20 thoughts on “Light holiday reading

      1. This is my second Gaiman book, my first being American Gods. I liked the latter and am enjoying this. Am about 2/3 of the way through. I particularly enjoy his way with words, which sometimes remind me of Douglas Adams.

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  1. I would think that Oathbringer would be close to a week’s reading all by itself 🙂

    That picture illustrates why I love my kindle so much. Especially if I have to travel. No more bookbags full of epic tomes, hoping I have enough books to keep me through the time.

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    1. I’ve definitely enjoyed the convenience of eBooks but it’s generally hard for me to connect wit the book if I haven’t read it before… travelling is a good point, though!

      And yes, I like to call Sanderson books “bludgeoning objects.” 😛

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  2. I just got back from a 7 day cruise – no kids – and have made a horrifying discovery. Apparently I can’t just sit and read for hours anymore. 😦 I’d like to blame the pregnancy but the physician discomfort is only a small part of it. I’m afraid I got a little bored!

    Now I have to question my whole life.

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      1. I am due in May but this one seems more uncomfortable than the others! I try to read when they are playing on their own Kindle, about an hour a day, unless I need to shower that week, or there are no clean dishes left. >.<

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  3. Omgosh I actually saw Oathbringer in a shop this afternoon and I couldn’t believe how absolutely massive it is as a hardback! Haven’t googled it yet, bit hoping the paperback will be out around end of may ready for hubby’s birthday start of June (Sanderson is his fave ^_^)

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  4. I’ve been enjoying this:
    Children of Time: Winner of the 2016 Arthur C. Clarke Award https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00SN93AHU/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_xIrrAbYMTK7C2

    Enjoying your enthusiasm for books. Fabulous!


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