Sunday, March 19, 2006
I am hoping to have now staved off
for a while the light-reading addiction and returned to my normal self, I seriously (ridiculously) have just plowed through two more books by Kim Harrison (actually, they are even better than the first one, much more polished but still with the same appeal--but how do these typos slip through?!?), The Good, the Bad, and the Undead and Every Which Way But Dead. I am fond of books about vampires, and these ones are very good (funny and self-aware about the genre conventions, for instance, including the bizarre one that women in vampire novels all dress like prostitutes in bondage gear).