Some insignificant thoughts

Writing about books and more. 

Dracula - Leonard Wolf, Bram Stoker I don't know if it's because my expectations were high, or if the way of Stoker's narrating didn't suit me, but I found this book extremely boring!
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe - C.S. Lewis The first time I was introduced to the world of Narnia was through the TV series when I was little. After many years and seeing the movies I really wanted to finally read the books! They're truly amazing. Can't wait to read the whole series!!
Remains of the Day - Kazuo Ishiguro Depression mode on.
Bloodsucking Fiends: A Love Story - Christopher Moore I loved Christopher Moore's humourus writing, and the smart dialogs in the book.
But it was quite boring in the beginning, the plot not advancing much, and at the end it was too predictable and simple.
Generally, it was a funny book that I enjoyed reading it.
Deadhouse Gates (Malazan Book of the Fallen, #2) - Steven Erikson The whole book is an alternation between the events on different places and with different characters that are happening simutaneously, but are being affected by each other. It's amazing how complex the storyline gets and how the characters are developed! I loved this book!! Can't wait to read the next books of the series!
Gardens of the Moon  - Steven Erikson Taken from the preface to Gardens Of The Moon dedux, written by Steven Erikson:

"Beginning with Gardens Of The Moon, readers will either hate my stuff or love it. There's no in-between. Naturally, Id rather everybody loved it, but I understand why this will never be the case. These are not lazy books. You can't float through, you just can't. Even more problematic, the first novel begins halfway through a seeming marathon - you either hit the ground running and stay on your feet or you're toast."

It is true that, especially in the first 100 pages, is really confusing. But once you get past those ages (maybe read them twice, as I did) you really start to enjoy it so much that you can't put it down!