The Booklikes home of Jo Thomas / Journeymouse, sff author and editor - along with a few other less polite descriptions!
Interesting and quite well done. I have some problems with the world view but I think they're probably a function of the point of view character than the creators' values.
The second book in a series - and I haven't read the first, so pleasantly surprised to find it readable and easy to get into without having read the first one.
'Got rid of the creepy crawly, but no luck yet, sir, on your entrapment,' she murmured, 'But tomorrow's another day.'
part of today's #AmReading from Wolfsbane by Patricia Briggs, P119
While I found the mash-up amusing, the insertions got more surreal (okay, make that unintentionally clumsy but knowingly ridiculous) as things went on. About halfway through the book I developed an urge to abandon in and go back to the original - and it's now next on my TBR pile.
Yes, you know enough of my temper to believe me capable of that. After abusing you so abominably to your face, I could have no scruple in beheading any number of your relations.
part of today's #AmReading from Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith, P299
It is impossible that he should still love me, unless, by kicking him into the mantelpiece during our battle in Hunsford, I affected some severe change in his countenance.
part of today's #AmReading from Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith, P204
Oh! what hours of mountaintop sparring we shall spend! How many bucks we shall fell with nothing more than our daggers and swiftness of foot! Oh! How we will please Buddha by communing with the earth!
part of today's #AmReading from Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith, P119
She meant to follow this proud Mr. Darcy outside and open his throat.
part of today's #AmReading from Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith, P14
An epic fantasy that's dark without losing life's humorous moments or becoming unbearably grim. However, the last few chapters did have me crying.
She shrugged him off. "I haven't missed you."
part of today's #AmReading from The Red Knight by K T Davies, P226
He was therefore disappointed to see that her face remained perfectly composed; untouched by emotion, as unreadable as stone.
part of today's #AmReading from The Red Knight by K T Davies, P69