Comments: 7
Looks fabulous! :)
Person Of Interest 1 week ago
Hope the Tey biography is worth the read and the other two are good.
BrokenTune 1 week ago
I have high hopes for the Tey book, and Death of an Airman seems to be exactly what I was looking for - entertaining and with a good mystery at heart. Not sure about the Edwards book, yet. It probably works better as a reference book one to read from cover to cover. Not sure, yet, how I'm going to approach this one. What I am sure of is that my TBR will suffer an increase in size!
Murder by Death 1 week ago
I started the Edwards book last night and I'm not quite sure about it either. I think it's good - and it's definitely going to bankrupt me, but it's not (so far) super readable. But in fairness, I was stretched to breaking point last night, so that might have had more to do with it I'm looking forward to cracking it open again today with a whole fresh attitude. ;)
BrokenTune 1 week ago
How is the Edwards book with respect to spoilers? I've only looked at it flipping through the pages so far, but haven't read anything substantial, yet.
Murder by Death 1 week ago
I'm not sure how to answer that, although generally I'm leaning towards saying "yes, he spoils" - but it's in such a general kind of way, I'm not sure they really are spoilers, and not always with all the books. For example, he said nothing that could be called a spoiler for Hound of the Baskervilles, but there were a couple of other stories where he walks the reader through the whole plot of a book, which feels like he's spoiling it to a degree. But I haven't read the books, so I'm not sure...

How is that for a clear as mud answer? :P
BrokenTune 1 week ago
LoL. It does give me a good idea. :) Thank you.