I have read so much less than usual this week.
I think this is because the GF is home on school holidays, and so the routine is different. I did finish The Princeling (post to come), but there were a lot more blog posts and reading-on-the-internet than reading books.
Freedom Climbers by Bernadette McDonald - After a few tries, I managed to move from the preview on my Kobo app to the full version, and I'm now pretty much half way through. This is about Polish mountaineers, including Wanda Rutkiewicz and Jerzy Kukucza, and the extra barriers faced by Polish climbers until the fall of the 'Iron Curtain'. Technically this is a book of history, but I'm counting it as a non-history read for the purposes of this post or I'd really have nothing else to write about.
I've got Gemma Malley's second dystopian trilogy from the library (it starts with The Killables). It's unrelated to her Declarationverse, and I'm looking forward to it - once I get it out of my bag.
And I really need to move Kaleidoscope onto my Kobo instead of just having it on my computer, because I want to read all the other stories (and to see if anyone has answered my "same sex couples in dystopias" question - it really is frustrating that Veronica Roth is such a conservative Christian and wouldn't even consider such things.)