Friday, October 29, 2010
When Mockingjay came out (the third in this series), I heard a lot of buzz. I could maybe try the first one if I could find it at my liberry.
I'm also seeing many tweets about Rick Riordan's latest, he of the Percy Jackson books. I've only read the first one. And didn't really love it but desperate times and desperate measures and all that.
Or maybe I could try a grown up book. That could be cool. I finished Nora Roberts' The Search last week, loaned to me by Sheila who had first read it and cleared it for my consumption. It features search and rescue dogs prominently and we all know I don't read those until someone tells me it's OK to do so. And it is. No dogs were harmed in the writing of the novel.
Anybody have a recommendation? I looked at The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo but it felt tiresome so I didn't pick it up. Maybe I could pick through my haul from this summer's convention. It's just that my happiness in airports seems to require new books...
Posted by Cheryl at 10/29/2010