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ebeth wrote:Yes, it is very long. I'm getting close to being halfway there. There always seems to be something new that pops up to keep me reading.
Me too, I was on vacation last week and got through a lot of the book. Now I'm back at work and have slowed down; but it is holding my interest, so I'll finish it soon.
anneloretrujillo wrote:I have to admit, this book is way outside my comfort zone! I was intrigued by the sample of it. I'm interested to finish it and see how it turns out. What about you guys? Is this the type of book you usually read, or is this a stretch for you?
This book is not my typical genre. I spend most of my reading time indulging in romance and erotic fiction. I do enjoy fantasy and the paranormal aspect of this story is something that I enjoy. I wouldn't say it was a stretch for me but normally I would not pick up this type of book unless I was in the mood or turned on the the story or author on a recommendation of a friend. Since having joined this sight I have read two books of the month and am participating in the discussions in order to expand my horizons.
Paliden wrote:I do enjoy this genre. It can get to feeling repetitive sometimes but then you come across a really good author that brings a new twist to the table.
Exactly!! You just said it better than I could.
MarisaRose wrote:When I was a little younger this was definitely my type of book. I have always loved fantasy stories, especially those dealing with any type of lore. However, in more recent years, I have read a lot more literary fiction, historical fiction, and non fiction. It was nice to jump back into the fantasy world. I think stopped reading fantasy because I found many of the novels I read where not inventive and repetitive. However, I commend this author on writing a fantasy that is a little different from the norm!
I feel very similarly! I used to read fantasy all he time when I was in middle school and high school. Now I tend to find myself straying away from the genre unless a book really piques my interest.