Thursday, October 23, 2008

Another one reporting in.

Yep - another Quester has just read and reviewed Broken Wing - and she loves it too!

Leslie of Leslie's Psyche has a great review.

I'm headed for bed now but I'll be back tomorrow to explain why I've been MIA the past couple of days. Yep, you guessed it - another obsession. It's a good thing I recognize this about me.

6 comments:

Jill D. said...

Another obsession? Seriously? All right, I'm intrigued. I'll check back!

Barbara said...

I just read the review that Leslie did. She really did a great job and I agree, I can't wait to see what Ms. James comes out with next.

Marianne McA said...

Returning to an old obsession, I've just got the new Radio Times & Spooks starts on Monday!

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=EshNq0eTn3A

It's not a series I normally watch, because I can't take the violence, but Richard Armitage looks so good that I'll have to give it another try...

Kristie (J) said...

Jill D: Oh - I've become obsessed all right -as you will see once I get home from work

Barbara: it just warms the cockles of my heart that other readers are loving this one too!

Marianne: thanks for the link - I'm at work so I can't play it now - but I will when I get home. I've heard all about this latest role of his (cause don't you know I love all things RICHard *g*) and it sounds like a very intriguing role! One thing puzzles me though - if I'm not mistaken, he is still filming the third season of Robin Hood. How can he do both? Is it a television season in England? 'Cause here I think it's very difficult to be in two series at a time - unless one is just a bit player in one of them. The only person I can think of who might have done that is Kelly Ripp who was in the series Hope and Gloria, the soap All My Children and the talk show Live with Kelly & Regis.

Leslie said...

Kristie ~ as long as it's as good as Broken Wing I'm all for your obsessions. : )

Thanks Barbara ~ so glad you enjoyed the review.

Marianne McA said...

Kristie, I'm more or less guessing, but I think series tend to be shorter here (there are 8 episodes of Spooks, for example).

I'm a bit apprehensive about the next series of Robin Hood - I find Robin a bit wet, and mostly just enjoyed the Marion/Guy relationship. I've an unhappy feeling the story arc for the next series might be Sad-Robin-Seeks-Vengence, which wouldn't be a lot of fun. (Fanily viewing: what were they thinking?)