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Lately, I've been reading quite a bit a romance, mostly historical and paranormal with a little contemporary mixed in. I also enjoy fantasy, urban fantasy, and history.

The Dark Griffin - K.J. Taylor This one I found hard to rate. The story, characters, and dialogue are all very simple, which isn't always a bad thing, but at times they, the dialogue especially, were too simple, almost immature.

But I liked the way the author created the griffins, mostly Darkheart. These creatures had intelligence and could communicate with humans, but were still animals. Darkheart did whatever to survive, and saw no problem killing whatever or whoever to do it.

And I am interested to see where Taylor is taking the story after the events at the end of the book. I guess interested enough to give the next book a shot.

Currently reading

A Storm of Swords
George R.R. Martin
The Burning Sky (The Elemental Trilogy)
Sherry Thomas
The Way of Kings
Brandon Sanderson