Top 5 Saturday: Space Setting

Top 5 Saturday: Space Setting

So I’m writing this early because 1) I know my head still hurts but I’d rather have this come out on time than super late and 2) I’m probably either on my way to Fredericksburg to give my presentation, or on my way back, or in the middle of it, and I can’t be on here while I’m trying to teach some people how to use Google Docs.

So here I am. Sorta.

Thanks again Mandy @ Devouring Books for hosting this! I’ll have to do better and start tagging people to do this so we can get more of a following, yeah?

I know I did something like this before, so I’m sorry if my books are either the same or similar.

I haven’t read this one yet, but it’s definitely on my TBR. I’ve heard some great things about this.

I’m kind of cheating with this one because I only watched the movie, but hey. I remember it deals with space so here you go.

Big duh, right?

I guess this one is another big duh.

I’m pretty sure I just bought this because Princess Leia – well she’s a General now, and I love that – was always one of my favorite characters and to see a book about her is freaking awesome!

Rest In Peace forever, Carrie Fisher. 😞

21 thoughts on “Top 5 Saturday: Space Setting

    1. OMG I hope that you end up loving both Illuminae and Red Rising! They were both so good, and even though I read Red Rising back in like 2015 or something, I still fell in love with that story enough to continue with the series.

      Honestly, so do I! It gives me a chance to explore some worlds outside of Earth lol


      1. There is. It’s a whole series. I doubt they’ll continue making movies of it, but I love the rest of the series, though Ender’s Game will always be my favorite.

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      1. Hahaha considering I’ve got this chunk of a Priory to get through, I honestly don’t know if I’ll be starting any other books anytime soon? Of course it all depends on how into it I get. Hopefully really into it soon so I can speed through!

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  1. I’m currently listening to Carrie Fisher narrate her book Shockaholic. It has more to do with mental illness than space, but your Princess Leia references made me think of this first. I do love space settings for novels, though, and intend to read Red Rising and Illuminae eventually.

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