Well im not reading this for enjoyments sake, but rather to help me try and
munge some particularly flat data into a hierachical structure.
Its a good book, approaches the topic well and provides good examples
Ok so I finished Fools Errand, much faster than I thought I would. It was a
pretty good read. It sure killed time while I was waiting for laurel.
A Fortress of Grey Ice now. Its the second in the Sword in the Shadows
series. I enjoyed the first book, so Im sure ill enjoy this.
I finished the Bakers Boy today, and started on this instead. Its been a
while since ive read any Robin Hobb. It seems pretty good so far.
I finished The barbed coil this morning. And im just about to start the
bakers boy tonight. I’m sure it will be a fun read
Ive just started reading this one, it’s pretty good so far, and should tide
me over until I can get to the library to try and find Explorer by CJ
Cherryh which is the next in the series ive been reading.
I enjoy J V Jones too, she writes in a style I like. I seem to be
reading quite a lot of fantasy and science fiction by female authors lately.
Well I ripped through precursor, and Im onto Defender now. Back at work now
so It should take me a bit longer to get through than the others have been
Im on to this book now. I missed the third in the series, the library didnt
have it, but the writing is such that you dont miss too much from not having
Its got me sucked in, I really want to know how the series ends.
The sequel to foreigner, i’m really starting to enjoy this series, well
written and a clever idea.
I recommend it to all science fiction fans.
This is what I’m reading now, a slight change of pace from Pratchett. But
still not requiring too much processing. Its a good evening chewing gum for
the brain type novel.
Ill read anything that isnt about MARC at this point.
Im rereading this classic Terry Pratchett book again at the moment.
I think it’s one of the most rereadable novels I have ever read. I think it
and Interesting Times are my two favourite Pratchett books.