My English teacher told me I'd be reading it my Senior year, but I don't know if I can wait that long. :|bakan said:
you should it's just as good as the first four, it's similar to the first book but with only one not two character's to focus on, as well as a treat to those who have read the first four that you'll see coming if you know where to look.TheEvilCheese said:YES. I need to read these again.andy25100 said:I'm re-reading the mortal engines quartet & Fever Crumb as they are together excellent novels. The quick background is after a nuclear war changes the landscape for good(the US is a giant crater), a couple thousand year's pass when the city of london decide's to get some tracks and eat other cities leading to every city doing the same, now add some fanatical hippies who don't like traction cities as they have turned most of europe, northern africa & south america into the somme, that's the first three books, the forth complicates it.Without going into spoiler's if steampunk & action is your thing order these books.
Like right now.
...actually. I never read fever crumb, after how the quartet ended I was content and had no real desire to get it, is it as good as the others?
Exactly that for me also. Got a feeling I will be reading the others after I finish as well.Yosato said:The TV show of Game of Thrones got the better of me, so I'm currently reading the first in the Song of Ice and Fire series by George R.R Martin
I like to read it when I need a laugh. If I recall correctly, none of the characters sleep once over a four day period of constant persuit. Whatever may be said about Dan Brown though, the guy knows how to make a page turner.Whiptail said:The da Vinci Code by Dan Brown