Hi all! It's time for those weekend blog hops once again!
Have you ever enjoyed the same book in two or more formats (print, ebook, or audiobook)?
Not that I can recall. I don't really listen to audiobooks, and if I've already read a book, I wouldn't read it again in another format simply because it's another format. That said, if I read an e-Book ARC that I enjoy, I might go out and buy a print copy later. However, that doesn't mean I'd then read it again, at least not straightaway. If I love a book, a single copy is sufficient. I never feel the need to acquire it in all possible formats.
In the beginning there was one murderer, one mule and one boy, but this isn't the beginning, it's before it, it's me, and I'm Matthew, and here I am, in the kitchen, in the night--the old river mouth of light--and I'm punching and punching away.
From page 56:
He liked the moths gathering tall and tight-knit at their various streetlight postings. He wondered if the night excited or soothed and settled them; if nothing else, it gave them purpose.
My Current Read
Bridge of Clay
Bridge of Clay
is about a boy who is caught in the current - of destroying everything
he has, to become all he needs to be. He's a boy in search of greatness,
as a cure for memory and tragedy. He builds a bridge to save his
family, but also to save himself. It's an attempt to transcend
humanness, to make a single, glorious moment:
A miracle and nothing less.