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I'm also revising what's not quite a sequel to DAAT. A major character from DAAT appears as an important secondary character in the one I'm working on. A beta reader said the stakes needed to be higher, so I'm getting ready to kill a character, which I always enjoy doing. Is that wrong? :-)
I'm reading the second book in Rachel Caine's Ink and Bone series. Really good YA fantasy based on the premise the librarians hold all the power in this world. Like power holders everywhere, that can be a problem.
I just finished Liane Moriarty's Truly, Madly Guilty. It drove me crazy for a while by withholding information that some of the POV character had, so it felt like I was being teased. But I still enjoyed it.
I stopped reading and threw away two different YA books in the last few weeks. They annoyed me.