|50 Book Challenge...
||[Sep. 16th, 2010|11:59 pm]
50 Book Challenge|
1. Agents of Light and Darkness, Simon Green, 240 pages
2. Nightingale's Lament, Simon Green, 256 pages
3. Iorich, Steven Brust, 320 pages
4. Hex and the City, Simon Green 256 pages
5. Paths Not Taken, Simon Green 262 pages
6. Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth, Simon Green 247 pages
7. Hell to Pay, Simon Green 264 pages
8. The Unnatural Inquirer, Simon Green 265 pages
9. Just Another Judgement Day, Simon Green 263 pages
10. The Stepsister Scheme, Jim C Hines 344 pages
11. Changes, Jim Butcher 440 pages
12. Goal Motivation and Conflict:The Building Blocks of Good Fiction, Debra Dixon 164 pages
13. Deatstalker, Simon Green 523 pages
14. Beguilement (The Sharing Knife, Book 1), Lois Mcmaster Bujold 384 pages
15. Legacy (The Sharing Knife, Book 2), Louis McMaster Bujold 368 pages
16. Passage (The Sharing Knife, Book 3), Louis McMaster Bujold 422 pages
17. Horizon (The Sharing Knife, Book 4), Louis McMaster Bujold 422 pages
18. Equal Rites, Terry Pratchett 213 pages
19. Mort, Terry Pratchett 243 pages
20. Guards! Guards!, Terry Pratchett, 355 pages
21. Reaper Man, Terry Pratchett, 353 pages
22. Conspirator, CJ Cherryh, 370 pages (may be a reread but I'm about to read the next one and wanted a refresher)
23.Deceiver, CJ Cherryh, 355 pages
total 7713 pages
I haven't been much on reviewing the books I'm reading, but I'll say this one about CJ Cherry's latest in the Foreigner series. Too much explicative narrative on political situations, never give multiple names starting with the same first letter when they are mentioned so often because it makes them hard to differentiate, and this plot line, although interesting when you cut through the drudgery, should have taken up maybe the first half of the book with more happening in the second half. Instead we have a somewhat cliffhanger ending. Dammit CJ, I have come to expect a bit more out of you.
On the up side, I have the latest Nightside book next in the queue, plus I need to finish up the Color of Magic, which is half read.
I think next year I'll do the 12 book challenge, which only involves one book a month and reviewing them after. I'm running out of time for the 50 book challenge, and doubt that I'll make it complete by the end of December.