Been a while since I posted in this topic.
Hmmm... since then I've read Stalking the Unicorn: A Fable of Tonight
by Mike resnick. It was something different than usual fantasy books, funny at times with some few nice ideas. Pretty neat, but not addictive reading.
Then I started rereading Feist's Krondor: The Betrayal
, since I didn't have any new book to read. Love Feist and dark elf Gorath from this book is one of my fave Feist's characters.
Then I put my hands on Charlaine Harris' Club Dead
, 3rd part od Sookie Stackhouse cycle, in english. And it's so so much better than first 2 parts in this horribly lame polish translation. Still, I think I prefer tv series (which is a precedence), but this book captivated me, and I gotta order myself next 2 parts, in original of course, as soon as I have any money for that.
Yesterday's evening I started reading David Gemmell's Waylander
. Have read it years ago, but hardly remember anything and now I'm planning to read the whole Drenai saga. Gemmell's one of my favourite authors. His writing style is great, and the characters so real, so flesh and bones. They're not entirely good nor entirely bad (well, ok, sometimes entirely bad
), and they're evolving, changing, growing up. I've already read almost half of it and love it of course.