I just finished reading White Darkness earlier today, you know, the somewhat underrated first novel by David A McIntee and came away pleasantly surprised. Especially considering I've yet to finish a single book by him. Ever. I was somewhat disappointed by the lack of zombies and a bit irked by Bond fan McIntee's attempts to go all Live and Let Die on us in places, but I did enjoy it even if it hardly set my world alight.
At the moment I'm waiting for my latest ebay acquisitions of Blood Heat and Conundrum to arrive so I can actually begin to properly read the angst-fest that is the Future History Cycle and actually make sense of No Future. Either way, it'll be good to reread The Left Handed
Hummingbird considering how I skimmed through it on my first reading, something
I don't think it really deserves.
Current Mood: accomplished
Current Music: Rilo Kiley - A Better Son/Daughter