Weirdathon Reading Update & Link Up: Week Three
My reading this week wasn't really all that weird. Or rather Songs of a Dead Dreamer was super weird and then the other two were slightly weird, creepy thrillers. I've been audiobooking a lot while cleaning and organizing the apartment, and I've found thrillers to be really really good for that type of mundane activity. Luckily these two had creepy twins, sort of ghosts, and maybe aliens (but at the very least conspiracy).
If I were allowed to enter my own giveaway and do the achievements, this would definitely cover read a book of weird short stories. And creepy, but I already did that. P.S. if you're trying to hit more of the achievements, be sure to check out Motion Sick Lit's handy guide!!
If you're looking for more weird book suggestions, I just posted 10 Fantastic Nonlinear Novels. They're like the entry drug for experimental formats.
WEIRD BOOKS FINISHED
The Three by Sarah Lotz (audiobook)
Songs of a Dead Dreamer by Thomas Ligotti
The Ice Twins by S. K. Tremayne (audiobook)
WEIRD BOOKS STARTED
The Passion According to G. H. by Clarice Lispector
What is Not Yours is Not Yours by Helen Oyeyemi
WEIRD BOOKS UP NEXT
Who knows what I'll jump to randomly next?? Maybe one of the following:
The Unfinished World by Amber Sparks
Upright Beasts by Lincoln Michel
Add your link to your week three update below! Also feel free to add any full reviews you did of weird books you read for the Weirdathon!