I've had it downloaded for ages because I love Richard Osman. Sounds like I should get to it soon.
Literary Buffistas 3: Don't Parse the Blurb, Dear.
There's more to life than watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer! No. Really, there is! Honestly! Here's a place for Buffistas to come and discuss what it is they're reading, their favorite authors and poets. "Geez. Crack a book sometime."
I hadn't heard of it before, and I was only vaguely aware of Richard Osman. I guess the second one set some kind of record for sales? Something.
Anyway, haven't seen Only Murders in the Building yet but from the ads I can see where there might be kinship
Things to know about Richard Osman:
He is very smart.
He is very tall.
I had no idea of the tallness. Okay!
There's a 45 minute conversation included at the end of The Thursday Murder Club between him and another author whose name I didn't catch but she wrote The Grown-ups, I think? It's also a good listen. So at this point that is mostly how I know him, I suppose.
My hold came in at the library so I just started Thursday Murder Club last night. I'm quite enjoying it so far.
I like the Paladin books but I really want more Swordheart as well!
Agreed, Consuela. Beartongue meantioned "swords" in Paladin's Grace, so now I want to know what happened.
I have faith we will get more swords. I’m being very patient about it.
Well, there are two more swords out there ... they deserve their own books.
If you're reading - or rereading - Dune before the release of the new film, I found this essay worth a look.