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Posted: Sat November 29th, 2008, 2:18 am
I keep saying I'm going to buy the Last Queen but I'm always distracted by Plaidy, Chawick and Penman. they pop up on my amazon reccommendations and I end up getting those or others that caught my eye a year ago and are cheaper now. One day soon though...
Posted: Sat November 29th, 2008, 5:20 pm
i just finished graceling by kristin cashore.
it is YA fantasy and i recommend it. old school
fantasy, not contemporary.
now, i think i'll go back to the name of the
winde by rothfuss. it's gotten great reviews
as epic fantasy.
Posted: Sat November 29th, 2008, 6:42 pm
I've finished "An Ice Cold Grave: Harper Connelly Mystery #3" by Charlaine Harris, it was good but a bit more disturbing then the last 2 books.
Posted: Sat November 29th, 2008, 10:31 pm
Ordinary Heros by Scott Turow. My sis put this in my hands as soon as I came to her house for tday, with a 'you must read this!' expression on her face. Started it this morning, and so far I am quite enthralled. About a man who discoveres information about his father's past during WWII and goes hunting for more. Very well written.
Posted: Sun November 30th, 2008, 1:05 am
I borrowed that book from the library at one point, but had to take it back unread. I do intend to borrow it again at one point.
Posted: Sun November 30th, 2008, 2:21 am
I'm planning on starting Daughter of York by Anne Easter Smith tomorrow.
Posted: Sun November 30th, 2008, 3:59 am
Just finished Poldark. I enjoyed it much more, actually! a little slower-paced than the current fashion, but what a wealth of accurate detail on 18th-century Cornwall! I entirely forgot all the economics of mining, the class issues, and so forth! I guess when I first read it I mostly remembered the romance.
Now I'm going to have to get Demelza again. I do remember the mine going broke in that one, it made me feel so sorry for everyone.
Posted: Sun November 30th, 2008, 4:37 am
I'm about 100 pages into Luis Alberto Urrea's The Hummingbird's Daughter and am attempting to read it while husband & nephew watch a recent Bond movie.
Glad to hear such a good report on Poldark - I just received the first volume (new reprint) from Book Depository. I've never read it before.
Posted: Sun November 30th, 2008, 7:23 am
I've finished ""Graveyards of Chicago: The People, History, Art, and Lore of Cook County Cemeteries" by Ursula Bielski & Matt Hucke. Very interesting to read about what famous people are buried in some of the Chicago cemeteries and seeing the funerary art, some are very fascinating. I wish they had more images though.
Posted: Sun November 30th, 2008, 12:04 pm
Glad you enjoyed Poldark, MLE.