Posted on April 6, 2009. Filed under: Today's Book Report |

I am on page 250 of The Night Drifter.  I am enjoying this book so much that I have already decided it is a keeper.  I have ordered a hardcover version and then I shall put my paperback on Bookins. 

A plug for Bookins, if I may.  Bookins lets you print free shipping for your books at your printer.  There is no cost to send books out.  And, you only pay a flat fee of about $4 when a book is sent to you off your wish list.  I have minimal problems with the shape books are in when I receive them.  Only once was a book unreceived and I received credit in my account towards that amount. 

Anyhow, can you imagine being a ghost walking around while your body sleeps?  Lance St. Leger has gotten himself into all kinds of trouble doing this because he misled his bride, Rosalind, into thinking his was the ghost of Sir Lancelot of round table and Genvieve fame.  Always with these St. Legers they anticipate telling the truth is going to be so much harder than it is. 

I have just found out that if Lance stays out of his body too long he can become a ghost for real.  I anticipate Lance almost having this happen to him and hopefully Rosalind will be there to save him.  It would be a heck of a way to find out his secret ability to night drift.  Since I am just over half-way, I know a storm is brewing.  Nobody is making a big deal out of the fact that a chunk is missing from the ruby in the hilt of the sword that belongs to the Leger family, but I anticipate this missing chunk is going to cause grief  before all is said and done.

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