Sorry I only just saw your reply!The Edwin Abbott one? Cool! I have that lying around somewhere but haven't started it. What do you think of it?
Yes me too!! I'm finally making progress in Nona.Paper book: Harrow the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir. I'm re-reading this one before digging into the sequel. I love this series!
I'm so glad I'm not the only one!@MissSmilla I have a similar problem, especially if I read in bed before sleep. So in bed I only read Harry Potter in a cycle over and over. Last night I finished the 7th and restarted the 1st. I've been doing this since the 7th came out so it's now what, 15 years? Works perfectly
other books by AlmineThe Arasatma breathing techniques were used by ancient mystics to activate the unused portion of the pranic tube. This facilitates fuller self-expression and inner peace.
The restoration of the subtle, etheric functions of the body and senses, allows the practitioner to access other dimensions and prolongs an eternal life of graceful unfolding
Ohh I'll try that!
A dear friend gave that one to me for christmas and at first sight it looks beautiful. I figured that i'd need some quiet time to read it, which i did not have yet but i'm even more looking forward to it now.Just read The Boy, the mole, the fox and the horse by Charlie Mackesy.
Absolutely loved it!
It wasn't exactly what I was expecting ut what I ended up getting is worth so much more. Sometimes life surprises you with exactly what you need.
The Divergent series? I've currently read all the short stories that were written from Four's view.
@Nevetharine Would you recommend reading Four before Divergent?
The movie Divergent was pretty close to the book, but further in the series the movies get further away from the book's storyline. I think for the best, but I'm curious what you think after reading Insurgent and Allegiant.
and judgy!! so judgy!! I quit reading the Wheel of Time series for this reason. Robert Jordan must have had very shallow and juvenile women in his life.But I'm not too keen on reading through the eyes of female characters these days. I guess that's because I relate better to the emotional-mellowness (is that a thing?) Of male characters. I feel like the females are just... Well, bitchy and moany a lot of times. I don't know why that is.
I don't know if it's true to say that Capote is underrated, but in any case, he's not as widely read as I think he deserves.Oh, so I finished Truman Capote's "in cold blood". Very very impressed with him
urgh, what a shame... I have these vaguely on my radar because of the recent series? film?, which I haven't seen but the write-ups made it sound interesting.I quit reading the Wheel of Time series for this reason. Robert Jordan must have had very shallow and juvenile women in his life.
I LOVE this series. I mean, I love a good noir anyway (except Ellroy, he annoys me), but these are just consistently high quality.Fiction read right now is Harry Bosch series by Michael Connelly