Oh dear, I don't read Dickens, I just watch BBC mini series based on his books! Like David Copperfield
I'm so happy you liked Tale of Two Proms! I Wuv that series and I was glad to have some conclusion.
Ha, I'll probably end up watching a BBC version of his stuff too rather than reading it. Though I want to read his stuff after this book being out and being oblivious to all the Tale of Two Cities Stuff and the fact it's his 200th birthday. The closest Dickens oriented thing lately I've seen in Blackadder's version of Dickens's Christmas Carol which is hilarious, by the way.
I was so happy that we did get some conclusion to that series. It has been such a looong time. And I do think Cara did a good job for the most part tying up lose ends. I was just a little sad that
Just finished reading Epic Fail by Claire LaZebnik and am now reading Prom and Prejudice by Elizabeth Eulberg. I know two YA P&P retellings in one week. I'm just in a very Pride and Prejudice mood lately, but have no effort or brain power to read the real thing again since I do most of my reading while commuting back and forth from school.
Bought: Born Wicked, Bewitching, and Carrier of the Mark this week at my bookstore. Will probably start on one of them next week. Heard excellent things about Born Wicked-which is why I bought it. I like Alex Flinn's work and I loved the Kendra character in Beastly, so I think Bewitching looks interesting. As for Carrier of the Mark I bought it mainly because it took place in Ireland and after being in Ireland last summer I wanted some nostalgia.