I finally got to read Don't Look Down this week. I have to say I was slightly trepidatious--I'd heard such conflicting opinions about how it wasn't a typical Crusie etc.
Well, I loved it!
It still had the layering and symbols that I associate with Crusie--like Wonder woman and the rope of truth, but it also had real bullets. I confess to being a women who loves her heroes to have guns, or at least know how to use them. Even though in actuality I'm against the general public having handguns outside gunclubs (shock horror I know the NRA will be devastated by my lack of support LOL).
Anyway, my dad knows a ton about guns and was a champion shot in his day, so that is probably why I do like them in the right hands.
Back to the book--I'm not going to give a detailed critique, but having followed their journey, in Reno last year and on their blog He wrote: She wrote (Bob & Jen on the sidebar) I appreciate the nuances of the storytelling process (for these very different writers), and could pick out the differing POV, though the story flowed effortlessly between the POV characters and laughed when I got to the YEC (yucky emotional crap) in Bob's scenes.
Anyway--everyone is still sick around here, so I'll quit while I'm ahead and get some writing done LOL.
Help--I am surrounded by the smell of vomit.
And a quick link someone sent me yesterday when they reviewed my blog? Reviewed my blog??? Good job I'd kept my mouth shut over the weekend :)