Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Oh, no! Major snafu!!!

I was doing really, really well on keeping up with my scheduled reviews (with the exception of Christianish, which I keep telling myself I'm going to finish and keep not picking up because . . . actually, I didn't read a word, yesterday -- too busy). Unfortunately, I put North! or Be Eaten down on the wrong day (wrong week, in fact) of my calendar and I haven't even begun to read it. The First Wild tour coordinator goes out of her way to make sure you don't screw up, but I still managed.

However, I've read the first in the series and I will happily refer you back to my review of On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness, Book One of the Wingfeather Saga. You will note that I thought it was really fab and eagerly anticipated the sequel. I'm still sitting here anticipating, I guess. Gotta crack the cover before you stop anticipating.

10 comments:

  1. anticipate away! (it just doesn't sound right written, but can you hear my expressiveness to mean something like 'go ahead and anticipate all you need to' in a positive way? hope so...)

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  2. Care,

    Sounds great to me. :) Hopefully, I won't have to anticipate for too long. I do need to go ahead and finish some of the books I've been bouncing between for two weeks, though!

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  3. I was on a separate tour for this book this week but I did not finish in time either. I have 5 book tours this week Mon.-Wed. so not quite caught up yet. :)
    I need to go write a review of Melt Down by Chuck Holton but it will probably go up tomorrow. So tired and I loved it and want to do it justice. :)

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  4. Brittanie,

    That's a lot of tours!! I try to keep up with mine, but sometimes you just screw up. I'm still anxious to read the book.

    I haven't heard of Melt Down. I'll be watching for your review. I know the "want to do it justice" feeling. The best books are always the most difficult to review for just that reason.

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  5. So interesting how we all have our different likes and dislikes. Just got done reading a blogger review of this one where the blogger couldn't finish the book. Bummer. Glad you loved it, though!

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  6. Trish,

    I think you must have clicked through on the wrong post because I haven't read this book, yet. Maybe you meant TSI: The Gabon Virus?

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  7. Boo--I was blogging in a hurry and misread where you said "thought it was fab" and sequel. Sorry about that Nancy! Major snafu for Trish!! :)

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  8. Trish,

    Nah, minor snafu. I probably do the same thing. :)

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  9. I tried to read this for the Children's Book Blog Tours before reading the first book...note to self: Don't do that.

    I not only didn't enjoy this book At All, I'm afraid I've made an enemy of dear Andrew. Or, at least hurt his feelings. Which I certainly didn't mean to do.

    I expect you to make up for my faux pas, Nancy, with your great reviews and enthusiasm! ;)

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  10. Bellezza,

    I just dashed over to your blog and I though you did a very graceful job of describing why the book didn't work for you. I sincerely doubt you've hurt anyone's feelings.

    Having said that, I am definitely going to have to dig up the first book. I need a refresher. It's been a little too long since I read the first book and I can imagine how easily you must have become lost and frustrated.

    I'll do my best. :)

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