- member since April 8, 2009
It's very good. I haven't been a fan of his other books as much as they seemed a bit more mary sue, but this one is excellent. Main character is much better developed and there's more than one which is probably part of why it's better. Great alternate world for a pulp setting with powers, I thought. They have death zeppelins! And nuclear rays! :)
so I'm *almost* done with Turn Coat. I get your complaint but I guess I don't feel like it's *too* slow. Like a definite portion of the mystery was solved even if not all of it. I do hope it gets over soon though. Actually I sort of felt like that with the whole vampire war business also. What I don't mind is the general episodic(and thus possibly slower) feel to the books. I am feeling like 1 things was accomplished, just not the over arching plot. I really wish these were movies, or a good t.v. series that was actually based on the books. anyway. . I'm just being patient .and at least it's not like a wheel of time book..where he has so many characters that it takes a book to get someone across a field. :)
yeah but if I want to see all the books or how many books we share quickly. . . instead of looking at each book. but oh well. the not being able to say refine searches in just you shelf or *just* see the common books between you and you friends (could do both on librairything) are the only drawbacks of this. I still like the what are you currently reading/owning/wishlist stuff better.