- Killing Time -- Linda Howard
- Superstition -- Karen Robards
- Son of a Witch -- Gregory Maguire
I also put on reserve:
- The new Candice Proctor historical mystery
- The new Gabaldon
- The new Anne Rice (what can I say, I'm curious)
- Wives and Daughters recommended by Anne E.
- Blue Smoke -- Nora Roberts
The librarian called today to let me know the NR's book is available, which kind of surprised me because I was 300 on the list, but it turns out that was for the entire library district and I was actually first on the list for the copy at our library.
So, tomorrow I'll be returning Mary Jo Putney's Stolen Magic and picking up the NR. Amanda asked me to comment on it.
I'm going to start out by saying the book isn't in front of me and I can't remember the characters full names, not good sign. MJP is a good writer, the story is well written, but it's painfully slow and it was work for me to finish. I thought the review over at RT was generous, 4 stars, but, it must be me, because the review over at AAR is a B+. Though, the reviewer over at AAR thought that the story bogged down at times, but not enough to detract from the story. I did like the unicorn and maiden theme. So if you can get passed the slowness of the story, you'll probably like this one.
I've already started Linda Howard's Killing Time, maybe I'll have time to finish it before bed.
Have a great night and happy reading.