I picked this one up for bookclub. I enjoyed it very much, although a lot of the romance and sex scenes were unnecessary. The story was great, but the last chapter before the epilogue went on and on about the logistics of dowries. Again, I felt that it wasn’t needed.
I laughed a lot about the logistics of body fluids and living in a sword. This was a conversation that I think I would have had with friends.
I would recommend this book, but the reader needs to be able to skip through these sections.
Because of various reasons, I have not been keeping up with my readings for bookclubs. One day last week, I had been working on my papers for school. I got 4/5 of the way through with one of my papers and took a little break. I looked at my phone and found that I was able to pop in to my zoom meeting for a book I didn’t read.
The meeting was halfway over, but at least they know I’m still alive. Also I got to talk about something that wasn’t school work for a change of pace for the day.
This book popped up to read for bookclub. I was reluctant to read it because the story had been done so many times. I am glad I read it, though, because there’s a reason it’s a classic. The story is good, but old. It appeals to both young and old.
I will probably reread it in the future when I don’t have as much going on, but I did enjoy the book and I was glad for a break in the genres I have been reading otherwise.
While I do love this series, this one just didn’t grab me like the others have. It’s needed to keep the series going, and we need to know what is going on with the characters, but the other books in the series were better.
I managed to get back to sleep for a bit after waking up in the middle of the night for sleep intermission. I had a dream about post covid bookclub for my once a month meeting, so it was in person. There was a new woman there who kept spraying perfume all around. So when she sprayed me. I grabbed the spray bottle for the plants and sprayed her back. I think that wasn’t a subtle meaning? I think it means I should start carrying a spray bottle with me once we start gathering again. It’ll be a while, so I have plenty of time to shop.
I picked this up because of the PBS Great American Read list a few years ago. I found it tedious and boring. I put it down.
I picked it up again for bookclub this month. I still found it tedious, but I had a deadline to meet for this one. I struggled through it and finished it today. The story was OK. I found it dated and that it tried too hard to be funny.
Unless you’re reading it for a particular reason, I’d suggest finding something else to read.
I picked this book up for bookclub. It’s not my usual type of book, but I figured I’d give it a try. I really enjoyed it. The members of my bookclub who had read it assured me that it would be really funny. While I did find a lot of humor in it, I would not call it a funny book.
I did enjoy Smudge, the pet spider. He didn’t have a speaking part, but he added a lot of levity to the book.
I look forward to reading the other books in this series, eventually. I would definitely recommend the book.
This third book in the series is just as good as the others I have read so far. I love the stories, but this one started out very slow, too. I had to finish it quickly to find out what happened to the characters. I’m looking forward to the next two that are already published and the 6th that comes out in April of 2021.