Trystan (trystan830) wrote in 50bookchallenge,

Books 26 & 27... and 28

book 27 was Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman. i have to say i liked it, and totally didn't see the twists and turns coming until i was right upon them. but it's like that with everything for me.

book 26 was Those Who Hunt the Night, by Barbara Hambly. this was suggested to me from people on this very comm when back earlier in the year when i'd posted that i read Sisters of the Raven and Circle of the Moon, also by Barbara Hambly.

i enjoyed Those Who Hunt the Night, and it was interesting to see vamp lore in the early part of the 20th century, so soon after Dracula had been published, as well as the new discoveries of viruses and germs. the book after it is Traveling with the Dead, and i shall be picking up this book from my library early this evening.

it's been a while since i've posted here, so i'm sharing my Reading List of what i've read so far this year. (there are other pages after the first one, going back to 2008 when i first started keeping track of what i've read.)
Tags: fantasy, sci-fi, vampires

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