Comments: 3
Degrees of Affection 7 years ago
I got this when you first talked about it in Necropolis. I haven't started it yet but it sounds interesting. Can't wait to see what you think of it.
On another note, I vastly prefer reading on my Nook or phone then on the computer. I like the portability and the fact that I don't have all the things I need to do on the computer viaing for my attention.
Batgrl: Bookish Hooha 7 years ago
This is a book that I'm definitely reading on my ereader because it's perfect to carry around with me - I'll probably go through the scanned version just to see what Harper's illustrations look like on my computer screen (in the book scan), because it looks very different on my kindle. (It could be that I like the look of the drawing more when it's on the yellowy paper background.)

I already know I may have to gush about Harper's quotes of another author I've read because I'm going to have book links to share again (more stuff that's available online, free). I have a love/hate thing with the easy access to scans of old books because I have a really big TBR pile as it is and I get so easily sidetracked into other books like this! Which is a roundabout way of saying - yeah, me too, reading on the computer is often what causes all these side tangents of research.
Degrees of Affection 7 years ago
That's one of the reasons I've tried to stay away from those free sites. I've got too much to attempt now! But you do find such interesting books...
Can't wait to see what else you have to share!