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For a very long time Terry Brooks was my favorite author. He is not any longer. Charles deLint took that honor a few years ago, but it took a long time to unseat Terry. And although he is no longer … Continue reading
After listening to quite a few Harry Dresden novels, I wanted to read a Dresden novel again. Jim Butcher is not a writer I read to marvel at his prose. His writing is serviceable, but it does not ever amaze … Continue reading
I decided to re-join Audible after a six-year absence after my positive experiences with audiobooks in my daily commute to work. I am learning the narrator (as expected) makes a big difference. The style of writing also is important. I … Continue reading
Another Dresden novel. Another audio book. I have come to the conclusion that James Marsters is a good person to read your book. He puts life into the character and the reading that many readers do not. That said, I … Continue reading
After reading Royal Assasin by Robin Hobb, I knew I needed to read something lighter, something shorter. If I didn’t, I knew the next book would get read about 1/2 way or 100 pages and I would put it down … Continue reading
Robin Hobb is not a concise writer. Her books are long, and often feel long during the reading for me, but unlike many other very long books, when I complete hers, I don’t feel that the text was wasted. For … Continue reading
I have gotten my groove back in reading. I am, once again, reading at a regular rate. As I mentioned in an earlier post, I tend to read ind bursts. Tons, then nothing, and back on schedule. Well, back on … Continue reading
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