klondike wrote:This week I started "Lavondyss", the sequel to Robert Holdstock's glowing pearl: "Mythago Wood".[/i]
I have not read Mythago Wood, but I enjoyed the Merlin books quite a bit.
Another month, and James Lee Burke's annual Robicheaux mystery should be out.
You have impeccable taste, sir.
I'm saving King's seventh (& final) Dark Tower novel for late June; Summer's the best time for the adventures of Roland, the Last Gunslinger since the World Moved On, and after this one, there's no more.
Ok, I take that back. King has done some lame stuff in his career, but this is truly a magnum opus of suckitude. I held out some hope through the first three books, the fourth (which is outside the continuity) was actually pretty good, but the last two were just awful. I was reluctant to give up after having invested that much time in the series, but man, they were bad. I kept wanting to throw the books across the room.