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Well, now, since I average a book a day, catching up from January is a challenge.
I remember I read the whole Jim Butcher Harry Dresden series over. I just finished Cyroburn for the 2nd time by Lois McMaster Bujold. I am currently reading The World House by Guy Adams. I just finished The Lies of Locke Lamora and Red Seas Under Red Skies both by Scott Lynch. Also Darkship Thieves by Sarah A. Hoyt which I probably won't keep in my library. I thought it was juvenile and the characters were flat. The writing was good, I just think the plot and characters could have been expanded a bit. It was basically "heroine karate-chops her way through bad guys and ends up with the cute guy." I also re-read some Ian Rankin.
Now why is The World House by Guy Adams turning into Bleak House by Charles Dickens? I did read Bleak House, billions of years ago when I was about 10.
I just finished the Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss, 993 pages. This one took 3 days of reading. I thought it was just a fabulous as the first one. Now re-reading some Terry Pratchett and Jim Butcher's Alera series. Just got The Carpet People by Terry Pratchett in the mail. I like his children's books.
So far I seem to have read 5 new books. I think I won't count the one's I've re-read. Have got The Complaints by Ian Rankin the carpet people by terry pratchett and The Globe Science of the Discword II by terry pratchett on my list to read. Have just finished The Price of Love by Peter Robinson, a book with 2 Banks novellas and some short stories, for a total of 6 new books.
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