My Hugo reading continues. (Quick, cho, write! It's again almost bedtime!)
So, Spinning Silver: Novik stuck the landing. For me, I think that it helped that we have, in reality, three heroines, each very different from the others and yet each very much a significant part of the story. I won't say that it's the best book (or ending) I've ever experienced, but this is the first time that I had the feeling about a Novik book that yes, I think I will re-read this one. Recommended.
Now I'm reading Foundryside, by Robert Jackson Bennett (author of the Divine Cities trilogy), and wow, this is good so far. A very different sort of fantasy, with an intriguing premise for magic that is currently evolving into magitek. The story starts in a very stereotypical fashion, with an arch-thief involved in a spectacular burglary caper, and then goes off the rails in the best way almost immediately. I look forward to seeing where Bennett takes this.