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Old 12-23-2013, 03:20 AM   #577
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Wait..what!?! And yet another book finds its way on my impossibly long TBR.
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Ditto. I just wishlisted it. Sounds to bizarre to pass up!
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Okay, I added Doughnut to my potential read list and it might fit the bill for this year's reading challenge for the 2013 entry.
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Thank you for that link. I've read many of Mr Holt's works, and very much enjoyed them, including the first four of the J. W. Wells & Co. series. I have fallen behind, not realising there are now another three to catch up on.
Bad (?) news, you lot: I just finished If It's a Jar - Tom Holt's latest book, and the sequel to Doughnut. I also strongly recommend reading Valhalla before hitting this one. (I can't tell yet whether The Outsorcerer's Apprentice, due in July, will continue the saga or not.)

Caveat: I had trouble downloading this through both Kobo and Diesel. If/when you buy IIAJ as an ebook, please be kind enough to let me know what store you went through.

ETA: Having just finished that, I'm about to start my 150th book of the year, which will complete my 2013 challenge: Simon R. Green's Spirits from Beyond (Ghost Finders #4). Urban fantasy, rather not a comedy despite the occasional example of dark humor.

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