I would blog, but…

I am right smack dab in the middle of Tana French’s The Likeness. Sleep is minimal, phone calls are being ignored and meals are being eaten sloppily over the pages.

I am ready to declare – Tana French is my new Dennis LeHane.

And how much do I love that she is/was primarily an actress before turning to writing?

This – THIS – is a book, people. I didn’t think it could get much better than In The Woods but is so, so does. This is a dazzling, grab-you-by-the-shoulders and won’t let go page turner with characters so complex and writing so wickedly good that already I am growing sad to say goodbye, and I have a couple hundred pages left.

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9 Responses to I would blog, but…

  1. Andi says:

    I have to start reading her stuff because I am SOOO out of the loop.

  2. Gumbomum says:

    Oooh, I loved both of those!

  3. inthemainstream says:

    I LOVED The Likeness.

  4. Stefanie says:

    Wow. I’ve seen lots of raves around about In the Woods and thought I might get around to reading it one of these days. But I need and airplane book for a trip to visit my parents at the end of March so I’ll have to consider one of her books.

  5. Becky says:

    I loved The Likeness! I had it on audio but hadn’t read In the Woods, so I had to stop listening, go back and read that, then pick up again.

  6. kimhaasdesign says:

    Well, now I must read me some Tana French:)

  7. shoreacres says:

    Me, I want that snow in your header so I can get snowed in and have an excuse to read.

    Not likely in Houston? Oh, shoot 😉

  8. pvreader says:

    Which is exactly why I haven’t read it yet: I need a few days with absolutely NOTHING to do (you’d think I’d have that with all this snow, but no…).

  9. Pete says:

    Well I can’t comment on Tana French (or Denis LaHane) but I do love your new header. Is that your street?

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