Yesterday was another great day of reading.
I finished Star Wars: Phasma, the origin story of the infamous chrome armored menace of the latest installments of the saga.
I found it really good, especially those little hints to Dune, and the writing by Delilah S. Dawson is top-notch, she keeps you glued to the book.
With these book under my belt, and a couple of graphic novels, I have reached another milestone on this year of reading, 30,000 pages.
This, coming 34 days before of what I originally projected .
Obviously this has given a tremendous confidence boost.
For my next books I will be going back to my favorite independent Mexican publishing house, Paraiso Perdido, with a couple of titles I have been meaning to read for a while.
On the graphic novel front, I’m going back home, that’s to my favorite comic book imprint, Vertigo Comics, responsible for Sandman, Preacher, Transmetropolitan, among many other classics.
To start off, or continue, I’ll finish Daytripper, created by the Brazilian dynamic duo of Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá.
Continuing with the first two volumes of Jason Aaroon’s Scalped.
And to top it off, a manga of Death, Morpheus’ older sister, created by the incomparable Jill Thompson.
Some pretty cool things ahead of me.
40,000 pages, here I come.
For now, I am off to read.