> Just finished reading Simon R Green's latest Nightside novel:
> Nightingale's Lament . It was enjoyable with some humorous parts ,
> but I felt that the ending was too much of 'god in the machine'
> type. It seems that every clue, meeting and back story in the book
> connected at the end. Not that I disliked it, but sometimes not
> everything in a book needs to be part of the solution at the end.
Simon R. Green is one of those authors on my 'to read' list who'll
probably never progress to my 'now reading' list, thanks to the size
of my unread backlog...
My own 'just finished': Pratchett's Night Watch, as usual a great
read but still somehow not the Ultimate Discworld Novel that I'd
been led to expect. Before that, White Silence, a Highlander series
tie-in (I know, I know, but it was actually pretty good), and right
now I'm hacking my way through Guy Kay's Tigana. Not quite A Song
For Arbonne quality so far, but I'm keeping my hopes up.
Oh, and just to confuse myself I'm steadily making my way through
the Thieves' World series at the same time - nothing amazing but
entertaining enough, though I'm at a point in the series now where
I'm really starting to wish that they'd managed to get some new