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text 2015-01-08 01:33
Reading progress update: I've read 7%.
Cold Days (The Dresden Files, #14) - Jim Butcher,James Marsters

Vajazzled? Psychopathic hosebeast? LOL I love Harry!

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review 2014-12-09 14:09
Things are really heating up!
Seventh Grave and No Body - Darynda Jones

*Book source ~ Library

 

Things are getting hairy. Not No-shav-ember hairy, but dangerous hairy. Charley Davidson, Private Investigator, consultant to the APD, fiancée to the son of Satan and grim reaper extraordinaire is having a bad week. But that’s nothing new for Charley. She’s used to things going to Hell in a hand basket around her, but that’s never stopped her from solving cases for clients, the police and the FBI. However, she’s never had the Twelve after her before. Talk about putting a crimp in her style. There’s a lot at stake, but nothing and no one stops Charley from helping people.

 

Ohmygawd! I love this series so much! Each and every book is a delight with everything I love in a book: paranormal, steaminess, humor, mystery, intrigue, steaminess, excellent characters, terrific world and steaminess. I will say that Charley does frustrate me at times when it seems as if she’s being too stupid to live. However, it has finally dawned on me (it only took 7 books) that Charley is smarter than people give her credit, myself included. She doesn’t secretly have a death wish even it seems so at times and while she doesn’t always think things all the way through, she can think quickly and on the fly. Plus, she’s coming more and more into her powers and getting closer to figuring out what everything means. It helps that there’s more info about what the prophecy means. Man, Darynda Jones is so stingy with this information. I must have this information!

 

Crimes are solved, people get hurt, people die, dead people show up, power gets thrown around, The Dealer is around a lot, the Twelve are badass, the mystery of Mr. Wong still hasn’t been answered, but Garrett’s paternity issue gets settled. So much goodness, so many feels! Wow! Now, the wait for book 8 begins. *taps foot impatiently*

Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2014/12/seventh-grave-and-no-body.html
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text 2014-12-05 00:57
Reading progress update: I've read 9%.
Side Jobs Stories From The Dresden Files (Unabridged Audio C Ds) - Jim Butcher,James Marsters

YAY! We're listening to James Marsters again! Such relief! Much rejoicing! Wow!

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review 2014-11-28 15:47
Love the artwork
The City of Ember: The Graphic Novel - Dallas Middaugh,Niklas Asker,Jeanne DuPrau

*Book source ~ Library

 

The Builders created the city of Ember long ago. The only light is what is produced by the water running underneath the city, but the electricity is beginning to fail no matter how many times repairs are made. In addition, the city is running out of food stores and the government is corrupt. Two children, Lina and Doon, discover a way out of the city, but will the citizens believe them? Unfortunately, they have to flee before they’ve told anyone about the potential way out. Have they jumped from the frying pan into the fire? Or is there really a better place than Ember?

 

I haven’t read the books though they are on my TBR since my daughter enjoyed The City of Ember. In fact, I picked up this graphic novel because she did enjoy it and after she read it I thought, what the heck and picked it up.

 

It was a quick read as most graphic novels are and I really liked the artwork. The story gives me a pretty good idea of what the novel is about and I’ll still read it (eventually lol) because there is no way for a graphic novel to tell the whole deal. All-in-all a very enjoyable read.

Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2014/11/the-city-of-ember-graphic-novel.html
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