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Reading another book that might be a DNF. Sadly, I got it through Audiobookreviewer so I feel like I really should listen to the entire thing so I can review for Paul. It’s horrific. There is a lot of back and forth in the timeline so it’s hard to tell at which portion in the plot I am and the zombies “KNOW” something is off about a kid that they are planning to kill. They just know. There is no rhyme or reason.
Sadly, the narrator is also very staccato. Every other word sounds like it should be the end of a sentence. I only have two more hours left in it so I may power through but the story line is driving me crazy.
Have you guys ever read a book where the plot lines make so little sense that you don’t know how to even write a review? I’m not sure how I’m going to write this one. It isn’t going to be pretty.
On a good note, I made this delicious Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca the other night. I couldn’t find capers at target (sigh!) so I went with green olives instead and it worked beautifully! I would say add in extra artichoke but I’m an artichoke fan. Hubby had a second bowl so I think we found a winner. So easy to do too.
Recipe over at YupitsVegan.com. Although I could easily see shrimp or chicken going with this so don’t let the vegan in that address scare you!
My Netgalley Finds:
I saw The Long Way Down on Audible and immediately told my hubby. It’s written very well and has a really cool, gritty vibe that we are both enjoying. The main character Daniel Faust, is a ton of fun to listen to. This guy is always getting himself into trouble. Apparently this is Urban Fantasy. Might be another genre that I didn’t know I was going to be in love with. Much like when I read my first Dystopian.
Hubby and I geeked out a bit over Daniel Faust and Constantine in our Geek of the Week post.
How was your week?
- [3 Nov] October: Month in Review Edition
- [3 Nov] Need by Joelle Charbonneau ★★★★★
- [4 Nov] Shelf Control – The Science of Mind by Ernest Hlmes
- [4 Nov] The Heirloom Brides Collection: Treasured Items Bring Couples Together in Four Historical Romances by Kim Vogel Sawyer, Tracey V. Bateman, Joanne Bischof, Mona Hodgson ★★★★½
- [4 Nov] Moment of Zen! About You
- [5 Nov] Get Real (Get Real #1) by Tellulah Darling ★★★★
- [7 Nov] Geek of the week – Constantine
- Ho Ho Ho Read a thon coming soon! I so need this! I have at least six books that I have just for Christmas that I’m already looking forward to. Sadly, all romance. Doesn’t anyone write Christmas horrors? But all Netgalley so it will be nice to get them off of my dashboard!
- Anna from The Herd Hops has two giveaways coming soon! Links below, join up!