07-04-2012 09:42 PM
As good as I remember it. The only problem with the e-book version is that someone formatted it with an inch of margin on every side (even when I set margins to minimum), which doesn't leave much room for content, so frequent page turns are required.
Don't publishers ever actually try looking at the end result?
07-14-2012 08:15 AM
Has anyone read this? I got an email from Orbit that it was out. It is a novella that B&N shows as having 84 pages. It is listed as an ebook for 2.99.
07-17-2012 12:23 PM
Working my way through the "Song of Ice and Fire" series by George R. R. Martin. Nearly done with "Clash of Kings." Loving it! Between each, as a little break, I'm reading one of the books in the "Wool" series by Hugh Howey. Also loving it. Like to balance out my reading. Follow up a book that takes two weeks or so to get through with one that takes a day or less...
08-06-2012 03:38 PM
Found a Sheri S. Tepper book that somehow slipped under my radar! The Visitor, used hardcover, $3...win!
The Visitor by Sheri S. Tepper
08-07-2012 10:57 AM
I am reading Predicament Pit by Mike Quigley.
This is Mike's third book. The first two are non-fiction memoirs about his childhood and growing up. Predicament Pit however starts as non-fiction, then travels into a very different direction. Here is the synopsis:
08-09-2012 04:04 PM
I am reading A Human Element...great book, everything from mystery and suspense to romance and just a bit of the supernatural. As you read about the main characters you can't help but root for them to end up happy and want all the bad things that happen to them to make sense. Laura is adopted by these great people who love her and raise her to be a smart and kind person, but despite all that really awful stuff keeps happening to her. Even her ability to heal doesn't help her. And a crazy deranged killer who can seek Laura out while never being around her is after her for no apparent reason, and even the Man in Black can't help her. Ben on the other hand is so sad and needs some good luck, so what happens...he meets Laura...probably not exactly the good luck he was looking for...or is it? You'll have to read it to find out.
08-10-2012 09:29 AM
Love this series! This book is beautifully written just like the first one. I feel that I am sitting with the characters listening as Kvothe reveals his story.
08-15-2012 10:32 AM
Read Jane Lindskold's first 2 books in the wolf series, "Through Wolf's Eyes" and "Wolf's Head, Wolf's Heart", about a week ago. Good reads, but not sure if i want to read the next one though.
Just finished reading "Ender's Game", great book. couldn't help but notice similarities between it and starship troopers (horrible movie but i liked it). Is the rest of the series worth reading?
now rereading "The Hunger Games Trilogy" before i watch the movie this weekend.
08-15-2012 11:27 AM
It was on sale for $1.99 back in January so I took a flyer on it. Haven't read him before but definitely will in the future.
08-18-2012 11:52 AM
I just finished not so long ago:
It was a neat take with magic and dragons. Lots of blacksmithing in this as the main character learns and loves her job.
Now, I'm kinda inbetween books, but will start something by Monday.
"There are no honorable causes. There is no good or evil. Evil is only what we call those who oppose us." From Nyphron Rising, By Michael J. Sullivan
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08-22-2012 03:26 AM