Read books 2 and 3 in the "Clockwork" trilogy, the Clockwork Prince and the Clockwork Princess. I thoroughly enjoyed this series. I was 110% engaged with the characters, and wanted to follow all the story lines through to the very end. Even better? This author has several other books that explore some of the minor characters she created in this trilogy, plus another trilogy set in the same steampunk-y London. I am so happy I've been able to find a group of new-to-me authors during this challenge who I know will now be on the go-to list when I need something great to read.
I also read Grave Witch. It was a fun summer-type read, although I have read other books on witches/folks who commune with the spirits, and enjoyed several of those better. A B- for me. It was an easy, lite read, and entertaining, but nothing over-the-top great.
I started Andersonville. I have to be honest with you - I'm 4 chapters into it (and it's a LONG book), and I'm not sure I can finish it. I'm giving it the benefit of the doubt for a few more chapters, but right now it feels very disjointed to me (with a billion and one characters tossed in there), and it's feeling a lot like work and not a fun read, so I'm not sure I can slog through the entire book. I don't have an immediate replacement for it either for the topic, so I'll have to think about what else I would read in it's place. Stay tuned on that one.
(I should note that while I am not on week 24 of reading strictly going by the list, I have finished 25 books so am sort of kind of ahead for a change.)