Book lover, traveler, life-long learner, vegan, and Southern Californian...among other things. This blog is my refuge from the monotony of real life; a place where I can gush about books with other lovers of literature.
I am a connoisseur of all genres, but I mainly read adult novels, and I am particular fond of fantasy/urban fantasy, all things paranormal, and historical fiction of any breed. Also, I love solid recommendations and feedback. Send it my way anytime. And if you'd like a recommendation, I love to dish them out, too :) Happy reading!
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my currently-reading shelf:
"And your intuition? What is it saying?"
He raised his brow. “That I’m suppose to remember something really fucking important, and the fact that I can’t recall anything except this vague idea of his face and voice is making me feel like I’ve fallen down the shitter and I can’t get out. It’s dark and it smells and I want to scream, but I can’t, because if I do, I’m getting shit in my mouth.”
"That’s a hell of analogy."
He shrugged. “It’s a hell of a feeling.””
“I hate people generally, but I like people individually.”
I ran into your blog via your kevin hearne iron druid chronicles review. It is my belief that you should consider reading book 2 - They truly get better and better as you get into the series. I agree with you about it being difficult to feel 'invested' in the characters of the first book , but that absolutely changes throughout the series. This is my opinion in a world filled with them. Regardless , wish you well and happy reading - Kevin
“I am selfish, private and easily bored. Will this be a problem?”
“You know, I could always sense that there was this current of something running between us, but I thought it was in my head, like everything else in my life seemed to be. But obviously it wasn’t and I hoped to God it wasn’t only radiating from me. It made me rethink the way I acted around him. Was I always staring at him with a stupid look on my face? I though it would have been more an angry, confused and annoyed face.”