This hop is hosted by Billy over at Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer. Every week bloggers answer a question and then visit other blogs that are participating. This week's question is: Have you ever ended up reading a book with its last or last few pages
missing? What book was it? And how did you managed to get to the end?
A: Yes I have. It was the PDF for Catching Fire. I borrowed it from the library and I remember scratching my head and asking myself, "that's how it ends?" It didn't feel right, so I went to the Borders (when it was still around) and grabbed a book. Sure enough, the last four chapters were missing. I reported it to the library and they said that they were going to fix it.
I have also read a book were 100 pages in the middle were put in upside down. It was funny to actually read a book upside down and get strange looks from people passing by.
My dearest Jane, My hand is trembling as I write this letter. My nerves are in tatters and I am so altered that I believe you would not recognise me." Page 56:"I thought our differences had been resolved, at least the differences that matter, those involving our hearts and minds. The others, the difference in our social standing and the opinion of other people, I thought no longer mattered to you, as they have never mattered to me."
I saw this book at a local used bookstore and couldn't help but giggle over the title. I had to give this book a try. So far it's going well. This takes place after Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy get married. I wonder when she'll find out that he's a vampire.