Comments: 4
Debbie's Spurts 2 years ago
Gets slightly deeper in the sequels, but keeps the humor. Oh boy, did this one turn into one of my favorite series. I still get Jig and Smudge withdrawal.
Elentarri's Book Blog 2 years ago
I was just looking for something light, not part of an neverending series, no sparkly vampires or soppy idioot girls drooling over something that is a different species and likely to rip your head off. So I enjoyed this. Nice to know the rest gets better. I was debating buying the physical books, but wasn't sure whether to get the 3 little paperbacks or the big, fat omnibus where the spine might crack after the first read?
Debbie's Spurts 2 years ago
I got the omnibus at a book signing. The edition I got is a softcover roughly the size of an average hardcover book (meaning not as small as a paperback in height and width with larger pages). Not sure how rough you are on books or if you keep them around. If keeping/collecting, I'd match your first one -- otherwise, I'd go however is cheapest if just planning on a one time read.
Elentarri's Book Blog 2 years ago
The 3 separate paperbacks cost the same as the omnibus paperback. I'm gentle on my books but some book bindings are tight (even when brand new) and the spine tends to crack (which I find really annoying!! - I like my new books looking new). I also tend to keep the books I buy new unless I'm positive I'm never going to read them again. I was reading a mauled, slightly sticky in some places, library copy that is freaking me out.