What are you reading?
- View SourceHi,
I just finished Acacia and truly enjoyed it -- I'm looking forward to Book Two. It was a little slow in the middle - but he was quite successful creating a new world rich with culture, history, and secrets. All the characters (and there were many) were well developed, imo. It was a review book for me, so I hope to post my thoughts on Amazon.com soon. It was def a departure from his historical fiction legacy.
The only other SciFi/Speculative ficiton reads I plan to tackle this month are:
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - I'm a fan of the series :-)
The Cursed by L.A. Banks
The Opposite House by Helen Oyeyemi - does this count as spec fiction?
Danse Macambre (#14) and The Harlequin (#15) by Laurell K. Hamilton (non-AA author)
----- Original Message ----
From: Carole McDonnell <scifiwritir@...>
Sent: Sunday, July 1, 2007 9:50:59 AM
Subject: [SciFiNoir Lit] Re: What are you reading?
Fever in the Blood by Robert Fleming
I've heard that Acacia is great but am not reading it as yet. It's
supposedly quite good and intense, a great world to get lost in on a
Hey, if my book were already published, I'd recommend it. But it goes
to the printer on July 23rd...so you're out of luck on that. (smile)
Have a fun and safe trip.
--- In SciFiNoir_Lit@ yahoogroups. com, "my_current_ identity"
<md_moore42@ ...> wrote:
> What are "you" reading? I have a train trip ahead of me and I am
> looking for something to read. I don't want the usual trashy novel to
> read while traveling. That's not my style. (I can read that on the
> bus to work.) I want something dense.
> My most-enjoyed "travel" book was "The Coming Plague". Does that give
> you a hint of what I want? On the other hand, last year's travel book
> was that bestseller about the 2 magicians in england (I can't recall
> the name)
Don't get soaked. Take a quick peak at the forecast
with the Yahoo! Search weather shortcut.
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- View SourceIt's cool to see my original question has been kept going.
As for myself:
I took "the Salt Eaters" with me on my trip and enjoyed it.
Also Lawrence Kushner's "Kabbalah: A Love Story"
I finishsed "Cripple Creek" by James Sallis and I bought Nalo's latest
while I was in Chicago and started on that.
Oh, and for fun, I found this book in the library "Comic Book Cover
--- In SciFiNoir_Lit@yahoogroups.com, Miykie <lowendgroovy@...> wrote:
> Anthony Burgess--The Wanting Seed and Nalo Hopkinson--The Salt Eaters