Did someone say "Discworld Book Club"?
“Climb down,” Benedick answered. “He’s from Cat.”
“How do you know?” Rien was surprised to hear her own voice sound so strong. It was, of course, an illusion.
“Cat hasn’t spoken to me in fifteen years,” he said. “A little thing like the end of the world wouldn’t change that.”
Reading this precursor to catchup before starting Chill , this month's read for booklikes book club "Virtual Speculation" if anyone cares to join in at http://booklikes.com/book-clubs/50/virtual-speculation
The Jacob's Ladder Trilogy in order:
So, this finally came through the library waitlist.
I actually wanted to read it for the booklikes book club The Flat Book Society but looks like that ended January 31 with their next book not starting until next month.
Oh well. Still want to read it because the posts and discussions made it sound interesting. I still have other library books and borrows due back soon that will be read first. And I'll likely read this nonfiction book in chapters/pieces to better digest.
The next bookclub read in March will be: I Contain Multitudes: The Microbes Within Us and a Grander View of Life - Ed Yong
So far — in a good way — this is not coming across as YA. Possibly because Lexi is turning 25, has college degree, a not- new job, and a roommate-less apartment.
Reading for a booklikes book club -- YA Book Club.
I can relate to the "shoulder surfing" comment. It's always irritating when uninvited, but at least she's civil service at a time where government offices are non-smoking (*bad flashbacks* to tiny offices and cubicles with already poor ventilation where the shoulder surfers chain-smoked and often made snickering comments about needing a brain straw to get in my head ...)
Starting this mystery for a booklikes book club -- YA Book Club. Feel free to join us.
Completely unfamiliar with book and author. Kinda sounds like YA meets chick flick meets mystery meets Gallagher Girls meets Get Smart. First in the Lexi Carmichael series.