What are your thoughts on the new Twilight book? Did you enjoy or would you recommend people avoid it?
THIS DISCUSSION WILL SPOIL PARTS OF THE BOOK, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
Undead and Unappreciated by Mary Janice Davidson
Book 3 of this series was a really quick read only took me 2 days…well approx 2 days. I really loved it, couldn’t put it down. I have a tendency to not be able to put a good book down. My one criticism is this book does not wrap up as nicely as I would have liked. The character of Laura and her mother I would have liked to have more but I get it, it’s a series so can’t really wrap things up nice and neat. I love these characters I am so glad I found this series.
4 out of 5
Affinity by Sarah Waters
I enjoyed her book Fingersmith. I did not enjoy this one as much. I love the detail Waters puts into her texts. It makes for an easy transition into the novel. I did not like the way this book ended. I felt left hanging. Something that has always bothers me. I do like the plots that she creates and follows. Overall the book was ok.
2.5-3 out of 5
Undead and Unreturnable by Mary Janice Davidson
I appear to be wiping through this series. Probably because it is such a fantastic read. Davidson is amazing with characters and her novels flow so well. Unlike the third novel this novel wrapped up a little more neatly. Enough that you know another book follows but not as abruptly as the third novel. Looking forward to the next one in the series!
5 out of 5
I am actually heading out to cottage country for the week so I am taking too many books with me. I will post my reviews upon my return…so excited at least 4 days of uninterrupted reading time! (I am guessing four because you have to be social too!). Here is a sample of my reading list
Undead and Unpopular & Undead and Uneasy by Mary Janice Davidson, Dexter in the Dark By Jeff Lindsay, Vanity Fair, Mr. Darcy & Me by Alexandra Potter (if it arrives from bookmooch), The Night Inside by Nancy Baker (if it arrives from amazon) and I am sure there are a few more I have forgotten about.
The Trials of Rumpole
A collection of Horace Rumpole who never prosecutes, whose fame rests on an infinite knowledge of Blood and Typewriters, whose court scenes are proverbial, whose home (Casa Rumpole) is ruled by Mrs. Rumpole- She Who Must Be Obeyed. (Taken from The Trials of Rumpole)
An interesting collection of Rumpole, whom I greatly like. Though he is professed to regard himself as a taxi cab driver whose services are on the hire to the lowest and most guilty, he does occasionally get a suffering victim at the end of a hurriedly barked out accusation. A good read.