I read the first one and have the second sitting on my shelf waiting to be read. (i haven't read a regular book since getting my nook a month ago)I see lots of people walking around with The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, anyone read that group of books yet?
I have a long flight on Monday and was thinking about picking one up for the trip.
As one of the several posters gushing about John Irving, my apologies.Based on an earlier post I attempted to try to rekindle my adolescent man-love for John Irving.
I a reading "Until I Find You".
My review: A bad case of logorrhea.
I'll finish all 800 pages of this monster--I might even cry--but the tears will be shed for time lost
No apologies needed.As one of the several posters gushing about John Irving, my apologies.
I see lots of people walking around with The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, anyone read that group of books yet?
Wow..i just couldn't get into it..tried..perhaps I need to give it a 2nd shot..or listen to it as book on tape...i really enjoy that..I am listening to *THE HOST* right now by stephanie meyers in my car...while reading Nora Roberts. *BLACK HILLS*...a good inviting book. that i jumped right into...and good escape for meI read the first one and have the second sitting on my shelf waiting to be read.
I enjoyed the book but it took me a good 200 pages to really get into it. But by then i was hooked. It's a long read at well over 500 pages too. And like Edens said, the character Lisbeth was a fun read. I am looking forward to getting to know her better in the second book. (there are others in line before this one)
I'm moving on to "The Historian" by Elizbeth Kostova
He's one of my favorites, too! This has been on my "must-read" list for a while; time to bump it up, I think.The Woman Who Walked Into Doors by Roddy Doyle. Not a happy book, but an absolutely brilliant one. Doyle is one of my favourite authors and I've read this particular one three or four times before. It is an excellent work.