I was trying to think about something to post on today. I have finished a couple of books, but I'm just not inspired to write any reviews right now. So I thought about what I am inspired by, and I realized that I am so excited about Tuesday's book release, that I am not focused on anything. In fact, I am reading a really fun book called Abdication by Juliet Nicolson. So far it's enjoyable, but I know if I don't get it finished by Monday night, I will put it on hold because...
SHADOW OF NIGHT IS RELEASED ON JULY 10, 2012.
In honor of my excitement, I am posting a recent review of Shadow of Night!!! Enjoy and happy reading.
From: Entertainment Weekly
The first year of marriage — what a beast. In her 2011 best-selling debut, A Discovery of Witches, Deborah Harkness introduced readers to Diana, the deeply intelligent historian wise on all matters save her untapped powers as a witch, and Matthew, the 1,500-year-old vampire whose sex appeal was matched only by his mood swings. They tumbled hard into love and marriage, which is where Harkness' sequelShadow of Night picks up. The newlyweds travel back in time to 16th-century England, searching for an enchanted manuscript known only as ''Ashmole 782'' and the answers — to their forbidden romance, to Diana's powers, and to her mysterious background — it might contain. The joy that Harkness, herself a historian, takes in visiting the past is evident on every page.
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