Where did May go?
It feels like March and April lasted forever and then I blinked at it was June!
I’m really, really looking forward to getting my hands on The Dawn of the Future because Final Fantasy XV was the game that got me back into playing video games AND for which I purchased a PS4, lol.
The other two titles on this TBR were suggested to me, but they sound good so I’m pretty sure I’m going to enjoy them as well. What are you planning to read?
Final Fantasy XV: The Dawn of the Future by Jun Eishima
To oppose the gods or yield to fate?
That is the question confronting each of the characters in The Dawn of the Future.
Ardyn, having saved countless lives from the Starscourge, means to become the Founder King of Lucis and instead is cast into tragic exile.
On the day the Empire falls, as the imperial capital collapses around them, Commodore Aranea is entrusted with the life of a singular young girl.
The Oracle Lunafreya, upon awakening from the slumber of death, discovers that her body has undergone an extraordinary transformation.
And after gazing upon the eternal, Noctis, the True King, finally comes to terms with his destiny. Herein lie the stories of the dawning of a new world in Final Fantasy XV.
Star Wars: Obi-Wan & Anakin by Charles Soule
Before their military heroism in the Clone Wars, before their tragic battle on Mustafar and many decades before their final confrontation on the Death Star, they were Master Obi-Wan Kenobi and his young Padawan, Anakin Skywalker.
Now join them a few years into Anakin’s, “chosen one” training. Teacher and student have grown closer over time, but it’s been a difficult road. And things aren’t about to get any easier. In fact, when they’re called to a remote planet for assistance, the pair may be pushed to their breaking point.
As they find themselves stranded on a strange world of primitive technology and deadly natives, will they be able to save themselves?
When war breaks out around them, master and apprentice will find themselves on opposite sides!
My Knitting Book by Frances Lambert
The examples of knitting, contained in the following pages, have been selected with the greatest care, -many are original, -and the whole are so arranged as to render them comprehensible even to a novice in the art.
Knitting being so often sought, as an evening amusement, both by the aged and by invalids, a large and distinct type has been adopted, -as affording an additional facility. The writer feels confident in the recommendation of “My Knitting Book,” and humbly hopes it may meet with the same liberal reception that has been accorded to her “Hand-Book of Needlework.”
The numerous piracies that have been committed on her last mentioned work, have been one inducement to publish this little volume; and from the low price at which it is fixed, nothing, but a very extended circulation, can ensure her from loss. Some few of the examples have been selected from the chapter on knitting, in the “Hand-Book.”