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Saturday, January 21, 2006
Yea for Books!
I love to snuggle in bed and read. Really, there's nothing better than immersing myself in a good story. But, since I'm in school right now, textbooks just ain't cutting it. There are two books I want to preorder: Stephen King's Cell and Laurell K. Hamilton's (LKH) Dance Macabre.

Yes, I'd like to say I'm preparing to read something important or serious or classic like Catcher in the Rye or War and Peace, alas, I'm not.


"Cell" is about people who receive the apocalypse through their cell phones and it turns them into mindless drones/zombies. Interesting and sounds like something that King would come up with. I'm still reading his The Dark Tower series.





I actually don't know what this next installment of LKH's book is about, but it isn't coming out until June. It will, of course, follow her heroine Anita Blake in her life as a Vampire Slayer emotional ups and downs with her lovers. Yum! I can't wait.
Gunngirl believed The Truth is still Out There at 11:05 PM  
2 commentst:
  • At 4:18 AM, Blogger EnnuiHerself said…

    On some level I am a book snob and I like to think that I am above Stephen King, but I really want to read his new one. Maybe because it indulges our shared hatred on cell phones.

    EH

     
  • At 9:33 AM, Blogger mg said…

    I'm really looking forward to the next Anita Blake myself!!

    DOOD, I wish they would make a movie... which actress would you choose for Anita?

    mg

     
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