I started InkDeath last Raya but took it up only as a bed time reading material. I try nopt to exceed 10 pages per night because otherwise I won't sleep the whole night trying to rush to the ending. Sigh. So it took me about what....2 months...to get it over and done with.
Now I can move on to my next new book....
*The Heretic's Daughter - acquired last month - story about the Salem witch trials at times when black magic is mocked and witches were burnt on stakes or hung*
Should be loads of fun.
Its written by Kathleen Kent based on her own ancestor, Martha Carrier, who was tried as a witch, found guilty and hung. It is said that to her dying breath, Martha neither confessed on being a witch nor plead for a lighter sentence.
It sounds just like the novel I have been waiting for.
I love witch stories as much as I love vampire novels ever since I read Anne Rice's "The Witching Hour". The drama is so intrigueing, the mystic air fascinating.
Lets see how long it takes for me to finish this one.