SBD wrote:You two are terrible.
QFE'd. I personally enjoy Asimov's writing style. Very engaging, but a little slow at times. I probably haven't read as much of him as either Suki or Slaps have, though. So hmm.
@Slaps: It wasn't really boring
, per se. It got a little slow, at parts, but I'm fairly certain that that's due to my overall intelligence level. I find that sort of thing, biology and whatnot, interesting, so I liked it a lot. That's not the only thing he talks about,though; geology, science, flight, and other subjects are touched on in moderate detail throughout the book. Altogether a good book, and I definitely recommend reading it if you've got any sort of interest, and are interested to get a basic understanding, of any of those subjects.
I really liked this one. I don't usually go for mysteries, but these were interesting. They got a bit predictable, after I figured out the basic... Formula, as it were, but, really, don't all mysteries get that way? (If they don't I would like recommendations plz.)
I enjoyed this one as well. When you think about it, the entire plot was very simple. I think that that worked in it's favor, overall. Slaps may not like it, though. >.>