Justi again! Cousin, where are you?! Anyway, we're now in the double digits. Aah!
So I finished up the Everworld series...I can't say I liked the end. The last book was small, however, so it's not going on the official account.
Betrayals, book two of Strange Angels...if you recall, I read the first book about a month ago...was okay. Lili St. Crow, the author, maintains her writing style that makes me want to groan. She's a good author, but the climatic bits are dulled by interludes of details; the characters keep a surreal feel, very hard to relate to. I'm continuing the series, not for her writing, but for the conceptual ideas she created. They've got me hooked.
The Space Between Trees is a sad little novel, with a disappointing but realistic denouement. A body is found in the woods, and when Evie makes a new friend, she becomes entangled in a different life. It's thrilling, realistic, and, at this age, it's easy to connect with the characters involved.
Into the Wild. This isn't a novel...well, in the loosest sense of the word, it is. In 1992, Chris McCandless walked into the Alasken frontier--his body was found a few months later. The author, a reporter, is piecing the young man's life together. I read this for my English class--I've no idea why. It isn't my type of read, but, nevertheless, it was interesting.
So, three more books down! Now, the random fact of the day...try it!
Take the last two digits of the year you were born, and add the age that you will be in 2011...whatever you'll turn to. The sum will always be 111.