Cannot wait for this week’s Bones
So I guess we will finally get rid of the Gravedigger? But then, it won’t work that easily, of course… Hence the sniper episode.
Reblog if you love Sweets’ fanfgirl moments!
Oh my gosh. I graduate high school and start college this year.
Congrats! I just wanted to reblog this because… Friends & Bones in one place = awesomeness.
Oh, I’m reading Kathy Reichs’ Temperance Brennan series btw.
The first one was Devil Bones, which was the latest one back then. Then I tried her first one, Deja Dead. I am now reading 206 Bones, which was released last year. I ordered Death du Jour, 2nd one in the series and is on the way. I think when I finish with 206 Bones, I will start reading the series in order, starting with Death du Jour.
I can’t believe that these books have received bitter reviews just because it is different from Bones… So what? If you want to read something Bones, maybe you should wait for the novelized books or a spin-off… Kathy Reichs’ Tempe Brennan series was there long before Bones. This is the original. Sure, Tempe is much older, she has a different personality. There is no Jeffersonian, there is no Booth (there is Andrew Ryan, however!), there is no Sweets. But it’s still a good stuff about this forensic anthropologist. Very exciting, scary, witty and intellectual.
I don’t have enough time or motivation to read these books during the semester because… I have so many things to read relating my research and I want to spend my little free time doing something else than reading. But this winter, I decided I would get back to Deja Dead, and guess what. I had only read three chapters in the beginning of the break and I finished the whole book in just a few days. And now I cannot even stop reading 206 Bones. Believe me, these books are good… I am not a native speaker, so I don’t think I understand 100%, but it’s still good. You might get disappointed if you expect Bones and Booth and Jeffersonian, so you should be informed and convinced that it is different, but once you accept that fact, I think you’ll enjoy it.