I finished Doctor Sleep this weekend. The ending was much like most of King's current books: weak. The story started off strong, but there was just too much "fluff" in the middle. His editor needs to be more vigilant.
But, over Labor Day, I read Joyland and really liked it. Out of King's more recent books, this may be my favorite.
Post by bansheebeat on Nov 15, 2013 12:29:56 GMT -5
Needed a break from all the literary fiction I've been reading lately. This book was a nice easy read that was actually really entertaining (once you get through the first couple chapters you really don't want to put it down, I read it in just a couple days). I'm a big fan of Hancock's non-fiction, but I didn't expect much from this. I was very pleasantly surprised.
1/19: twenty one pilots/MS MR/Grouplove
7/19: Circa Survive
7/21: Neutral Milk Hotel
9/28: twenty one pilots
10/14: Flying Lotus
10/24: Sylvan Esso
11/5: Walk the Moon
11/20: Daniel Lanois
I think I've mentioned it before, but this book is amazing (and also, the sequel, Freedom). it's a sci-fi/computer/tech/semi-post-apocalyptic thriller, and if you have any interest in evolving technology, it's a must-read... (and, because I'm a super geek, I'm also including a couple of interesting links r/t the book)
for more info on the technology in the book (it's all real): Daemon website Infowars article about the book, Kurzweil's Singularity, and a look at current/future AI capabilities: Infowars article
Jan. 26th-30th MMJ's One Big Holiday
Feb. 15th Jeff Tweedy
April 18th Twista
May 2nd-4th Beale St. Music Fest
June 11th-16th Bonnaroo
June 29th Summerfest - Outkast
August 16th Andrew Bird and the hands of glory
Sept. 4th-7th Lockn' Fest
He was pretty restless throughout and didn't seem to enjoy it even when I did character voices. I know he's only four and I shouldn't worry about his reading comprehension but he seriously couldn't make out a single word.