Sunday, June 24, 2012


The Pirate King - Laurie R. King - Review Part I    

Great premise: a book about a cast making a movie about the making of a move, that ends up living out the plot of the movie. Follow?

But I just want it to end. 

Ms King has taken up a different style of storytelling this time. And quite frankly, I am not enjoying it. 

These are mysteries, adventures; and so far I have endured 170 (out of 369) pages of Mary Russell's description of her situation, with little more than a few mentions that there might be a mystery in it somewhere.

I shall forge onward. So far in my life I have only ever put one book down without finishing it, and this will not be the second.

To be continued . . .

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