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Old 01-10-2014, 02:15 PM   #717
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Finished, and loved it. Highly recommended. And the final climax is pure Heyer. Totally convoluted and hilarious. Even though you know how it all has to end, you're always amazed at how she pulls all the strings back together.
Something completely different now. The latest in the Imager series by L. E. Modesitt, Jr. -- Rex Regis:Imager Portfolio, Book 8. Excellently read by William Dufris. This is a series that I only read in audio books - I tried reading Modesitt in eBook, but it just didn't work as well for me as it does in audio book. IAC, I enjoy the series quite a bit, and recommend it. The books are a good size - 16-19 hours - without being huge. If you haven't tried the series yet, give Imager, the first in the series, a try. Worth a credit to see what you think. Or get the Kindle version from Amazon for $2.99, and then you get the Audible version for $9.95.

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