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Bearing an Hourglass
Piers Anthony
Peter the Great: His Life and World
Robert K. Massie
A Curse Dark As Gold - Audio Library Edition
Elizabeth C. Bunce
The Ocean at the End of the Lane: A Novel
Neil Gaiman
Les Misérables
Victor Hugo, Isabel Florence Hapgood
In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler's Berlin
Erik Larson
Healing Trauma
Peter A. Levine
Tess Gerritsen's Rizzoli & Isles 8 Book Bundle: The Surgeon, The Apprentice, The Sinner, Body Double, Vanish, The Mephisto Club, The Keepsake, Ice Cold
Tess Gerritsen
Sapphire Blue (Audio) - Kerstin Gier, Anthea Bell, Marisa Calin Sapphire Blue is such a dissapointment. The writing was still fun and I have some hopes that Emereled Green will pull this trilogy back together. The two main problems were with the characters. Gwen is a bit of a twit who acts against her better judgement, constantly leaning on her time travel partner Gideon to pull her out of trouble. Although it's logical that Gwen should be even worse at time traveling then she was in the last book considering only a week has past in book land, it's really frustrating when you're reading it. Gideon is by far the worst part of this book. He's manipulative and cruel and yet Gwen loves him because he's gorgeous and occaisionally makes out with her. Gwen allows him to verbally and emotionally abuse her with nary a peep because he obviously knows what he's doing. The ending is amazingly anti-climactic since Gwen can't figure out anything on her own.. The big fight scene is told as an epilogue featuring Gideon. I wish Gier would fall a little out of love with Gideon and a little in love with Gwen, who is after all the viewpoint character.