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Feb 23, 2014 11:12PM

62938 Frakki wrote: "I'm for skipping to the book the host likes. If people enjoy it they can go back as well as forward.

It's not that fun to keep hearing people slam the books month after month. (Unless they are dam..."


My solution for this is, if I don't think the book is going to appeal to me at all, I just enjoy the ladies at the end of the month and spend that time reading a book I do want to read. If I do make a mistake and end up reading a baddie/snoozer with the group, I don't post in the forums unless I have something that will REALLY add to the discussion, no need to repeat when I get to rate and review the book anyway.
Nov 01, 2013 01:44PM

62938 I don't remember the exact line, but when she was talking about her favorite taxidermist.

I love you Bonnie, you're so fun and interesting to listen to!
May 02, 2013 02:50PM

62938 I just finished Good Omens and I'm currently reading A Game of Thrones. I'm a little disappointed I was led to believe it's extra dark and violent, so now I think those recommenders are ninnies.
Feb 03, 2013 12:45AM

62938 Just finished this and I have to say I had a good time with this. I always enjoy a fluffy mystery novel, and Eve I loved her (and Galahad too!)

Though Gotta agree with some other posters though that Roarke was a bit... creepy and over the top and that the mystery was a bit DING DING DING HEY I'M THE KILLER but I'm more about the journey in these kinds of books than "omg nail biting who did it?!?!?!"

Also, the sci-fi was super cheesy for me too, but everything being broken/falling apart just reminded me of a lot of old P.I. stories, just now more... shiny and automatic. What I don't get, is why have the Sci-fi?? It took such a HUGE back seat, it could have been a great modern type book with barely any editing.
Feb 01, 2013 10:46AM

62938 Brittany wrote: "I haven't read this series yet, but I am curious as to why the main pick and the alt pick are the first and second books in this series. I haven't gotten to watch the hangout since it's not up on Y..."

It's been mentioned several times that members wanted to have two books from the same series one month. Felicia also added that book 3 in the series kind of ends the romantic story arc if you really want more completeness.
Jan 31, 2013 11:47AM

62938 so I started this last night, and doe brown has been mentioned like 3 times .... this isn't going to be obsidian eyes and rainbows all over again is it? lol
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Jan 31, 2013 02:44AM

62938 Very close to this area!
Jan 30, 2013 01:42PM

62938 goodreads has been recommending the first book for a long time now, so I'm excited to read this!
Jan 29, 2013 03:47PM

62938 I just finished reading "The Dark Knight" The Dark Knight (Montagues, #4) by Elizabeth Elliott. Wonderful read for anyone who likes good guys wear black and thoroughly enjoy the assassin's creed series (especially Ezio).

Next I'll probably resign myself to read my local book club Feb. pick "Glow" Glow (Sky Chasers, #1) by Amy Kathleen Ryan.
Jan 27, 2013 06:16AM

62938 I was surfing through the reviews of the book, and someone linked to this little gem of a spoof summery video of the book.
Jan 20, 2013 05:31PM

62938 Izzy wrote: "Maybe I'm weird but I never liked Frank and reading about how he is in the later books I know I won't ever like him. He always felt creepy and just not like a great husband. Especially when he brought up the cheating or 'temptation' thing when they were apart during the war."

Yes! I'm so not glad I'm not the only one who felt like Frank was a complete slime ball. It really annoyed me how their "yay we can be married again" getaway just felt like Frank was there for him and mostly ignored her unless he wanted to get his groove on. How unromantic. But, I'm going to guess we weren't suppose to really LOVE Frank or we might be really sour on Claire.
Jan 17, 2013 01:45PM

62938 C.G. wrote: "Although a lot of the books I read are YA, they seem to be 300 - 500 pages in hardback. I also try to read at least one book a month that's non-fiction, just to balance out my other reading."

Oh I didn't mean there was anything wrong with YA or that they can't be enjoyable, for me they are just lighter reads than what I'd normally pick for myself, and 99% of the time I personally despise YA books. I'm going to blame it on the fact that I can't ever seem to relate to the main character.

40 books enjoyed is better than 200 books hated. (That be a true waste of time and effort, and not fair to authors and publishers rolling out all those 1-2 stars in the name of my goodreads epeen) But 200 YA books enjoyed. Let me be first in line to clap cause that's amazing! Especially in the digital age we live in with all the "shiny" distractions.
Jan 16, 2013 10:45PM

62938 I pledged 30 books last year, and didn't even start until April, and managed 39. Made it a nice even 40 this year.

I could try to bulldoze more, but then I'm reading for numbers and not reading to be entertained or learn something, which is more important to me.

Plus I know myself and I'd be focused on making sure the books are short (IE low page count or EASY YA) which is cheating.
Jan 02, 2013 12:14PM

62938 Ender wrote: "I'd love it if the men took over for a month and picked a couple of books for us to read. :)"

yea! PF honorary month!!! I support this idea.
Jan 01, 2013 06:49PM

62938 I gave up on Catching Fire. I slogged through Hunger Games, and just didn't get the hype, so I was like ok, maybe I need to move farther, got half way through book 2 and just decided enough is enough.

I couldn't take any more of the choppy "simplistic" writing. I get it, it's YA, but even when I was a teen I'd have demanded more from my books. Then everything about the world was just too much to believe, among other things.

At this point the promise of action is gone, the games are over, so it's boring self interested dialogue ahoy with a bunch of characters that could all die in a fire and I'd probably enjoy that more.

Katniss the girl I wish was on fire.
Dec 30, 2012 03:41AM

62938 Morbus wrote: "@Amy: If you'd like, I'll give my candid comments about Crooked Fang, w/ no offense intended."

I don't mind, we're here to figure out what a penile fantasy is and men are going to know best.

Besides you can't offend me for what I didn't make and is purely a "pleasure read." aka a waste of my free time with little to no expectations of being mind expanding.
Dec 29, 2012 03:28PM

62938 Crooked Fang I started reading this novel yesterday. It very much reminds me of what I'd think a penile fantasy would read like.

Though I haven't finished it so I can't say that it will maintain the trend, the whole time while reading, in the back of my head I just kept thinking about this thread and how this book seems a perfect example.
Dec 17, 2012 12:31AM

62938 Victoria wrote: "Being a succubus strikes me as regularly inconvenient especially when she can’t turn it off…...."

I think she can chose to look average or even unappealing if she wanted to, wouldn't do well for soul hunting. Remember the conversation between Carter and her, where she asks why he chooses to look like a bum, and he asks why a succubus who hates her job chooses to look drop dead sexy.


Though I totally agree, either more sexy times or more people should have been clawing for her attention at least.
Dec 13, 2012 06:32PM

62938 true, but romantic movies (rom-coms I'm looking at you!) by my personal rule of thumb are beyond dreadful.
Dec 13, 2012 01:25AM

62938 Kamil wrote: "but you hardly reserch any occult stuff... and google keeps a record history of the browsing results and by the reserched stuff creates a profile of the user. Soo resrvhing stuff might not be a good thing in this case "

True probably might not be best to go hunting Occult topics, but she was using the Bible and I'm sure plenty of websites offer a more broad discussion on creatures described without sending up red flags in search histories. Besides... she's looking up about Nephilim, not how to make a bomb, who's she hiding from?
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