So far it's living up to its cover. Loving it!
Getting ready to start this one. I hope it lives up to its cover, because I freaking love it.
Okay, I'm really struggling to get through this. I'm up to Part Two and thinking of giving up. Yay or nay, Litsyans?
Holy crap—who knew this was FUNNY??
#FunFridayPhoto! I read both of these over and over and over again, even when I was much too old for either. (Like last week.) The Witches is just awesome, but A Royal Pain made me laugh uncontrollably every time. @Liberty
Just starting the book itself after the 1842 introductions and prefaces, but hopefully the content will be as fabulous as the artwork!
Had to finish by flashlight since the power is out. Fun times! This ended up being a good read—it started out as a cliche, two misfits who save each other, but ended up being much darker and more twisted.
This book is so atmospheric: I had no idea it was going to be this creepy. The author is really good at slowly heightening the dread. I feel like I should be reading this on a dark, chilly winter evening by the fire.
Started this yesterday on audio. Not very far in, but does anyone else think Jacob is a dick? And Harper is a doormat? Hoping I can connect with her pretty quick or this is going to be a looooooong listen.
So I caved in to Litsy peer pressure and got the serial app. First up, The Turn of the Screw.
Ok, Litsy, a Serial Reader question. My big issue with free classic ebooks is the horrible editing. They've been scanned with all kinds of errors and it sucks. Is Serial better at weeding those errors out?
The going-to-read soon section of the TBR. Sooo glad it's summer!
Still love this book, but the reread was a bit of a slog by the end. Onto The Twelve!
"Did he ever say why?"
"I think because he could."
And that, boys and girls, is why I'm always telling my kids that just because you *can* doesn't mean you *should*. Whether it's pull ups on the door frame or infecting people with a vampire virus. Same.
Fun Friday Photo! (On the road so a screenshot will have to do.) I've read this book several times, but the end always gets me. Perfect.
So, Justin Cronin is having an event in Austin Saturday night. I will be in Austin Saturday afternoon. The responsible thing would be to start back home as soon as I'm done and make some headway in my drive. The fun thing would be to stay and drive the whole way Sunday. What says Litsy?
Rereading this before diving into The Twelve and City of Mirrors. I will be no good for anything for a while.
Okay, okay, I promise not to spam y'all's feeds, but this line just spoke to me...as a mother of two. ;)