- Oklahoma City, OK, USA
- member since June 29, 2011
I was waiting for the WoT series to end before I started it. Also, I'm a little iffy someone else completing another author's series. We'll see how it turned out.
And I have a feeling that Temeraire is going to be one of those series that goes on for a while. But I'm okay with that, so long as the quality of the stories doesn't take a huge dive.
I'm glad you liked it! It's one of my favorite series. The first four books are the best so far, with the next two being pretty good but just not as much as their predecessors. But I've heard that the seventh book is better. I'm hoping to pick up a copy when the paperback version comes out at the end of this month. Can't wait!
I haven't read any of the Wheel of Time books, but the first one is on my list. I'm always a bit reluctant to start long series, but I keep hearing fantastic things about it.
Thank you for the friend invite, Beargoat. I'm so happy you checked out my blogs! I'm afraid I've been neglecting them this summer --- they used to be daily blogs. Your blogs are fantastic! You should be a children's book illustrator (if you're not already). It's great to meet a fellow artist! I hope your dream to become a librarian comes true!
BTW---my German Shepherd's name is Bear and my husband's nickname is Goat. LOL!
looked on your shelf. i didn't know mitch albom had written another book. will go and check it out. loved his five people you meet in heaven.
i haven't listened to any steampunk and don't know much about it. can you recommend one i might like (afraid it has to be on audio)
Well, the set designs in the movie look interesting, any way. Or they did in the trailer I saw.
One of my friends - the same one who told me about the Hunger Games - also highly recommended the Uglies. I guess that's one I'll have to add to me shelf now.