September 25th, 2007
|12:49 pm - Books read|
Caitlin R. Kiernan - Daughter of Hounds
The "New Books" shelf of the Southwest branch of the library is good to me - I walk past it after picking up my reserves and books like this leap out at me. I understand this is a sequel, but I didn't find that out until after I'd finished DoH; the novel stands quite handily on its own. I'd read her book Silk ages ago, and then somehow managed to sleep through the publication of her next four novels.
Very well done, and I'm delighted to find out there are more Kiernan novels to ferret out and devour when I get tired of technoromatic thrillers.
Speaking of, the rest of my latest are more of Suzanne Brockmann's: Out of Control, Ladies' Man, and Prince Joe.
I'm also just getting started on Mary Stewart's The Wicked Day.
I love DoH. If you like Kiernans writing, she does on online subscription, Sirenia Digest
which I have the honor of helping do the PDFs for.
How are you doing?
|Date:||September 26th, 2007 04:33 pm (UTC)|| |
I just subscribed last month to Sirenia Digest, and I've been enjoying it a lot.
I'm starting to come out of sort of a down patch - the last six weeks or so haven't been so great. I'm reading and writing and watching Torchwood and fiddling with yarn and playing with the cat. The usual. :)
Glad to here you are on an upswing.
Loving Torchwood myself. Chris and I picked up a set of the 1st season DVDs while at DragonCon. :)