|Books read in March
||[Apr. 13th, 2007|08:18 pm]
6 - Earth, Air, Fire and Custard by Tom Holt|
7 - You Don't Have To Be Evil To Work Here, But It Helps by Tom Holt
8 - Feet of Clay by Terry Pratchett
#6 was great, #7 was really not. By continuing with the universe created in the Paul Carpenter series, but taking Paul Carpenter and Sophie out of it and focusing on new characters, Holt did himself a disservice. The book just didn't work. It was still entertaining, but I didn't care about the characters, and felt quite bored for most of it. Bit of a shame really.
Feet of Clay, I must have read a million times. Still awesome, and still manages to surprise me with the twists and turns in it. I love Pratchett.
Currently reading My Friend Leonard by James Frey. I think it'll be done by the end of the weekend, I can't put it down. I'm looking forward to my train journeys so much right now, because I love what I'm reading. Yeah, I know it's not all true, but who cares? It's still a great piece of writing.
STATISTICS FOR YEAR SO FAR
Children's novels: 0
Adult novels: 8 (inc. reread)
Graphic novels: 0