joyce (joyce) wrote,

We were in B&N the other day, and I read the description of the new Anita Blake book, and it actually sounds pretty good (hey, it's got Edward in it, and I have a soft spot for everyone's favorite psychopath). I'm debating whether I should catch up by actually reading the books or just reading Wikipedia (sad, I know). I've heard that the books actually get better again - the last one I read is Narcissus in Chains, which is a lot of catching up to do. So, worth catching up, worth reading Wikipedia so I can read the new one, or not bothering?
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