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01 November 2010 @ 01:24 pm
Book Time again!  
Happy Day After Halloween, and Oneth of the Month! Yes, I'm still alive. Which, I might add, is a minor miracle.

Blameless, Gail Carriger = Third in a series of Victorian Steampunk. The last book left me with such a bad taste in my mouth, I was going to refuse to read anymore. Thankfully, my friend pretty much ordered me to read it, swearing it takes care of all the bad from last book in one chapter. And it did. Very enjoyable
*King of the Murgos, David Eddings = what's there to say? More Mallorean goodness
*Demon Lord of Karanda, David Eddings
*Sorceress of Darshiva, David Eddings
*The Seeres of Kell, David Eddings = final in the Mallorean. Just as light and fun as the first time I read this series.
Ex-Heroes, Peter Clines = Superheros having to fight off a zombie apocalypse at Paramount Studios. It was actually much better, and darker than I first thought it would be.
The Burning Wire, Jeffery Deaver = If you've read one Lincoln Rhyme book, you've read them all. Not to say they aren't an enjoyable read, but they are virtually all the same. I'd still read it though. I enjoy the series.
-Private Breger's War, Dave Breger. Just some one-panel drawings of a an army boy during WWII. They were cute and probably all but impossible to find these days.
The Lost Hero, Rick Riordan = the new series about mythology from the Percy Jackson writer. This one is the Greek and Roman gods together, it takes place probably a year or so after the final Percy Jackson. Same characters, but they aren't the main one. New Characters and new quests. I really enjoy his books, I love mythology, but can't you finish your egyptian mythology series before starting a new one???