Category Archives: Reading

Book #13: Blood Rites by Jim Butcher

The next one up is part of the Dresden Files.  This series, when I started it, I was not particularity sold on.   Storm Front, the first book, did not really impress me that much.  The story was ok, but the … Continue reading

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Book #12: Royal Assassin by Robin Hobb

Robin Hobb has become one of my favorite writers in this last year.  I have now read 4 of her books, and despite their length, I really can’t get enough of her writing.  I started Royal Assassin last year, and … Continue reading

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Book #11: The Devil Colony by James Rollins

   James Rollins is always a fun read.  He is your typical “male-adventure” novel type of writer, but he takes it up a notch in his quality of writing, plotting, and overall presentation.  As you can probably see in these … Continue reading

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Book #10: Territory by Emma Bull

First off.   This is my third book to have read on the Kindle Touch.  I must say, I really like the Kindle.  The e-ink is what sells it.  Hands down.  I have had an iPad far longer, and I was … Continue reading

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Book #9: The Deep Zone by James Tabor

Well, I am finally caught up.  Over my vacation, I read The Deep Zone by James Tabor.   This book appealed to me because it had to do with caving.  A subject/hobby that has always fascinated me.  I have also read … Continue reading

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Book # 8: Grudgebearer by Gave Thorpe.

Like the previous entry, this one too was read quite awhile ago. Ahh, dwarfs or dwarves,  Whatever you like to use.  I love ’em.  Put ’em in a game, a book, a RPG, and I will be drawn to them.  … Continue reading

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Book #7: The Flight of the Eisenstein by James Swallow

Wow, it has been a long time.  I often do this, and this is why I feared I would never read 50 books in a year.  I go in these spells where I just don’t finish books.  It often happens … Continue reading

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