Three more Cotterills. I see no slacking of his powers in the later books, so if I'm mobile tomorrow (knees are having hissy cows about boots, as ever) I shall get the next in the series.
Edward Carey, Heap House
-- first of a trilogy and I think I will not read the next two. Nicely done for what it's doing and a cut above other YA if that's what it really is (I think it's classified wrong myself) but-- I'm just not in the mood for the Unheimlich.
Dipping back into Tuchman's A Distant Mirror, from a felt need for some meat and potatoes in my diet. M&P this year pretty much means history and biography, generally the Italian Renaissance. A Distant Mirror is the pre-history to that, sort of: what the Renaissance came out of.
I have the first in Cotterill's other series, which I may start, and Okorafor's Akata Witch.