another series which I loved, and managed to catch up with recently is The Lunar Chronicles, when I read Winter, Marissa Meyer.
- Winter features ✮ discrimination against cyborgs and androids ✮ which reminded me of Amped, Daniel H. Wilson where people with implanted devices are capable of super-human feats, and they are generally hated on.
- The ✮ superhuman ✮ aspect of Amped reminds me of Brilliance, Marcus Sakey, in which there are people capable of doing amazing things, although in Brilliance, they are born with the ability.
So 6 books linked together by – First – Plot Twists – Books in Series – Discrimination against androids and syborgs – Superhuman abilities. Have you read any of the books?