- Manassas, VA, USA
- member since February 15, 2008
I just snagged a copy of Rough Country from the library today-though Virgil Flowers is a poor substitute for Lucas Davenport. AS for reading books twice I rarely do so, but thanks for the info. I've read Watership Down, Dandelion Wine, Something Wicked This Way Comes, and Stranger in a Strange Land multiple times though I'd have no idea at what times so putting a date on them would be difficult.
Hi. I saw your questions about Steve Berry's books. Of all of his The Romanov Prophecy, The Templar Legacy and the Alexandria Link are the best in my opinion. The Venetian Betrayl has a lot of action, suspence and mystery. However I found the ending to be really simplified, unplausible and frankly hokey. The ending really let me down. The same goes for the Charlemagne Pursuit. I am holding out hope that The Paris Vendetta will be better.
WONDERFUL! A fellow Pernese! Except for here in cyberspace, I've never met anyone else who has even heard of the Pern series. However, a few brave souls will be reading Dragonflight this month since it's the book of the month on TwilightMoms.com (Yes, I'm an addicted Twihard too!) LOL! Can't wait to discuss it with them.
I really haven't read much recently. Like you, I like the older Stephen King, but haven't read any of his new stuff. The Twilight saga brought out the bookworm in me and I'm suddenly making up for lost time. I've started reading the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, but if bad language is a problem, you would not like these.
Yes, I highly recommend His Majesty's Dragon and the other books in this series. When I read them, I could hardly put them down at bedtime. Like the dragons of Pern, Naomi's dragons have personalities and interactions with others that make them an integrated part of her fictional society. Each book that I have read introduces a new dragon society that is even more fascinating than the last. I currently am looking forward to reading book 5-Victory of Eagles.
Duh...I should of read your page(profile) I am a (special-ed) bus driver too! I have time to read almost everyday too now that schools in session! I like the bus photo! Can't help it after 15 years, its in my blood. If you like sci- fi Paul Wilson is a really good author.
Hi. I've started reading it on Monday. It's good so far. I can't renew it, since someone else's waiting for it at my library. At least I have two weeks left to 4/30 to finish. I hope I can make it. I haven't read The Broker and one other John Grisham one, besides Playing for Pizza.