I devoured Twilight
, by Stephenie Meyer, and today I just finished the sequel New Moon
. The ending sets up another book, so that should be good. Might post a review of Dial L for Loser
later, the latest book in the Clique series by Lisi Harrison that is, well, horrible in places. But Harrison does get a few parts right, and they're really thin, light reads.
Note to self: Buy Micron pen for Tian and chip in to buy Sharon Prismacolor pencils!
And on with my main reason for posting, since I'm sure life issues utterly bore anyone who might bother to read this (not that I won't post about them, if I get desperate): ( Beka Cooper: Terrier )
I'm pretty sure that my annoyance with whoever wrote the summary copy (it definitely wasn't Pierce, whose style is always excellent) weren't a good sign, but overall the book is decent. Not outstanding, but decent. I can't help comparing Terrier
--both have strong prose, engaging characters, and moving plot, but Twilight
affected me emotionally much more. I could actually feel, imagine Bella's horrific emotional pain and her fear of Edward leaving her. It was very powerful.
Cross-posted to scifantasybooks
. Apologies if the coding is messed up, I forgot how to link comms.